Indigo Wedding videography
I have been established for more than 12 years in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo area, devoting my time to terrestrial and underwater videography. For the past 6 years, I have been self-employed in the wedding videography business giving me the privilege of attending wedding ceremonies for people from all over the world, like yourselves. It is a privilege to live and work in the Mayan Riviera, with its warm-year round climate, the beautiful “El caribe” and it´s wonderful international clientele.
Our artistic obligation to you, is not only to give you the best memories but also to give you, the true essence and feeling of that special day. Be it a church, beach or a Cenote we will be there to ensure that your wedding video will be taken in a professional non.intrusive manner.
Thank you for visiting our website
Our hope that your visit here will be useful in planning YOUR special day and hopefully answer any question that you may have. Everything you need to know about us is here, what we do and offer, in Playa del Carmen, Cancun, Tulum and surrounding area.
In our video gallery you will find our most recent work as well as information and advice in regards to your Wedding Day. Thank you once again for visiting our website and we looking forward to hearing from you in the future.
TRASH THE DRESS MOVEMENT
In general, a wedding dress is used only once and then is usually stored in a closet to leave it there for years…Creative movement Trash the Dress offers taking out the wedding dress from the to get it wet and muddy in a session of video art and photography.
Trash the Dress term was first suggested in the U.S. by the photographer Mark Eric in 2000, while others say that its origins date back to Las Vegas in 2001 linked to photographer John Michael Cooper. Tendency to destroy the wedding dress could be seen in Hollywood since at least October 1998 when Meg Cummings of Sunset Beach show went into the ocean with her wedding dress on her wedding day. This artistic movement, mostly photographic contrasts elegant clothing with stages totally unusual or non-standard such as an abandoned factory, a beach, a salt, a Cenote, a lake or the street.
The best of these sessions is that the couple openly interact with the environment regardless of whether the dress of the bride or the groom’s suit gets dirty or wet, in addition to the ideas and options to make this type of session are limitless and depends entirely on how far you want to reach the couple. Since then it’s been 10 years and many photographers were inspired by the adventurous spirit and aesthetic of the TTD, a style that has spread worldwide, especially in the United States and Europe.
Do you want to watch some examples?