Adrian and Tenn-lai's passion for each other led them to sunny Runaway Bay in Jamaica for their destination wedding. The attendance was quite a testament to the strong and supportive community around them as 120 people attended, with only a very small percentage hailing from the locales. As my first destination wedding shoot outside of Canada, I was naturally very jittery. There would be a few extra steps in making the video come to life, including more travel arrangements and basically travelling light BUT, at the same time, bringing everything I would need (no photo/video rentals where I was going!) - and all this without one of my trusted shooting partners.
We presented our first Aperture Lane Next-day Edit for Shehan & Haseena's wedding this past spring. It was quite the rollercoaster ride but we made it happen! For those of you who are not current with the lingo, the "Next-Day Edit" is a film that we present on the day after the event itself was shot. You'll typically find this kind of video at events (especially weddings) that span over multiple days. Wedding couples in particular like to have a Next-Day edit to help guests absent from the previous day(s) to understand what they missed and feel more involved.
Ryan Walters, the founder and operator of Aperture Lane. Look forward to sharing great stories with you!