Last Updated on 21/05/2024 by Emmanuel Farrugia

Sydney Wedding Cinema Highlights

Drew & Ellise | Le Montage

Moving Memories Video was honoured to be part of this very special day for Drew and Ellise. The day started with the boys getting ready in the City. The girls prepared at the spectacular Four Seasons Hotel in the Rocks, Sydney. We were met by panoramic Sydney Harbour views and a group of stunning bridesmaids. The gorgeous bride, Ellise in a fantastic wedding gown. Last minute preparations were captured with the girls and their close family.

The ceremony was in the Chapel of the historic Saint Paul’s College Camperdown, just near Sydney University. There was a strong theme of romance with flowers and pastel balloons with a hint of a rustic country flavour. It was obvious the bride and groom put a lot of thought into their day with such a delightful theme. Bubbles, balloons and rose petals welcomed the couple. They walked through an archway of family and friends to get some shots in the grounds of Saint Paul’s.

There were even more special touches waiting for all at the magnificent Le Montage, Lilyfield near Leichhardt Sydney. The room was filled with great detail from the special fingerprint wedding tree, themed lighting, and even sweet pots of honey for all their guests to take home. The night was filled with joy and laughter from everyone in the room. We heard some special words in the after-dinner speeches including some lovely words from the bride. After a great meal, the dance floor was packed with guests dancing to English and traditional Greek music through ’til midnight. And finally the bride and groom left to begin their new lives together.

Thank you to Drew, Ellise, Con and Toula for inviting us to capture this very unique and special day.
This video from Drew and Ellise’s wedding is a 8.5 minute highlight of the day shot with a single Canon 5D MkIII 35mm DSLR camera. The lenses used included Canon’s 24-105mm f4 L series lens; 100mm f2.8 macro; Canon’s 50mm f1.2; and the Canon 14mm f2.8 super wide angle lens. Limited use of a lightweight monopod was used however the majority of the shots were hand held.

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