Photo/video coverage is very important to us. After everything is done with our wedding, the only memories that will stay are those moments captured in film. Our main requirement is for our photogs to be able to capture as much candid moments as possible with an edgy touch. We hate mushy poses and would want more wacky shots hehehe! Traditional wedding photography is not really our thing.
During the course of my research, I found a lot of good photographers and videographers that would fit our requirement. Naturally, it went with the price we have to pay. If budget was not the case, I would book Mangored in a heartbeat. I have been dreaming of having them since 2007. But of course I know that we cannot afford them, so I went on researching and found Redsheep. Let me tell you know that I was really settled on getting Redsheep even if it meant paying only for their photo-only service. I love how Guj was so warm with my inquiries and how his talent focuses on candid shots. But again because of the budget, it meant we have to find a separate videographer. I thought in this area we will be lucky enough to afford a very sought after videographer who happens to be the husband of one of JP's closes college buddies (he's that famous that I would not say his name for their privacy), but yet again, our budget does not permit it. So I still went on researching options that would fit our budget when I found this studio at W@W:
|Daniel Lei Studio: www.danielleistudio.blogspot.com|
|all photos from: www.danielleistudio.blogspot.com|
They were our first supplier booked for our wedding.:) One thing though about them, they are very late in replying to your email and text message inquiries, which a lot of their clients have already comment on about. I was to reconsider getting them because I have a short patience, but each time I watch a video of theirs or see a photo they took, I knew I made the right choice. I just know in the end they will deliver. And thank goodness a lot of their clients has attest to this already.
As they say, patience is a virtue I am willing to practice on for DLS.