We’re always on the lookout for great Los Angeles wedding videographers. We’ll be adding to this page often, so be sure to check back and see who made our list. Note: These vendors have not paid to be listed here…we are just genuine fans of their work!
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Elysium Productions notes their creative individuality from start in their bio “How We’re Different.” Taking a journalistic, inconspicuous approach, Elysium captures the wedding and all the jubilance that takes place not only between bride and groom, but with all parties involved, creating a truly different, authentic collection.
Founded by its namesake, Isabel, Isabel Cinematheque combines a love for romance and pure emotion in storytelling to savor the moments for years to come. One of the most delightful parts about her work is the usage of the Super 8 camera, which gives that grainy, charming, vintage-y look that will truly set your big day apart from the others.
Luminance Wedding Films
The team behind Luminance Films have an exceptional cinematic eye. Some of the clips from their videos appear to be straight from a romantic film one would see in the theater: dramatic, touching, yet not overly sentimental or forced. Featured on The Knot, Style Me Pretty, and Wedding Magazine, their films pretty much set the bar for the new age of wedding videos that may give your parents’ VHS a run for its money.
Amari Productions make the kind of wedding films you *reallly* want to return to. I always love when filmmakers cut between wedding day features and vows and speeches — it really tugs at the heart strings and, warning: makes the tears roll. Amari Productions, made up of four talented artists, focuses on those small details that really make the movie magical from start to finish.
Loudbyte Films not only carry a professional demeanor, but an uttely cinematic sheen. Founded by former NYU theater students and highly talented artists Steve Gribbon and Ton-Essa La’Roque, Loudbyte films encompass the drama and emotion in the big day – the vows, the speeches, the dancing, and, not to forget, the beautiful dresses and handsom tuxes.