Luke Goodman and Sigmund Reboquio will be speaking on Wedding Cinematography. Luke will start out the evening with his talk – “THE WORK: Why it’s the most important element” and Sigmund will follow with his talk – “STANDOUT: the Making of a Bad A$$ Wedding Film”. If you shoot Weddings, this is going to be an amazing evening with a ton of information you can apply to your business. You won’t want to miss it!
Next month we welcome The Godfather – John Goolsby, in June Stu Sweetow will be speaking on Corporate Video Production and later in the year James Burkart, Jay Holben, and an amazing workshop by Joe Simon.
Monday, April 15th, 2013
Networking starts at 6:00pm
Presentation starts at 6:30pm
A light Dinner is included.
The Santa Clara Fire Dept. Training Center
1900 Walsh Ave
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Free to current Members
Guests: $25 at the door.
THE WORK – Luke Goodman
Why it’s the most important element.
Luke and Pamela Goodman shoot together striving to make each wedding the best it can possibly be. Creating the highest quality work possible has brought in more work and is the foundation of their business. Luke will share his insights and opinions on the wedding cinematography business.
The talk will include:
- Learning to focus on getting better at what you do.
- Making money in weddings; seriously- is it even possible?
- Stop trying to sell, start helping people with what they need.
- Getting the “right” clients.
- Being efficient. Production-Post-Production overview
- Staying fresh and shooting more than “just weddings”
About Luke Goodman
Luke received his degree in Motion Pictures and Television from the Academy of Art University, in San Francisco, CA. He has worked on a range of productions from feature films to corporate videos, and specializes in cinematic wedding films with his wife and business partner, Pamela. Luke has a passion for beautiful, evocative and classic cinematography. Luke also works as a business and workflow consultant for both photography studios and video producers.
Luke and his wife Pamela have been shooting weddings together for four years, and Luke has been been in the wedding industry for eight.
His list of recent clients include AutoDesk, PG&E, KiwiCrate, Intel and Popular Science Magazine.
STANDOUT - Sigmund Reboquio
The Making of a Bad A$$ Wedding Film
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying “you are only as good as your last film.” So why not make them powerful, emotional and bad-a$$ with some tips from a husband and wife team that have leapfrogged the competition. Multiple award winner Sigmund and Mariane of REB6STUDIOS will be demonstrating how to create award-winning “bad a$$” wedding films.
Learn how to push your creative boundaries through demonstrations of eye-catching shots and dramatic lighting. Improve the emotional impact with REB6′s creative storytelling techniques.
Join us to learn how and why REB6 Studio has gotten rave reviews from their clients.
- Where to get inspiration other than from your favorite wedding filmmakers
- Creative ring shot tricks, slider shots
- Creative lighting technique
- Time-shifting technique and unique combo sequences
- Storytelling process
About Sigmund Reboquio
REB6STUDIOS is a San Francisco based wedding cinematography studio owned by husband and wife team Sigmund and Mariane Reboquio. Together they have developed their own story telling technique for the past three years. They have booked 26 weddings even before the 2013 year started without exerting too much marketing effort. They are letting their wedding films speak for itself. As a way of giving back, they are now ready to share their knowledge to everyone. Within just three years, REB6STUDIOS have won numerous wedding film competitions in different cities such as New England, Long Island, and a three-category finalist at the recently held 2013 Lucent Awards at InFocus in Los Angeles,. REB6STUDIOS is also the most recent BAPVA Videographers of the Year.