One of my highlight wedding films from the start of the summer was a mulranny wedding with the ceremony taking place in Breaffy Church. I started the day a few hours before the ceremony at Jens house in Castlebar, and it was a nice new house with lots of space, white walls and lots of windows, which is a dream for a wedding videographer as there is lots of light and space to get all the nice creative shots that a wedding filmmaker craves!
Onto Breaffy Church and again, a lovely church with lots of space and light to set up and film in a discrete manner. After the formalities of signing the register, walking up the aisle and greeting the guests outside the church, we stopped off at a forest on the way to mulranny for the photoshoot with talented photographer Ciaran of Abaca Photography. I like to shoot in woodland most of all because I like the greens and the light and it's always great working with Ciaran as we get on well and have a similar working style of discreet and natural.
It's always nice to film at Mulranny Park Hotel and seeing Asta the head co-ordinator who is always accommodating and friendly. I did my usual rounds of shooting some nice detail shots of the room and cake etc, then filming the guests enjoying their mulranny wedding at reception.
One of the big enquiries I have been getting as a wedding videographer the past six months or so has been about drone footage so I finally bit the bullet and bought one and, although it was one of my first few times flying it, managed to get a nice shot of Mulranny during dinner break!
After speeches and the first dance the day was done and it was back to westport to start editing the latest wedding film. If you like this video you can check out some more at my video page, see my prices and packages, or contact me for more information.