Behind the scenes of a new wedding videography documentary

 Image: TV Presenter & author Pete Goodrum presenting this latest wedding documentary

Image: TV Presenter & author Pete Goodrum presenting this latest wedding documentary

This summer will see the release of a brand new wedding documentary focusing on the rising popularity of wedding videography presented by broadcaster/author Pete Goodrum who has worked with the likes of the BBC & Mustard TV. Let's check it out... 

 Image: On set with makeup artist Stephanie Alexandra - www.stephaniealexandramua.co.uk and model Ebony Reeder

Image: On set with makeup artist Stephanie Alexandra - www.stephaniealexandramua.co.uk and model Ebony Reeder

Hidden in the woods near the wild North Norfolk coast, there is an arts & crafts home with a rock & roll heart - Voewood. Located at Kelling, near Holt, Norfolk, England, it was designed by Edward Schroeder Prior and is a Grade II* listed building. This inspired house is an extremely popular wedding venue and was the backdrop and setting for this latest documentary due out early July. 

 Image: Voewood from above, a beautiful wedding venue hidden in the woods near the North Norfolk Coast which features as the setting for the documentary.

Image: Voewood from above, a beautiful wedding venue hidden in the woods near the North Norfolk Coast which features as the setting for the documentary.

Pete Goodrum explores the recent rise in wedding videography through in depth interviews and research into this latest & emerging trend.  

'It is said… If a picture says a thousand words then a video must be worth a million’ now if that’s anything to go by you can see why videography should be at the top of everyones wedding list!'  ..says Pete

 Image: BTS shot with on trend wedding dress supplied by Maisie May Bridal www.maisiemaybridal.co.uk

Image: BTS shot with on trend wedding dress supplied by Maisie May Bridal www.maisiemaybridal.co.uk

Benjamin from Race Wedding Videography is interviewed and talks about the changes in technology and its restrictions that had previously been imposed on the field of wedding films of yesteryear and how it has changed now in 2018. 

‘It has changed a lot over the years especially in technology and peoples perceptions of what a wedding video can be! Now back in the 1960's - 1990's as an example video technology was very restrictive & limiting in what it could do. You may have found a few enterprising individuals such as someone’s Uncle, would take the family 8mm camera and get landed the task of filming the family wedding. The 1980’s saw the introduction of the first consumer camcorders. The early days of professional wedding videography in the 1990’s were marked still by primitive technology and technique, the equipment produced poor quality images from VHS tapes with poor audio.

Skip forward to now and you have digital 4k cameras, stabilisation equipment for ultra-smooth shots, drones, high quality audio equipment and fantastic post editing equipment and software. So now it is more creative than just documentation!' Benjamin from Race Wedding Videography

 Image: Norwich based wedding videographer Benjamin chats with presenter Pete Goodrum at Voewood on the rising popularity of wedding videography.

Image: Norwich based wedding videographer Benjamin chats with presenter Pete Goodrum at Voewood on the rising popularity of wedding videography.