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This was our first wedding of the season. Chevy Bel Air, Mariachi band, Coffee shop, Singer Song-writer performance and a Museum is just a little tease of what’s in store for you in this film. I don’t want to write too much about the day, as I rather you watch than read. However I got to say that the stage at the reception (which was in the museum) was little strange to us at first, but what a show. The views both ways, towards the stage and from behind facing the audience were so grand. We’ve even got some flares creeping up to the lens from the stage lights overhead.

If you are wondering about our music choices, where do we get these songs? Well, we license all the songs we use in every wedding film we do. Even the instrumental songs. We believe that artist should be compensated for their work/art. Same way as we also wouldn’t want someone to take our work and use it for their business/promotion. What happens most of the time is that we are unable to license couple’s first dance song or a song from a radio, so we use other music. So this wasn’t most of the time. I Shazamed Sydnie and Rusty’s wedding song, and to my amazement, it was one of the songs I could license. Song is “I knew this would be love” by Imaginary Future. Hence the title.

Photographer: Omar Heredia
Music licensed through The Music Bed and Triple Scoop Music


This was our last wedding of 2015. A winter wedding. No snow but you can feel the December sun, low and very soft. Amanda and Marc found this unbelievable park in Garrison, Boscobel House and Gardens. It’s the cover image. It had so much depth with the hills and the reflecting Hudson River. Hudson Valley is beautiful anytime of the year.
The church exit (bubble shot) is one of the best, if not the best shot we have ever taken. Just perfect! Although, We can’t take credit for it, as we haven’t set it up. And then there’s dad’s toast. That perfect pause at the end, and then saying Hear, Hear! and the music takes off. I get goose bumps how it all came together at that moment. And as you might have already realized, it is also the title of this film.

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After we have delivered our films to Amanda and Marc, they surprised us with a reaction video of them watching it for the first time. This is the best gift we could have ever gotten! Thanks guys for recording it (we really didn’t ask them to do it)

  • Olga Gawron - January 12, 2016 - 8:19 pm

    Absolutely beautiful. Thank youReplyCancel


Vineyard wedding from gorgeous Wolffer Estate, Hamptons. Kaelyn and Evan had their ceremony between the isles; a beautiful natural backdrop of a wine country ambiance. I love how those shots, of just two of them, turned out. I cannot imagine better place for a wedding in fall. The reception was held outside on the porch where all the toasts were happening. They illuminated every vineyard isle, which gave so much depth in the background.

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Diana and Scott, one of the hottest couple we have ever had. It was quite easy to take shots of these two. That top shot of them, in front of the lake with the reds and greens, is just so lovely. The wedding was at the Muttontown Country Club. Aren’t those shots of Diana putting on dress in that beautiful room just wow? Some of our best shots. Their reception hall was set up so beautifully too. The lighting there was so soft, just gorgeous. At the end of the night they had a famous singer Reina singing their favorite songs. It was quite surreal, listening to songs I know from the radio. And one more shutout to the band Faze 4, they were kick-ass!

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First time we did a wedding here at the Crest Hollow Country Club on Long Island. Beautiful gardens and many different possibilities for creative shots. Just look at the backdrop for the ceremony. I love how the flowers pop against the greenery in the back. but enough about the background. Listen to the vows, so powerful and emotional. And BTW, the only words spoken in English. The rest was in Chinese. I love Evelyn’s vows, but even more than that, I love the non-scripted words of Solomon. Hence the title “I KNOW”. I can’t believe how the music paired so well with it too. And let me not forget to mention the great photographer Brian Hatton we worked also with in the past. We love working with you Brian.

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