What is the best time for the ceremony?

In my opinion, the best time for the ceremony is around 4pm. This is based on the idea that you are not planning to have a first look and 5pm if you’re having a fist look. Why not later?
First of all, it’s very important to have enough day light for photo and video after the ceremony. Sunset sessions are always the best and we need time with the couple to make some romantic shots.
Keep in mind, that your wedding organization depends on the work of a lot of people and sometimes everything runs late. Sunrise ceremonies are also a good idea. The light is perfect and the morning breeze is always nice.

What is your approach to filming a wedding day?

Our approach in filming a wedding day is purely candid storytelling, not stage direction. We’ll still interact with you of course, and have a laugh every now and then, but we don’t want to interrupt with the flow of your day. Experience has shown us that this is the best way to capture those real, natural moments as they happen.

Why invest in a quality wedding film? I already have a great photographer to capture my day.

Your wedding day is one of the most celebrated days of your life. We believe that budgeting for an amazing photographer and wedding filmmaker is a necessity and should be one of the top decisions you make when planning your wedding day. You have spent months deciding on each and every detail. Your wedding film will allow you to relive not only the beauty but also the sounds and atmosphere of your special day for a lifetime. Ask any bride and she will agree that the wedding day flies by. Avoid the regret of not having a way to experience your day again by choosing to capture your day on film.

When will I receive my wedding photos/video?

We need 2-5 months (depends on season) more or less to send you the video. We are not offering a mass-produced video package, so the process is very time-consuming. It’s for all the right reasons though – we want to make sure that we’re delivering the best we can to our couples. Please rest assured it will be well worth the wait.

Can I use my own music?


Of course you can. It will certainly make things easier when you give us a list of songs (10-12 songs min) that you like and we’ll use it as our starting point of selections. It is very important to send us your music selection by email before we start editing process of your video! If you don’t send the list of songs on time, feature changes of music won’t be our responsibility. 

Do you offer HD (High Definition) shooting?

We absolutely offer HD and 100% of weddings that we do are shot in HD.

What equipment do you use?

We shoot our wedding using cinematic HD-DSLR movie cameras along with professional audio equipment. We also have a range of camera support systems, steady cam, dolly, drone and another best video devices in the market.

Who will shoot our wedding day?

CoresFilms is a team of professional cinematographers and photographers. All of them with a great deal of experience in shooting all kind of weddings. We have wonderful artists that make up our storyteller teams. We choose people that share our values and our photographic and cinematic style.

Do you use bright lights?

We want to insure that we provide you with the highest quality wedding video.  Sometimes that means using lights. The most common use is during the reception.

What is raw footage?

The raw footage is not edited material as it had been originally filmed by our cameras and contains the natural sound from your day (it can be used for somebody who want to edit these clips).

What is a feature film?

Feature film is highly polished 5-6 minute collection that truly tell the story of your wedding day through beautiful imagery and natural sound such as your vows and toasts.

What is a highlights trailer?

A wedding trailer is a short sweet highlights video that tells and story of a wedding day in a personal and creative way (love story). Highlights trailer is usually around 3-4 min (duration of one song).

How far will you travel?

Short answer:  Anywhere!!!

Do we need to provide you with a meal?

If we are covering your reception, a meal for us (the same as for a guest, food and beverage) would be quite welcome and extremely appreciated. 

What type of payment can we use?

We accept cash payments and PayPal.

The client have to pay all the price of the chosen package on or before date of wedding. 

When should I book a wedding videographer/photographer?

Better sooner rather than later, and usually 6 – 12 months before the wedding. So probably around the same time you book the wedding photographer. We can take last minute bookings if we have the date free.

How long do you keep a copy of our wedding footage?

Once the video is signed off and you have received your final copies we will keep the raw footage for 6 months after which time it will be deleted.

Should I inform my wedding coordinator about using external video services?

It is very important that you let your wedding coordinator on the resorts know ahead of time that you have offsite vendors arriving on your special day. It is important that the vendor day pass be organized and paid* for prior to our arrival and that all communication between your coordinator be saved and documented so that the morning of there are no issues or complications when we arrive to the resort. External vendors can’t enter to the resorts as a guests unfortunately. We have to play by the rules and respect the policies in place or we will not be allowed to film future brides on these resorts for their special day. If we are coming to the resort to provide a service – it is a vendor day pass – unless the resorts policy states otherwise.

*no need to pay any fee for us in Majestic Resorts, Jellyfish, Huracan, Kukua and some other locations

Not answered your question?

Please feel free to contact us coresfilmsdr@gmail.com or use our contact form