I'm really excited to announce that I am now offering live streaming of weddings anywhere with 4G cell service! When I'm not shooting weddings, live streaming is a large part of my business, and the technology has finally reached the point where the two can be combined.
I started looking into live streaming weddings in preparation for my brother-in-law's wedding this August. My wife and my brother-in-law's grandmother is not going to be able to attend the wedding in person for health reasons, which is a major blow to the family. Being the resident family video guy, I set to work to figure out how to downsize my large multi-camera streaming setup to be portable and non-intrusive for weddings. After months of tinkering and testing, and a few wonderful couples who were willing to be my guinea pigs, I finally have live streaming for weddings. All I need for it to work is wifi or a decent 4G cell signal. In addition, I can stream to YouTube,, which is familiar to couples, their families, and even their not so tech-savvy grandparents.
I truly believe this will be revolutionary for many my couples, as I know most of them have similar situations with loved ones who cannot attend the weddings. I'm also pleased to announce that the pricing for this starts at $1199 for single camera streaming with venue provided wifi, when bundled with a full wedding package. While I know this isn't inexpensive, I recently heard a story from a planner about a company that charged $2500 for a same day upload of a single camera ceremony shoot to YouTube, and I'm really excited to be able to offer so much more affordable of an option. I am not in the business of overcharging couples, so it's very rewarding to have a solution that is worthwhile for me while still being accessible.
As a standalone service, the service starts at $1599.
That's all for now!