This past weekend I had the amazing opportunity to film a marriage proposal. While we have never been asked to do this in 5 years, I was super excited to get this special day on video for this lovely couple. When Henry took Fei to Brenner's On The Bayou for their 2 year anniversary, Fei had no idea what he had planned. After excusing himself for a moment, Henry made sure all preparations were set in place at the downstairs gazebo where he would get to his knee and propose to the girl of his dreams.
"He makes me feel perfect. You know just... perfect" as Fei said after saying YES!!
Congratulations you two and may the road of life be a long en joyful one!
You can see the full video here at https://vimeo.com/140623610
I was asked by a fellow photographer who worked with me a little over a year ago if i would be interested in a special project for her local community. Of course we are always up for anything but this one seemed different, i just didn't know it yet. When originally asked, I was only requested as a freelancer to film the video and hand off the footage to the photographer so she could edit it herself and help keep costs down as low as possible. I do these all the time so i did not have a problem with is but something struck me odd. The photographer told me she was going to film the interview questions herself! So when asked what audio equipment she will be using (when responding with none) i just had to step up and fill in the extra time and film everything to ensure the highest quality video (what is video without audio?).
After the 2 hours filming was complete i went home to package everything up and still something felt wrong with this shoot. I had so much fun filming this shoot that i did not want to hand it off myself, so instead offered to edit it myself. The owners were ecstatic as well as the photographer (i was taking a huge wight off her shoulders since she does not do video at all). After a good 3-4 hours the below video was our final result and i could not be happier with the results!
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