Sometimes wedding videography can present itself with some challenges, we all like and hope for a wedding with blue skies and sunshine, from a wedding videographers point of view this can be a challenge. A few white fluffy clouds makes for less harsh shadows and can be more creative. Amy and Christopher’s day started out with the weather all brides hope for but this all changed just as Amy arrived. As the wedding cars pulled up at the church those white fluffy clouds turned to a rather dark shade of gray and in no time at all the heavens opened. Luckily the wedding car company had plenty of umbrellas at hand to keep Amy dry as she and her bridal party made their way down to the church. The rain didn’t stop us capturing some lovely images and here are the best bits:
Wedding videography at the reception Venue
We followed the bridal party from the church in Darton to Bagden Hall near Wakefield. With acres of beautiful grounds, Bagden Hall is the perfect West Yorkshire wedding venue and makes a great backdrop for wedding videography.
Located not far from Huddersfield, yet set in 40 acres of stunning grounds and commanding views over the Yorkshire Dales, Bagden Hall is ideal for couples seeking a location that has many opportunities for both wedding videography and photography.
Drone aerial filming of your wedding venue
A&G Productions captures some stunning video of your wedding venue with our Drone, these images are used to showcase your venue and are added to your video to give it the WOW factor. All our drone work is carried out with the full permission from the CAA and with all the necessary insurance in place. When hiring a wedding videographer to do any drone work please make sure they have what is known as “PFCO” or permission for commercial operations, this used to be called permission for aerial work. Always ask your wedding videographer if they have this permission.