For Love's Sake Rotterdam // LINE-UP WILL BE ANNOUNCED FROM THE 1st OF NOVEMBER 17 — 18 April 2018 Rotterdam, Netherlands
WEDDING CINEMATOGRPHY WORKSHOP 24 — 25 March 2018 Düsseldorf, Germany
The Everlasting Journey - Wedding Cinematography Workshop by Gione da Silva 20 — 21 March 2018 Ipswich, United Kingdom
Caldera Workshop 7-10 May 2018 3 January 2018 Santorini, Greece
For Love's Sake Barcelona // Alejandro Calore (Real N Short/ITA) + Pui-Yuk & Remi (Maru Films/NL) + Riccardo Fasoli (Kreativ Wedding/GER) + Stam & George (With Heart Films/GRE) + Steph Bubble (We Are Bubblerock/NZA) 3 — 4 October 2017 Barcelona, Spain
Maru Films – Mid season workshop // 21-22 June 21 — 22 June 2017 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Cristi Coman WORKSHOP WEDDING CINEMATOGRAPHY 6 — 7 June 2017 Pitesti, Romania
For Love's Sake // Speakers at this event will be: Tim Twinem (Velare/USA) + Riccardo Fasoli (Kreativ Wedding/GER) + Philip White (UK) + Ian Badenhorst (Vision on Fire/SAF) 18 — 19 April 2017 Rotterdam, Netherlands
WEVA Award 15 January — 27 February 2017 The whole world
Sony Universe Master the Future of Imaging 24 — 25 February 2017 Salt Lake City, UT, United States
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Elena CH Photo & Video from Madrid, Spain
Sometimes I work alone and in others weddings I work with several videographers of my team. It is depending of each wedding. I work in Elena CH Photo & Video, It is our company and we have a special style in the retouching of the video and also of the photography, showing bright colors and true emotions. That is our motto
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Panos Karachristos from Athens, Greece
I am not working alone. I am in charge of a team, with two photographers and one assistant cinematographer, in order to fulfil any filming needs. Same way goes our editing process, in which my assistants do the first stages of editing, while I do the final touches.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Tu Nguyen from Cologne, Germany
We ( Tu & Tara) are destination wedding photographer & videographer duo who live in Germany but shoot weddings mostly in other parts of Europe: Greece, Italy, Spain, France.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Giuseppe Vitulli from Larino, Italy
I usually work alone, sometimes I work with professional videomakers.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Tapio Ranta from Helsinki, Finland
I usually work alone, but I also have assistants and second cameramen when needed. Sometimes especially in church I use an assistant. I also do a lot of corporate videos and event videos as well.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Logic FreeMind from Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ever since I started doing this job I've been working in team with at least one more person. In my country it's hard to keep a fixed team, because of the moving trend to other countries that took of lately. So from 5 people that I worked up until now, some already left and some are also planning to go. So this year, mainly it was just the two of us. I am one of the founders and by now the only owner of Lookman film and I would dare to say that we are one of the pioneers in our region when it comes to modern shooting and editing wedding videos.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Petr Novak – perkypugweddings.com from Prague, Czech Republic
I'm working alone as videographer, but I have team for photography, make-up & hairstyling. From time to time we are realizing wedding editorials across the Europe, currently we have been in Austria and Slovenia.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Tenguerengue Wedding from Logroño, Spain
We are a team of 3 people, specialists in photography and wedding film.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Carlos van Oostrum from Rotterdam, Netherlands
Hi I am Carlos, filmmaker at BruidBeeld and co-founder of the event For Love’s Sake. We are making wedding films for 6 years now. It all started with a friend who asked us (me and Eelke) to film his wedding. After several time declining these type of events, because we had the idea wedding films were boring, non creative, not sexy and no fun at all, we said yes to this friend of mine. And guess what? Besides that the film was the worst I ever made, it was the best thing I ever did up until then. The gratitude, the freedom, the fun we had. So we decided to found BruidBeeld…and from there it all started. Nowadays we work with 2 teams, Eelke as head of one and myself as head of one. It felt like a waste of talent to just use 75% of your own shots and let the other make all the safety shots and vice versa.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Atheaton Films from Chania, Greece
Atheaton is a small team composed by 4 people. Me, 1 camera operator, 1 assistant editor, 1 producer. But we involve up to 8 people in some projects. Exchange of ideas, hard work and lots – lots - lots of fun is key for such a collaborative task as filmmaking.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Andrea Spinelli from Como, Italy
My father, photographer-edge and innovative for its time, sent me since I was little passion for photography and art. After following several courses in photography and photo editing, however, I realized that my true passion were so images, but those on the go! And so it was that I knew what I was going to be great ..... The videos.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Nelson Coelho from Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Nelson Coelho was born 07 August 1985 in Lisbon/Portugal, but grew up and lived much of his life in Terras de Bouro, Braga, Portugal. From a very early age that the video you raised a lot of interest and with only 12 years of age, the camera was, without any shadow of a doubt, his greatest passion. The fact that you have a cousin videografo (Carlos Coelho) facilitated the Nelson Coelho the opportunity to participate and cooperate in wedding videos since that time and with all the talent that is peculiar and recognized. Is a partner at no. 490 of APPImagem and, as a professional who is and inspired and motivated by a constant desire to learn and develop the technical participated in up to the moment in various formations in the context of the video, such as seminars and workshops, in Portugal (Annual Seminar of the APPImagem), Barcelona (RecVolution), Malaga (Bodaf) Forum of Photographers (Seville). 4 years ago decided to go to live in Luxembourg, since they hoped for new challenges and opportunities as a videographer and because he believed that it was time to give the getting to know your job and do it to expand beyond the borders. I was mistaken, and with only 4 years to reside in Luxembourg, this young, humble, has been recognized by the press of that country for their participation in exhibitions/fairs and wedding videos in different contexts. As a videographer has already done the work in the context of advertising, participated in the work for the RTP international workshop in Italia... But are the wedding videos to your brand image and its source of inspiration, motivation and dedication. And this is reflected in their videos, recognized by many as a work of excellence. Won the Best Film award of Marriage, in the category of Best Film of the Foreign Marriage, in the first Festival of Short Film, Movies Wedding, held in Madrid-Spain. Nelson Coelho gives lecture to 250 professionals in Portugal, was this year invited the first time by the Portuguese Association of Professional Image (APPI) as speaker of the ExpoFoto 2015. "For me, Nelson Rabbit is the best. He has won the prize behind the premium and in addition to being very good at the technique, puts a lot of emotion in the work. For this reason it is the guest," explained the president of the APPI, Mark Pinto.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Bojan Mitkovski from Bitola, Macedonia
I’m Bojan Mitkovski from Bitola, Macedonia. For 10 Years, together with my brother Dalibor Mitkovski, we successfully built the brand ZAGA Production. Zaga Production is studio that cover Cinematography and Photography, it has plenty of employees in the high season-summer, when we can film 4 Weddings in one day. We mostly do Weddings, but we also cover public events, Music Videos, TV Add’s etc.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Hristo Lazarov from Sofia, Bulgaria
My studio by Haldigital97 team composed by 3 + people, but we involve up to 6 -8 people in some projects. Haldigital97 and is established in 1997 We always work with the best filmmaker, so as to have the best film ever. The team of Haldigital97 proves its creativity every day and during the years we have created our own style of work which is appreciated by our colleagues all around the world. HALDIGITAL97 is a member of the European Event Videographers Association (WEVA). We are based in Bulgaria but we are shooting and working all over the globe. We have ultramodern Steadicam Camera Stabilizing Systems, video cranes, sliders, cinema lenses, Slider Air Video Shooting, and that’s because of our customers, so as to have the best of us, and the vision of the film to be like a movie. Canon cinema C300 MarkII, Canon cinema C100 MarkII, Canon 1DX MarkII, Sony A7SII, Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K and Canon Cinema lens and XEEN Cinema lens canon mount - Full set prime.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Victor Manuel Rodriguez Argibay from Cadiz, Spain
FOTO VIDEO VICTOR consists of my father, my sister and I, basically, although sometimes someone helps carry the equipment I need. We are a modest study, but we love doing things right. More and more professionals know us and I think they like our work.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Leoš Brabec from Prague, Czech Republic
The Primetime team is based on my work and the work of my assistants. Some of them help me to shoot at the weddings and some of them help me with the editing. On the wedding day we normally shoot in a team of two or three people.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Yulia Vopilova from Moscow, Russia
Frankly speaking I am not quite sure that it is possible to reach a desirable high level, shooting video alone. Due to certain circumstances I had to work without any team or to have first time shooting video with a new colleague (I would say it is merely the same). That is why I truly appreciate people being my permanent colleagues for the last couple of years. With these people you do not need any intercom because all shooting processes are already debugged, clear and brought to automatism. Some one or two gestures may intelligibly explain that my camera battery is low or it is necessary to check sound record level and change lenses. This feeling of calmness and confidence in my team gives me an opportunity to do my job with pleasure. To my mind it is a guarantee of a good result.
WEVA interview with wedding videographer Timotei Jinar from Bucharest, Romania
I grew up in a small city named Sebes and after I finished high school I've started working in a small studio while in college. After 3 years of working and studying I graduated computer science and headed for Cluj Napoca enrolling to a new school, the University of Art and Design where i planned to study photography and video. After two years I found my self working hard in the states to buy some filming tools and as soon as I came back in my country I started shooting weddings with two of my friends! It's been almost three years now since i've shot my first wedding alone on a DSLR, now we are a happy team that has a lot of fun working together trying to learn more and more. For now I work at home with one of my colleague. I never dreamed of being a wedding videographer but now that I do it I like this! The first weddings that I shot more than 7 years ago while working at that small studio and as well acting in some music videos and commercials for a friend of mine, Eduard Schneider, turned a switch in me and I said to my self I want to do this and do it the best I can! And God helped me until now and I think He gave me this talent and He will still help me do this better and learn more!