Making a film for The Haymeadow, a beautiful wedding venue in the heart of the Blackdown Hills, near Taunton. This is the perfect place to get married outside, make a festival wedding of your very own and party hard as there is not a person in sight This has to be one of the best outside wedding venues in the South West!

Working with a team of brilliant, local wedding suppers I filmed the behind the scenes of this photoshoot arranged by Becky Joiner. It’s amazing to see how much work, time and effort from everyone goes into a photoshoot.  Similar to a wedding day where you have to have a great team around you, a group of people that you can trust to deliver, so that you can be confident that your wedding plans will go smoothly.

The weather was kind so we could use the drone to get the aerial shots and photographs, I am always lee to get the drone out to fly at a wedding but the conditions have to be perfect and the couples have to be adventurous, especially to get the shots that we did in this shoot.

Aerial film making at a wedding is just sooo cool to do, it gives you a different angle, makes your wedding film even more spectacular and there are often the opportunities to be really creative too.

If you love gadgets and want some alternative film footage then book a drone in to your wedding film, I promise you won’t regret it, in fact you will love it. Get in touch for more details.

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More people climb Mount Everest every year or have even been into space than have rowed the Atlantic!

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