Manami and I recently had the privilege of handling the video and music for a wedding. While we were there, we took the opportunity to get some nice pictures of the couple and the goings on.
The wedding was held at Clifton House, on Austin Ave. It’s a nice place, but it was HOT! Fortunately, the ceremony was kept mercifully short and we moved indoors for a small reception.
Here they are coming back into the house right after the “I do’s”. Note the huge grin on his
Here are a few random shots we grabbed while taking turns with the video camera and the sound system. (all but two of these were actually taken by Manami, I spent most of the time trying to do decent video)
It was a nice wedding, and our best wishes go out to the young couple.
Photos posted here by permission of the bride’s mom. Please don’t copy or reuse them without their permission.
i am your side kick hey?
the very top picture was done very well. you did very well, i'm very proud of that picture, even tho it's not mine. the way the dress is laid out, it is a very timeless looking picture. a job well done!
I've always heard June is the traditional month for weddings. But in Texas, June's a hot month for weddings. ;-)
My daughter was married June 13, 2010. I hired Jason approximately 4 months prior to the wedding to do the video of the wedding and to run the music for the reception. When the musicians for the ceremony cancelled LAST MINUTE I frantically contacted Jason to see if he would come a little early and run the music for the ceremony as well. He graciously agreed and also brought his wife Manami to help with the music while he did video. I can't even begin to express my gratitude for everything they did. The video was PERFECT, the pictures taken by Manami were great as shown on this blog and the music couldn't have gone any better. I would recommend Jason as well as Jason and Manami if you need additional assistance. The quality of the video is like watching the wedding live again. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU.
Hey, you have a typo! You say that anyone would need they're permission to use photos. It shoud be their, as in ownership!
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