VIDEOGRAPHER SPOTLIGHT | THE WEDDING TAPE

Date: September 05, 2016

The_Wedding_Tape_Logo_OLYour Name: Todd Delfs
Your Business Name: The Wedding Tape
Your Website: www.theweddingtape.com.au
Where are you based out of? Western Australia

Are you currently a part-time or full-time videographer? Full time
What camera(s) do you currently shoot with? Sony a7sMkii
How would you define your style?
Filming natural untamed moments.
What motivated you to become a videographer?
It uses so many different practices: Photography, music, film, editing, story telling, art, history. you can choose to utilise anything in film.

What is it that you try to convey with each video?
Family and Friends in a moment not too common

How do you accomplish that?
Making something that can be re-watched quickly and hopefully does not age quick by using not your classic commercial music and focusing on the unique and natural characteristics of everyone in the video, never staging as that is the opposite and gets old.

Where do you find inspiration for your work?
In my own life and how much I adore my own moments more than any “thing” I have. I watch one past movie and I have a flood of emotion, it feels good and reminds you if it ended today the times had were pretty great so far.

What is your most memorable accomplishment so far in your career?
As far as weddings, the best thing is probably now I have done the wedding video for the same bunch of girls who have all been bridesmaids at each others weddings. It’s like a mini-series and they all interconnect.

What is one thing you have learned during your career?
Just watching a second is sometimes all you need and all your memories of that moment come rushing back

Which Photographer Supply Company products do you currently use?
The Wood 128GB Engraved USB Stick

How have Photographer Supply Company products helped your business?
The custom usb stick means I can deliver everything that was shot on the day to the client. We might be making films and not everything is used, but they paid for it so as far as I see it they own everything including all the unused content.