Putting the Veil on the Bride
Okay, girls, not a problem. I'm gonna get the guests to move it for you.
Oh no, I was kidding, sorry.
Okay, hold the bride's veil from this side or circle, moving closer.
Yeah, so are we're in?
You're in, yeah.
Not too much, not too much, just hold it out. Hold the veil over her head, just straight, please.
Higher, higher. (group murmurs)
There she is. Okay, girls, lift it up, lift it up.
We can't lift it. (laughs)
Move it straight forward. Move it towards her face.
A lot of the photos are gonna be quite lot arms.
Girls, lift it.
Girls, yeah, be careful.
Okay, move it towards her face. (group murmurs)
We need a driver.
Alright, she needs to, sort of move it around.
That's it. Perfect, that's great, girls. Perfect, that's beautiful.
Now sit full back.
Okay, that's great. (camera clicks)
Oh my gosh. (group murmurs)
Okay, don't move, stay, you're gonna stay there. And n...
ow slowly drop it, slowly drop it. Then you move like move it up, that's it, and perfect.
It's a (mumbles)
Wow, you look stunning.
Oh my god, I'm gonna cry. (claps and laughs)
Okay, good. And then just stand up, just a bit. I'm gonna get that chair, move it closer to. (group murmurs) Alright ladies. Okay girls, move them out of the way. That's it. All the way, thank you girls. Dani, that's it, beautiful. (camera clicks) Yeah, look toward the window. Lean forward towards me, sweetheart, just a bit. Not too much. Put your hands together. That's gorgeous, stay there. And look to the camera, put the camera up here. (Bride coughs) You're coughing. That's it, perfect, look there. Nice, yes, look at the camera. Kind of expression, giggle, happy. Put the veil in front of you, put the veil in front of you. That's it, perfect. Beautiful, okay. Yeah, that's it.
Look how fat my butt is. (laughter)
Okay, that's good. Now, can we get the family shots?
Where do you wanna do them?
Let's do them it in there.
Okay, obviously that set is my most common word, you know, I don't even realize it, that's it, that's it. And then I watch this video, I say, how many times did I say that's it, you know? (laughter) You see I'm too into the camera, I don't in that room we had maybe 20 people squeezed in, you know, I wasn't really, but I was trying to get the images correctly. So look at what happens when you start shooting, you know the expression. And Dani, I said she was so serious during the day. And she's a bubbly person. You know, but I looked for those moments. Those beautiful moments and I was there capturing it. You know when she put, I helped of course a bit of minute, because she was putting the veil on, okay, before you put it on, let's have it on her head. Girls, pull it out a little bit, so let's see. And it does. And then shoot from high above. Fixing it. And this is one window, little window. A little room.
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