Aerial Video for Dorset Country Wedding

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White Label Aerial Video

White labelling, or "private" labelling you or your business is a great way of helping others with their work. You can assist with contracts whilst allowing businesses to retain their own identity and brand. It is also good for people like myself who don't want the hassle of employment laws etc, but still need help from other industry professionals at some point. Win-win.

I was asked to do exactly this at a beautiful wedding in Dorset one year. The bride's father had already booked a videographer but later decided that he also wanted aerial video of the events. Because the hired videographer didn't have the relevant qualifications, I was asked to provide the aerials.

For me, this is a great way to do business. Either way, whether I am white labelling myself or helping others, I earn a living and get help when needed. On this occasion, I have all the fun of the shoot without the stress of the edit which is fine by me now and again. 

This is a short video I produced for the couple before handing over the files to the videographer:

If you are a video/photography business looking for a "gun for hire", I am always happy to help. Just contact me at your earliest convenience and we can discuss in more detail.

If you are a possible future client looking for a team but like my "solo" work, rest assured I have the means of putting an A1 team together at the drop of a hat! Get in touch so we can thrash out the details for your wedding day or commercial promotional video requirements.

About the author

Nick Stubbs is a professional photographer, filmmaker and drone pilot with over 35 years experience in the imaging business. Still as passionate about his work as he was aged 13. Married with two kids and living in the beautiful town of Weymouth in Dorset.

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