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At Portobello Films wedding videography, we make unique, personal, handcrafted, modern wedding videos. Filmed and edited by discreet broadcast professionals. Based in London, we supply personalised packages to our customers from all over the UK. Portobello Films is part of television and film production and services company Future Farm Productions Ltd.
Hi to everybody who was lucky enough to attend Janine and Mark's church wedding in Surrey. We hope that our wedding videography with video highlights and photos taken from the original HD footage. Reminds everybody what a truly wonderful day it was The wedding ceremony was held at St Nicolas Church Thames Ditton Surrey KT7 0QQ -- St Nicolas has quite the most remarkable history. A grade I listed building with records going back to the early 12th century, a Norman font dated circa 1200 and evidence that a Reverend "William" was the vicar of St Nicolas in 1179. Since those early days the church has had several changes during 14th, 15th, 17th and 19th centuries. Yet the tower walls and the northern wall of the presbytery are still remain the original Norman. Extraordinary to think that prospective couples have been marrying in the same space for well over 800 years
Our wedding videographers equipment used for filming Janine and Mark's wedding video: a Sony HVR Z7 camera combined with a Manfrotto 501 fluid head and Vinten 525 tripod. Enabling our wedding videographer to remain unobtrusive thanks to the compact nature of the of the Sony HVR Z7 camera. (Weighing only 2.5kg and measuring just 44cm in length.) Yet being capable of capturing sophisticated panning shots and manual pull focus shoots. Thanks to the excellent tripod components providing stability and portability with the carbon fibre legs. Audio as always was just as important as the image. With a brief of no radio mics we used a Senheiser MKH 414 for the camera and a Sennheiser SPK transmitter attached to a Sennheiser K6 ME66