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This has been a long time coming. I often get the following request: Tell me about Aperture Lane. It’s been almost six years of building my wedding videography brand and I feel that I only now understand it well enough to not only explain it but to teach my team.  In the early years, I […]

Welcome to Aperture Lane

Behind the scenes

I remember 9 years ago grabbing a ride with Shae from Shae and Evan to our friends’ wedding in Burlington, fresh off an online wedding video crash course with a folded-up shot list in my pocket.  I had no idea what I was doing or getting myself into. In fact, almost 10 years later, I […]

9 years of this crazy ride called Aperture Lane!

Behind the scenes, Videography is Life

Sadly, for South Asian weddings in the Greater Toronto Area in general, next-day edit videos are pretty generic. Remneek wanted something different.

Next-day edit: Nishant & Remneek’s 4-day Hindu wedding at Ascott Park, Vaughan

Hindu weddings, South Asian wedding

Let’s just say that for this wedding, the police had to come and get some guy for stealing the bride’s heart 👀🤪

Here’s a little snapshot of the intimate wedding we shot this past weekend. Though the wedding was small, Chris & Filomena’s Italian and Mexican families brought BIG love and enough heart for 250 people!

Snapshot of Christopher & Filomena’s intimate wedding at The Boulevard Club, Toronto

Micro weddings

And here marks the bitter-sweet finale of K & S’ epic wedding story. If you’ve been with Aperture Lane long enough, you won’t be surprised to hear that I LOVE fusion weddings. We provided photography and videography for our lovely couple. While juggling the restrictions and dodging bad weather, K & S meticulously curated wedding […]

Snapshot of K & S’ Chinese and Hindu wedding fusion

Chinese weddings, South Asian wedding

Should you get an engagement shoot? It can definitely enhance your wedding planning experience but I have some thoughts.

Three reasons to get an engagement shoot

Planning Insight

More isn’t always better. Don’t let quantity necessarily be a determining factor in choosing your photo and video vendors. Let me explain.

More isn’t always better

Planning Insight

I never thought I’d ever have this string of words leave my mouth but here we are:
There are some things to consider when you’re choosing a mask for your wedding day…

4 things to avoid when choosing a mask for your wedding

Planning Insight

Now that you’ve gone through the videos and you know you like the style and you’re like, “I think we’re ready”, I think it’s also important to learn more about the studio, the individual or the team that you want to work with.

Choosing a videographer – Part 4 – Meet the vendors

Planning Insight

I don’t know what anyone else is telling you, but the absolute best way to do “storytelling” is through SOUND.
And because of that, as you browse through choices for videographers, you need to be intentional. Evaluate how they treat, not just speaking throughout the day and music choice, but also the combination of those things.

Choosing a videographer – Part 3 – Sound experience

Planning Insight

Here’s the second part of my extended series on how to choose a videographer. As I was editing this, I noticed I missed a couple of important things in this one like the following:⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀In addition to the visual elements I mentioned in the video, here are a couple of other visual elements to […]

Choosing a videographer – Part 2 – Visual elements

Planning Insight

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