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Tri-state NY Metro Area

Cinematography

Tri-state NY Metro Area includes vendors who provide service to all of the following areas: Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York.

Rob Adams Films
  Serving Tri-State NY Metro
Your wedding has a Story...cinematography is the art of telling it by making a real film of your wedding using genuine cinema techniques. Rob Adams Films is a cinematographer with the goal of creating cinema-li...
Clark+Walker Studio
  Serving Tri-State NY Metro + FL
The team members at Clark+Walker Studio, offering both photographic and cinematic services, are regular contributors to some of the nation's largest magazines and blogs.
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Ping Pang Films
  Premier Destination Vendor
Our films tell your wedding day with passion, emotion and laughter. Adopt a cinematic and contemporary style, learned through many experiences in various video domains.
StarFruit Productions
  Premier Destination Vendor
We are passionate filmmakers who love to tell beautiful wedding stories. We allow your story to unfold in front us naturally, while using cinematic tools and sophisticated editing to give your wedding the StarF...
Blue Kite Cinema
  Premier Destination Vendor
Meet the "Blue Kite Boys" (Nick and Colin). For us, it's about knowing who you are. It's about being friends so that when we're there on your wedding day, we can tell your story better than anyone else.
Hoo Films
  Premier Destination Vendor
As filmmakers, we love telling stories. Stories about hoo you are. The foundation of your story is much deeper than just your wedding day... its what inspires your love for each other and unveiling the journey ...
Lula Wedding Films
  Premier Destination Vendor
Inspiring the world one film at a time.
East West
  Premier Destination Vendor
After traveling and filming internationally, Caleb launched East West from Virginia with the objective of crafting timeless motion pictures and emotional imagery through wedding films. His greatest work comes...
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