Chapter Five: Moving Pictures

2 March 2008 at 5:43 pm | Posted in Partners, Videographer | 1 Comment
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[She Writes] 

During a stage of cluelessness, when the glistening marquise had yet to settle comfortably on my left ring finger, I was set on alloting a major chunk of our wedding investment to photography.  And practically none for videography.  (Insert loud cries of disbelief here.)

At the time, a video, to me, was a mere documentation of the events that transpired, to be used only for future reference, or maybe never at all.

That was, until I came across Jason Magbanua| www.jasonmagbanua.com

I was introduced to the concept called “On-site Video” or what many are now coining “Same Day Edit.” For days, I watched AVP after AVP of weddings of couples who were strangers to me.  And yet each video either moved me to tears or made me cry with delight.  My Mom thought I had gone insane.

At this point, I had entered a stage that was entirely aware of the beauty and importance of wedding videography.

Soon, I was hungry for more on-site videos.  I googled away for “filipino wedding videos.”  None could hold my attention the way Jason’s were able to.  Except for those of THREELOGY DIGITAL VIDEO| http://threelogyvideo.com

Their style was similar to Jason’s.  But it was different somehow, in tone and mood.  Threelogy’s works seemed so much fun and playful, and as expected, my fiance was more drawn to their videos.  So was I.

Threelogy

I first met with Jon, who seemed like the quiet type but wasn’t.  He was very accommodating and didn’t mind that I had a lot of questions.

The next time, I spoke with CJ who was hilarious on the phone, and even funnier in person.  Lucky for me, Bong and Jon were there too, and I was able to witness first-hand just how much fun it was to be with all three of them.  Add to that, they’re also good friends with Dino Lara and his team.

Third time’s a charm, as I finally made my reservation with Jen and May at a bridal fair.  Jen and May are also a riot.  It’s like there’s a requirement to be funny to be part of their company.

Even after having made the reservation, I still visit or get in touch with them, just because.  I’m looking forward to our wedding, not only because I’ll be marrying the man I wish to spend the rest of my life with (although that’s the main reason), but also for the fun time I’m sure we will have because of our wedding partners.

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  1. hi! 🙂
    You’ve made the right decision. And were lucky to have you as our client/ friend/ b2b hahaha.
    Believe me, we will not be this KULET if Ure not KULET urself.

    Excited na ko sa wedding mo gurl!


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