If there’s one piece of wedding advice I could give it would be this: Hire a wedding videographer. There are so many memories to take in on your Big Day, and when it’s all over, you’re going to want to replay it all. Over and over again. I know I did! An experienced wedding videographer can blend into the background and capture your day in a creative, unobtrusive way. Browse through these beautiful wedding videos and you’ll see what I mean! This is part one of four, so we’ve got more coming! Main image: Eden Vale Wedding Films
Mark & Fiona (a husband and wife duo) are a highly sought after multi award winning wedding photography team. The Fennells can also provide their own videographer as part of their team, whom will film your day in an unobtrusive cinematic way. Your wedding film will be cherished for future generations. If you book photography and videography together there is also a discount to avail of.
Richard Finlay is a multi-award-winning wedding videographer. For 14 years, Richard has been one of Ireland’s most sought-after full-time wedding videographers, the favorite choice of celebrities and well known personalities at home and abroad, covering weddings from big to small and everything in between. He was recently chosen by Oscar nominee Naomi Sheridan (daughter of filmmaking legend Jim Sheridan) to film her wedding.
Alan’s style is relaxed yet elegant. He will capture your day in a photojournalistic and cinematic way, mostly unposed and definitely no cheese, with lots of candids and special moments you may otherwise have missed. When you look back on your photographs and films, they will evoke happy memories and take you back to the real feelings of your special day.
The team at Precious Memories has over a decade of experience combined capturing weddings. With their experience, delicacy, and a keen eye for those perfect shots, they’ve become one of the most reputable wedding photography and videography companies in Ireland. They aim for a natural and classic style, full of colour and life.
Carlow Wedding Films is proud to present a wealth of experience in the wedding industry bringing both modern and traditional ideas to the table. With experience and a keen eye for beautiful shots and story telling, Ger has become very popular for his unique style of wedding films.
At Sunset Films, they specialise in producing vibrant and heart-warming cinematic wedding videos, full of emotion, that showcase all the best moments of your wedding day, using cinematic style and seamless editing.
Matt is a professionally trained cameraman with over 20 years videography experience and has worked for broadcasting companies such as the BBC, UTV and Sky. He will provide discrete filming on your wedding day delivered with a highly professional and pleasant attitude. Matt is also a trained video editor ensuring your wedding film is produced to a high quality standard.
After the cake is eaten, the dancing is done & the dress dry cleaned, all that’s truly left of your wedding day are your memories, your wedding rings, your photos & your video. We can’t help with the rings, & unfortunately memories fade, but we can certainly come in handy with the photos & video! Both are a return ticket to one of the happiest days in your life, a journey that as time goes by, becomes simply priceless. We like to add a bit of craic to proceedings – your video from us will be fuuuunnnnnn & light hearted.
Caimin Jacob is a Cinematic Wedding Filmmaker and also the owner of Eden Vale Wedding Films, originally from Co.Clare. Each Film is an opportunity to craft a beautifully woven story about two individuals on the most important day of their lives, about to embark on an even more important journey.
Keith Malone is a videographer / cinematographer with a clear passion for producing top class high end wedding films. His work has been described as both elegant and cinematic in style. Keith’s unobtrusive documentary approach is like a breath of fresh air to people who would describe themselves as being camera shy. It is not unusual for the bridal party and the guests to be blissfully unaware of his presence.