Excuse me, are you a Cinematographer?

Most of our couples have always asked us what is our filming style. Are we more cinematic or are we more journalistic? Romantic or comedic?

None actually. We refuse to be boxed in to a particular style. After all, you are an entirely unique individual. You have experienced special moments in which no one around you has. You see things in different ways and feel them in different intensities. Why would we want to impose a template or a particular filming style on you?

Hongcheng (HC) and Chia Syen are a beautiful couple. I think you could place them in a Taiwanese Drama and they would never look out of place. They and their friends had put much effort to the gatecrash games (The bridesmaids wanted to punish their groomsmen husbands.) and we wanted to capture the atmosphere of the day. We also added some Taiwanese flavour to Hongcheng (HC) and Chia Syen highlights video.

It was a riot from beginning to end. We sure enjoyed filming them. Love you guys, HC and Chia Syen.

Videography: Lighthouse Studio
Photography: 36 Frames
Banquet Venue: My Humble House

When the BOSS gets married


Its one thing to be filming a wedding, but its totally another form of experience being on the other side of things. Like what some mentioned, its finally my turn to experience this rite of passage.

The rest of the team from Lighthouse Studio then took on the role to film our wedding, putting in more plans than usual to ensure all aspects of the wedding are well taken care of, and are well documented.

All I can say is that the wedding day passed by ultra fast, and I did not fall into the “trap” of micro-managing my video crew as there was simply no time to do so, and I had already relayed some of the ideas and thoughts of how i desired the production to turn out.

Thanks guys for the lovely memories you have documented, the extra dedication in doing beyond 200%.

Mingsong a.k.a. Groom a.k.a. Lighthouse Studio Boss

Bridal Gowns: Bridal Closet
Banquet: Swissotel Merchant Court
AD Photography / Instant Prints: Chrisppics
ROM/Banquet Photography: 1950s Photography