Posts Tagged ‘couples’

A Wedding Video Worth Watching by Dallas Brides

Posted by    |    September 5th, 2012 at 12:30 pm

Cinematic, romantic, sexy, creative, we could go on.  This creative team’s use of music, black and white footage, and great camera work and production values combine to showcase a young married couple in the best way possible.  Wedding videos are typically poor in quality and somewhat formulaic.  This wedding video focuses on the couple in a beautiful, cinematic way.  Dallas brides and Dallas women about to be engaged should look at this work for inspiration.

Smile

Posted by    |    June 26th, 2012 at 11:30 am

Smile was directed by Misko Iho.  The song was originally composed as an instrumental by Charlie Chaplin for his movie ‘Modern Times’. John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons added the lyrics some twenty years later and the voice belongs to Nat King Cole, who was the first one to sing it.  One would think you just walked up from behind them to see a beautiful yet powerful moment between two people.  Very nice work, good acting, and well done ending.

 

Nothing On But the Radio

Posted by    |    July 12th, 2011 at 3:13 pm

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Good ol’ country music plays softly from my computer earphones as I type along on my computer.  The Eli Young Band serenades me with their hit “Always the Love Songs.” How appropriate, I think, since my topic consists of music and love.

When you have a significant other (hopefully) they bring you joy and happiness. You spend time together and develop a bond deeper and more meaningful than friendship. You share inside jokes and memories that others just don’t get.

I’ve heard of couples that even have “theme songs”, songs that sum up their relationship in less than four minutes. I’ve never had a “song” with someone, but I know of friends who have.

Truth be told, my parents have a song. It’s Van Morrison’s “Brown Eyed Girl.” Oddly enough my mother is not even brown-eyed but hazel-eyed. Oh, well. It’s the thought that counts, right parents?

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