An Important Message for Future Wedding Clients

October 02, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
This year has shaped up to be the busiest and most successful in Lightcraft’s history. Not only has the wedding season been busier than ever, but I’ve also had two different television commercials broadcast on big networks this year, and we won Best Wedding Videography on the Detroit A-List. Not much to complain about here. Other than the java menu not working right, but that’s not gone unnoticed, and I’m sorry for the way it looks. It should be fixed up soon enough. Or, knowing my luck, just in time for the new website launch later this year, haha.
 
On another note, I did find this gem of a news piece on Vimeo, and wanted to share it with any potential clients who are thinking of investing in a Lightcraft Wedding Film as part of their special day. In a nutshell, I cannot stress the importance of this video enough: In your wedding invitations and programs, encourage an “unplugged wedding.” Meaning, ask your guests to keep their cameras and cell phones away from your special events. That’s what the professionals you hired are there for.
 
You might think, “hey, what’s the harm?” Just take a look and see for yourself.
 

Don’t be that guy from Love Genre Films on Vimeo.
Don’t be that guy is a weekly segment Sabrina Rodriguez produces at KTXL FOX40. It examines social pet peeves. I always thought cell phones and weddings would be a perfect idea for the segment. I pitched the idea to Sabrina, provided the footage and she worked her magic.

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