This was our last wedding of the season and we really wanted to pull out all the stops. The main challenge in this case was the ceremony, at Ryerson Church. This church is tied with Canadian Memorial for the darkest church in the Lower Mainland. Also the one with the most restrictions on how you can shoot. So we set up 5 cameras and used the best possible lenses to be able to film in low light. It was great having so much coverage in place when that huge tear welled up in Diana's eye.
But the fun part of the day was the roast pig, both filming it being hacked away at and eating it. Incorporating some of the ambient sounds here was a must.
I think it's obvious what the fun part was for Diana and Binh. At the end of the night, Binh confessed that the entire day was just a prelude to the reception. They definitely know how to party!