I played recently at a great wedding at a photography studio/artist loft at an old warehouse in downtown Phoenix. Here’s some behind the scenes preparation as a chandelier is being installed right over the guests for the ceremony and later, the the banquet table will be right under it.
This is Hank- one of the groomsmen. He’s ROCKIN’ that bowtie! He and I are Facebook friends now too.
Incredibly well-behaved. He’s sitting right where he’s supposed to during the ceremony.
Here’s a shot during the ceremony. You can see the chandelier overhead. That’s my lighting on the wall where the dancing will be later after they open up that divider with the “LOVE” sign on it.This is the room all reset for a dinner celebration. The chandelier is looking good- the bride and groom will sit right under it.
I loved this bride and groom- the guests are having some cocktails in one of the galleries on the other end of the building and the photographer is taking care of the professional shots with the family and bridal party.
When it was time for dancing, I changed the lighting from the amber spotlights to some LED/laser effects with a gobo projection in the middle of it. The dancefloor seemed to float in space.
My little camera mic is no match for high powered speakers. It’s not as loud as it seems. It’s interesting as I rotate around, you can see the effect kinda go flat- looking from the dancefloor away- it’s just a room, but the guests looking toward the dancefloor, it was floating! If you think that the blue moonwash effect seems to be moving, it IS. It’s great new technology.