Wedding Cinematography by Bruce Cullen Reviewed by G.E. Masana on Aug 12Rating:
Bruce Cullen actually puts thought, talent and heart into the videos he makes. I can tell.
You can see it in the little moments he films and weaves into his finished wedding videos.
It would be real easy just to let a camera record what’s happening in front of it. And then just let it play.
It’s quite another thing to actively find what should be in front of it. And film that.
And then edit it all together in a way which never lags. That keeps you fascinated. Keeps you watching for what comes next.
When you speak to Bruce he’ll tell you how his videos look fluid because of his Steadicam system and how it makes his camera float to capture a fluid image of action. How it makes you feel you’re right in the middle of all the action.
How it’s the same technique as used in Hollywood films and live shows and concerts. How it’s used to produce shows such as “American Idol” and “Dancing With The Stars.”
He’ll tell you the Steadicam gets the best shots. And all that may be true, but…
He’s being modest. Because it’s Bruce and his Dream Images team behind the camera who get the best shots.
Using a Steadicam, sure enough, yes, okay… but doing so with all their heart, thought and talent.
You can check out some of Bruce’s videos right here:
**G.E. Masana (portrait artist and Huffington Post contributer) As Seen In HUFFINGTON POST | MARTHA STEWART WEDDINGS | THE KNOT | NEW YORK MAGAZINE | BRIDAL GUIDE | BRIDES | STYLE ME PRETTY | ELEGANT BRIDE | GRACE ORMONDE | WELLWED | TOWN&COUNTRY **