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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

Super short post today: Today marks 7 years lugging my camera bag and stick (monopod) to every event and shoot as Aperture Lane! 🎉🎊⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀I’m not gonna lie: Year 7 sucked (thanks, COVID…) … but it’s that “suckage” that I’m sure God will use to give me the perspective to appreciate the silver lining […]

Today Aperture Lane turns… 🎉

Behind the scenes, Videography is Life

In an industry where most of the popular imagery in magazines, social platforms, and influential personalities is white, I can sometimes feel out of place as a professional who is a visual minority. In light of the blackout Tuesday conversations happening, I’d love to briefly share my experience here.

My experience as a black wedding professional in Toronto

Behind the scenes, Videography is Life

Planning your wedding can be a daunting process – whether you’re a planner or not; it tests your organizational skills, your time management, your taste in fashion and also your patience with your spouse (to-be). There’s no course on how to choose a wedding videographer. In fact, most people have never booked an event vendor […]

How to choose a wedding videographer

Planning Insight

This is definitely one of the most epic Aperture Lane wedding films to date. I mean we had no choice; when the groom enters on a horse, the couple commits epic wedding vows, we have a reception full of surprises and we almost die in the heat to capture it all, I saw no other […]

Prasan & Katie’s Hindu and Chinese wedding fusion at Royal Ambassador, Caledon

Toronto Weddings

What do a maritimer, Southern Ontario and The Rockies have in common? This will be more obvious when you check out Marc & Alli’s film Shout-outs to this amazing couple for not only inviting us into their lives on the occasion of their wedding, but for also allowing us to tell our our story through […]

Marc & Alli’s intimate wedding at The Doctor’s House, Vaughan

Toronto Weddings

“Beautiful things happen when we step out of our comfort zone”. Yan and Carolyn would not have met each other had it not been for their individual leaps of faith to get into occupational therapy. They then failed to resist love’s calling and, as a result, started along the best journey of their lives. Here’s […]

Yan & Carolyn’s wedding at Parkview Manor

Toronto Weddings

Join the crew as we film a wedding… Aperture Lane style! It’s a wedding ride-along! Check out Ryan’s personal vlog for the video! Big shout-outs to my couple, Marc and Alli, for being cool with being in the vlog! Also, big shout-out to team AL for making this happen! ​Here’s the sneak peek I mentioned […]

Wedding Ride-Along with Ryan and the crew

Behind the scenes, Creative Projects, Videography is Life

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