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Jun & Sandra – Wedding at Rye – Trailer

We’re lucky enough to travel six thousands miles to shoot the wedding of Jun and Sandra at the beautiful countryside Rye, Sussex. This was our second trip to the UK this year, as we also did a save the date video for them in London a couple months back. Their wedding ceremony was held in the historical Parish Church of St. Mary’s which was pretty awesome considering the church is around 900 years old.

Despite all the pressure, we must hats off to Sandra for her ability to remain in very good spirits the entire time. We knew that Jun is very lucky to have her as wife. And or course, vice versa 😉

All in all, we really enjoyed ourself the entire time filming their big day which was filled with lots of emotions, love and sun at the beach. Here’s a short trailer we’ve prepared and please stay tune for the full highlights coming soon.

Congrats Jun & Sandra!

#junsandra #jundra #jcstudiofilms #weddingcinematics

Cinematographers: Jonathan & Jiro

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Jun & Sandra | London – Save The Date

We’d like to share a short save the date clip we did for Jun and Sandra during our short trip to London. Jun and Sandra are both Malaysian and currently based in London and we’ll be covering their weddings in both the UK and Malaysia in separate dates.

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Voon Chun & Huay Pin – Wedding Cinematic Highlights | SDE

Huay Pin mentioned how she’s always wanted to have Chamomile Tea, but in the end ended up with Chinese tea instead. Haha. I’m sure that because Chinese tea taste much better for her. That’s how true love works. We love Huay Pin’s metaphor very much. She’s found the perfect high quality Chinese Tea in Voon Chun. Please enjoy the SDE video!

Cinematographers: Jonathan, Jiro & Mike

Wedding Style: Chinese/Soka Gakkai Ceremony
Location: Klang, Malaysia

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Derek & Shin San – Wedding Cinematic Highlights | SDE

Yesterday, we get to shoot a simple but elegant wedding of our couple Derek and Shin San. There’s no gate crashing just a simple Chinese styled fetch-the-bride followed by the blessing ceremony. Derek has done well although he’s from America. We love everything about the wedding from the beautiful bride’s gowns to the venue’s decor, and even the groom’s suits! Both our couple were lovely and had great smiles and that made our job pretty easy. Here we present our fresh from the oven same day edit wedding highlights from yesterday’s wedding!

Cinematographers: Jonathan, Jiro & Kim

Wedding Style: Church/Chinese
Location: Empire Subang Hotel, Malaysia

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Vincent & Melanie – Wedding Cinematic Highlights | Pullman Putrajaya | SDE

Cinematographers: Jonathan, Jiro & Kim
Helicam Pilot: Jonathan

Wedding Style: Garden/Chinese
Location: Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside, Malaysia

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Arlene & Zoran – Wedding Highlights | SDE

Arlene met Zoran when they were pursuing their PhD back in the UK and both are currently based in Hong Kong. They were some of the craziest and playful couple we’ve ever met and shooting their weddings were full of fun and laughter. As you can see from the video, they’re certainly not shy about showing their love and affection for each other. 😀

Cinematographer: Jonathan, Jiro & Kim
Helicam Pilot: Jonathan

Photography by: Jim Liaw Photography

Wedding Style: Traditional Chinese

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Quan & Jovin – Wedding Cinematic Highlights | Malacca

After Quan and Jovin’s wedding ceremony in Malaysia, they were back to Sydney for their wedding dinner and showed our SDE video to the crowds there and they loved it.

The exact words from Quan was “All good JC, the video was awesome, everybody enjoyed it very much!”

It was our pleasure to be able to shoot their wedding and good comments like this always make our day and keep us going 🙂

Cinematographer: Jonathan, Jiro & Kim

Helicam Pilot: Jonathan

Wedding Style: Garden / Traditional Chinese

Locations: Malacca, Malaysia

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Collin & Jenny – Wedding Cinematic Highlights | Singapore

You may noticed that the opening song “Everything” sounded different in our video. That’s because it was covered by our couple, Collin and Jenny! They sounded great don’t you think?

We arrived a day earlier in Singapore, so we figured we could film a short interview on them. During the interview, we got to know more about their love story and how much they meant for each other. We even had them expressed their own feelings for each other separately. Neither of them know what’s the other said until the dinner night where the SDE video will be shown.

Jenny told us one of the things that she loves about Collin, was his Jim Carry’s impersonation. You will get to see how good was his impersonation in the video. Collin also mentioned that he’s willing to sacrificed for Jenny. We’re sure he wouldn’t need to go that far. But you get the point. From his eyes, you can tell how important Jenny is to him and how much he loves her.

The groomsmen and bridesmaids were real sporting that day. They were dressed up in samurai clothings and kimonos, and they were really in character the entire day. They wielded the fake katana with great authority, and wore the Japanese slipper everywhere without complaining. We figure it’s waste if we don’t include something comical and funny for them in the video.

Lastly, it was great fun filming their wedding day and we wish the newlyweds all the best. Please enjoy the same day edit video we have put together for the couple on their wedding dinner.

Cinematographer: Jonathan, Jiro & Kim
Helicam Pilot: Jonathan
Photography by: (Weng) Jon.C Photography

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Jaya & Bhavani – Indian Wedding, Cinematic Highlight (SDE)

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Bird Eye View – Aerial Showcase

Bird Eye View – Aerial Showcase

Since last year, we have been incorporating aerial shots into our films whenever possible. They provide a different angle of view to the location of an event like a wedding venue with beautiful scenery. With a helicam and GoPro camera, we are able create some stunning and dramatic aerial footage that adds to the visual story telling. However, this can only be performed on safe weather when there is no rain or high-wind. Below are some of our showcase of aerial works.

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