IU Bloomington campus wedding


This past weekend Vibe Productions filmed for Chelsey & Steven on the campus of Indiana University Bloomington. Chelsey and Steven are both recent graduates from IU, and are opening their own Chiropractic practice here in Indianapolis, Ind. With many friends and memories at IU they wanted to have their wedding on campus and did so in the Beck Chapel. The chapel was really neat and very cozy seating only about 5o people.

After the ceremony we followed a limo around college town to a couple of Chelsey and Steven’s favorite locations getting some great video shots in the process. This was the first wedding we’ve had the chance to work with our new Canon 5dmkii. It’s really amazing to see the video that comes out of that camera. We filmed select scenes with the canon especially in the dark chapel that look amazing. The rest of the day we filmed with our ever trusty Sony FX1 and FX7 in HD which do an amazing job as well.

The reception was at the Fields Clubhouse also in Bloomington, Ind. The clubhouse was made with rustic post and beam construction and is covered floor to ceiling with wood. We had a great meal and were able to film lots of great dancing and plenty of crazy interviews with friends of the couple! After the DJ called it a night the wedding party moved out to the lobby and continued the party with a live band. Steven and Chelsey know how to throw a great party.

Thanks Steven & Chelsey for including us in your special day and Larry (father of groom) for having us out! Best wishes for your future.

Vendors: Cinematography Vibe Video Productions, Photography Grise Photography, Event Planner Nina Onesti

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