Wedding Video - Pro Video UK

daz4421@icloud.com 07766 754944

Pro Video UK are wedding video specialist.  We can offer wedding video in Newbury and Wedding Video in Berkshire.

Not only can we film your wedding we also offer a service where you can film your own wedding and we edit all the footage to make a great film.

info@provideouk.co.uk 07766 754944

 

 

Wedding Video

Wedding Films

We now produce a 5 minute highlight film set to music filmed in shallow depth of field look for the “Cinematic Journey”. We use the time hop effect in the editing to help make the film more interesting and beautiful.

Only £550.00 no hidden extras.

Many years of wedding video experience we have now “tuned” our offerings to the most popular and pocket friendly Wedding video.

Not everybody has thousands to spend after all the wedding days cost enough so we have made a cost friendly way for you to get this done.

Filmed in 4k and with a instagram shallow depth of field look you will hardly notice we are there with our small camera. Don’t let the day get away without having a nice film.

We still have some dates available for this year and taking 2020 bookings of course, contact us now and let’s get this day filmed.

We only record bride prep at a civil weddings venue not at Brides house , this price is 90 mins before the service and takes us up to the first dance or before 9pm

What date do you have in mind ? Please email me the dates and location and lets see what we can do. Its not too late, contact us.

daz4421@me.com 07766 754944

Below is an example of the style, pretty good huh !

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Wedding Video Streaming Live Streaming your Wedding

Its all fairly exciting but we can now live video stream your Wedding day.

So some of your friends and family can't make it to your wedding? No problem. Broadcast and share your special moment live online with friends and family from anywhere in the world! 

We have simplified the process to stream your wedding and give an amazing TV quality watching experience,

We have been filming Weddings for many years now, and over those years the internet connections have been very slow. But now almost all venues have super fast broadband allowing us to connect and stream your wedding day.

We can live stream the service and also the speeches if you wish. Juts imagine all your friends and family all over the world watching your amazing day !

For more information on how we can Web Stream Your wedding day please get in touch ASAP

We work all over the UK

https://vimeo.com/348213651

daz4421@icloud.com

https://www.provideo-uk.com

07766 754944

Wedding Video Berkshire

Wedding Video Berkshire

We were recently lucky  enough to create a wedding video for our friends at the Donnington Grove Hotel and Country Club Newbury berkshire. 

We produce films that are at bit different. A Bit special... a story rather than a documentary. We believe that times have changed since the 1980s style of filming with 2 hours of video to watch and with everybody doing wedding videos we had to use or skills to be more creative and be better.  

Our videos are circa 5 to 7 minutes and unfold the story in a different way. A more emotive and powerfully way.  Delivery is HD on a USB rather than SD on DVD. This means sharing your film is much easier and no additional cost and the quality is insane.

Our  new style of film has finished production and we will soon be starting post production at the studio, when we have finished the film we will post online as we are very proud of our work. 

Darren 

 

  

Wedding Photography

Wedding photography is as important as wedding Videography. Both very important wedding services.  One of my favourite wedding photographers is  Annabel Farley at www.annabelfarleyphotography.co.uk

Below is the statement from Annabel about her passion for photography.  We work closely with Annabel, we work with her purely because how good she is. 

Wedding Photography Berkshire

My love affair with photography started when I was very young, my parents had a box full of old family photos.  These curling, treasured images held memories.  Some were taken by my grandad on his old Brownie.   They showed me people and places that I’d never know or would never meet again.   And every now and then,  I'd escape to be with these people and step right into the past. That’s what makes photography so special, it’s a way of creating memories that you’ll have for the rest of your life. Memories are precious, special moments that slip through our hands all too easily. Being able to capture them before they’re lost is why I’m a photographer.

If I put my super practical hat on I can easily provide you with a list of the skills that led me to photography.  In C.V. speak; I’m a highly motivated individual who’s happy working with others as I am alone. But as I’m a photographer, I don't have to do that any more. So, instead I’ll say that I’m, quite simply, a people person.  I'm very interested in people.   I'm also highly visual, always ‘looking’.  Taking in what’s around me from surroundings to emotions and little details.  It’s fair to say that not much escapes my eye!

I wholeheartedly believe in love, celebrating family and love is one of the best things in life. Being part of these occasions could never be considered work. It’s a joy and a privilege. I’ve found my passion and believe it’s my true vocation.

My photographic style reflects my personality; artistic and romantic.  Being a huge fan of the great outdoors, I love to work with nature and the seasons, featuring carpets of bluebells and summer meadows as my backdrops.

I've been lucky enough to enjoy this vocation for over 6 years, so you are in good hands. I am a full time wedding photographer, shooting over 250 weddings during this time.  And I'm very proud to be a preferred supplier at six local venues: Ufton Court, Elcot Park hotel, Newbury racecourse, Donnington Valley hotel, Barn at Avington and the Regency Park hotel.

My work has been published on the front cover of wedding magazines and featured in wedding blogs.  I have also received a highly commended accolade by the SWPP (Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers) and was a VIP Guest of Canon Cameras at London Fashion Weekend at the Saatchi Gallery, Chelsea.

So feel free to contact Annabel and tell her Darren from Pro Video UK sent you !  Hopefully we can all work together !

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Wedding Video Season in full swing !

With the Wedding season in full swing, we are pleased to announce we still have some spare dates available . Its not too late for 2018 get in touch with us and lets us film your day !

We have filmed at some great locations already, Donnington Grove Newbury, Donnington Valley Hotel Newbury, Elcot Park Hotel,  Ufton Court, and a few amazing venues in Windsor, Bracknell Forest area. Last weekend one in Hungerford. 

I think we have all be lucky with weather as its been scorching, although we did have one bride who fainted  so please keep well hydrated with water. ( yes i was filming her at the time too ) 

We are of course booking Summer 2018 as well as your Winter weddings, and booking are coming in for 2019 and 2020

Contact Pro Video UK  today !  daz4421@me.com    07766 754944

 

 

 

 

 

We have simplified our offerings to help you choose.

Cinematic Video specialist

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We have simplified our offerings to help you choose.

Packages

Option 1 £ please contact us for price

Includes

5 to 6 min cinematic highlight video

All the service as separate chapter

All the Speeches as separate chapter

Cake & First dance as separate chapter

Option 2 please contact us for price

Includes

10 to 15 min cinematic highlight video

All service as a separate chapter

All Speeches as a separate chapter

Cake & First dance as separate chapter

 

Extras

 

Bride prep if not at the venue £POA

Party / Dancing for 1-hour stay £POA

Delivered as

Full HD USB with menus in a presentation case

Downloadable link of the file

As we use licensed music permissions to share online

To save you cost we grant permissions to clip the USB yourselves

Nice simple packages with no gimmicks just high-quality videos

https://www.provideo-uk.com 07766 754944

5 ways to help your Wedding Videographer

 

This is a blog-post from us, the videographers of the industry, to you, the soon-to-be brides and grooms of future weddings. I know you’re busy planning your big day right now, and the last thing you want to do is read yet another list (I’m sure you’re making enough of your own as it is). But honestly, what’s the point in all that planning and all that money if your Wedding Film doesn’t have any speeches because your videographer missed them?

What’s the point in writing those custom vows if your faces aren’t visible in the ceremony? So please, take note of our advice, and give your videographer the best chance possible of making your Wedding Film fantastic!

1) Tell us EVERYTHING

We’ve all heard the old adage: fail to prepare, prepare to fail. Well, I cannot stress this enough: a prepared videographer is a good videographer. There is nothing worse than filming the speeches at a wedding, and then having somebody decide to deliver an impromptu speech – chances are, if we didn’t know about it, we didn’t put a microphone on them so they’re going to sound really bad in your film. Likewise, don’t give your partner a surprise gift/stage a surprise dance without letting us know beforehand so that we can capture their reaction for you! The more we know, the better prepared we can be, and the better your film will be. The best rule to follow is: if in doubt, tell the videographer!

 

2) Keep us informed throughout the day

I know quite often videographers are almost invisible – you don’t notice us capturing those intimate moments, and that’s the way it should be! But please don’t forget about us – when you’re going to cut your cake, just give us a heads up so that we can get cameras set up. Tell the DJ to wait for our nod before cuing your Ed-Sheeran-first-dance-medley. It’s likely we’ll want to have more than one camera set up for these important moments, so that we can cut between different angles in your film (and so that, if something goes wrong, there’s a back-up capturing those cherished memories). Additionally, if you’re going off with the photographer for some shots, it would be great to let us know, too. Sometimes the photographer forgets because they’re so focussed on getting some beautiful photos of you in beautiful settings, which is absolutely fine by us. But chances are, you’ll want those beautiful shots in beautiful settings in your film too, so just give us a heads up. Maybe the photographer wants 15 minutes alone with you – that’s cool! All we ask is that we get some time alone with you, too.

3) Get ready by a window

Whether you’re a bride or a groom, getting ready by a window is crucial. I’m sure your photographer will agree that this just gives us so much more to work with in terms of light. Artificial light is really yellow and makes the colour of your skin and EVERYTHING ELSE look weird and unappealing. Natural light, on the other hand, is both flattering and true to real-life colours.

Ladies, when your make-up artist arrives, chances are they’ll sit you by a window (after all, it makes sense for them to have loads of light too in order to work their magic). If they don’t, maybe try and suggest moving. Some make-up artists will bring their own lights, and will prefer to work in front of them than in front of a window, and that’s okay! Any worthwhile videographer will be able to work in artificially lit conditions – all we’re talking about here is how to foster the ideal conditions for the best Wedding Film your videographer can produce.

 

Gents, chances are your videographer will spend less time with you when getting ready, simply because it doesn’t take as long for you to get ready, and there are only really a few shots we want to get. For example, a shot of you (or your father/best man) doing up your tie is always great, as is a shot of you putting on cufflinks and tying your shoelaces. These can be relatively mundane shots in a dimly lit hotel room. But stand by a window, and we can position you such that there are all kinds of interesting shadows occurring, and it’ll just make the shot much more interesting and appealing. Plus, there’s scope for silhouette shots!

 

4) Turn to face each other in the aisle

During your ceremony, the officiant will, at some point, ask you to turn and face each other. This is usually for the vows and the ring exchange. Please please please turn fully. A lot of videographers like to get a shot down the aisle (it’s a really beautiful shot because of the symmetry and because it captures both your faces at the same time). But if you don’t turn to face each other all the way, so that you’re kind of diagonal, we end up getting more of the back of your head than your faces, and nobody wants us to miss the part where you start blubbering into your own veil/pocket square. So turn to face each other head-on, so that your officiant is on one side, and your guests on the other, gaze into each other’s eyes and let us capture the magic!

 

5) Don’t try and hold back your emotions

Speaking of blubbering, please don’t try to hold back your emotions. This one applies to men more than women; because of the whole ‘man up’ thing, we’ve found that men are generally reluctant to let their emotions show.

When they see their significant other gliding down the aisle, radiating beauty, a lot of men do want to cry, but only a courageous few let that happen. The rest of you try to bottle it up, which results in some of the strangest faces you will ever pull (which isn’t ideal on what is potentially the only day you’ll ever have a professional camera trained on your face). So don’t bottle it up… let it all out and cry like there’s nobody watching – it will make your Wedding Film ten times better. Plus, it’s a fact that the sight of a man crying is more likely to set somebody else off than the sight of a woman crying; so chances are that, once you start, someone else in that room will join in before long (and, if they’re anything like me, it may well be your videographer).

 

So there you have it – 5 ways you can help your Wedding Videographer to make your film the best that it can be. Again, these aren’t essential, and they won’t ruin your film if you neglect to follow them, but they will help to foster the ideal conditions for your videographer to work his magic and make you a fantastic Wedding Film that you’ll be proud to show family and friends for the rest of your lives

 

Our new packages and price list can be found here https://www.provideo-uk.com

Wedding Video Newbury

A  recent frame export from one of our latest wedding films .

We were recently lucky  enough to create a wedding video for our friends at the Donnington Grove Hotel and Country Club Newbury berkshire. 

We produce films that are at bit different. A Bit special... a story rather than a documentary. We believe that times have changed since the 1980s style of filming with 2 hours of video to watch and with everybody doing wedding videos we had to use or skills to be more creative and be better.  

Our videos are circa 5 to 7 minutes and unfold the story in a different way. A more emotive and powerfully way.  Delivery is HD on a USB rather than SD on DVD. This means sharing your film is much easier and no additional cost and the quality is insane.

Our  new style of film has finished production and we will soon be starting post production at the studio, when we have finished the film we will post online as we are very proud of our work. 

Darren 

 

  

Its Nice to help others...

We here at Pro Video UK we believe that life is about helping people.

Yesterday I decided to help my 13 year old niece to try and get along in life. She has always had an interest in photography so yesterday i bought her a used Canon 50d kit & i gave her an intensive training day, theory in the morning and practical in the afternoon.

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