May 16, 2017 / Behind the Scenes Vlog Wedding
Indian Wedding Photography Behind the Scenes Vlog #6 | Supriya & Joe's New York City Engagement Session
Yay it's yet another lazy content post, ka-pow! Behind the scenes vlog of last weekend's engagement session in Manhattan New York City with Supriya and Joe! Super fun session, and hey I always love...
Yay it’s yet another lazy content post, ka-pow! Behind the scenes vlog of last weekend’s engagement session in Manhattan New York City with Supriya and Joe!
Super fun session, and hey I always love shoots in New York City especially with locals that live here! Of course, the running joke for our session was about how they were locals that never really explored the touristy parts of New York, so that’s what we did! Well, besides the mid-session stop in the West Village, which is my favorite parts of the city in Lower Manhattan, and then on to Brooklyn to take in those city sights at night. Contrary to what some of the photos may show, it was a constant drizzle of rain turning into a steady light rain while we were running around Central Park. Luckily, after our outfit change things had stopped and the sun even showed up for a bit during a break in the clouds. With weather looking up we headed to Brooklyn for the sunset, but of course, the clouds returned in juuuuust enough density to block the sunset *sad face*.
This was yet another “learning” vlog with using the new Sony RX100V this week. In the previous vlog (Richmond, Virginia wedding reception) I tried shooting the entire vlog in the Slog2 picture profile to give me more color flexibility when editing. While cool, I thought to try the REC709 setting this week, which in the geeky technical terms just means that the video was recorded in another setting which had a slightly different effect on the “look” of the video in the final product. Good, bad, not sure yet… I have yet to decide on an easy way to shoot and color grade these videos. They still only take me about 1-2 hours, so it’s not a huge time investment piecing together the clips, doing a rough edit, and exporting them for YouTube. Hopefully, it’s interesting though, and gives a fun little look into behind the scenes at a real live Indian Wedding!