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Our Style


We are highly detail-oriented, methodical creatives. That said, we come prepared for unpredictable run-and-gun wedding and event situations. We don't take chances (except creative ones!). Record now, cut later.


For video, our style is stable, flowy gimbal B-roll and drone footage with a close eye on consistent focus, exposure and white balance. We can change our camera settings but we typically record in the highest quality possible: Braw at ISO 400 or 3200, custom white balance and single-shot autofocus.


We love off-camera flash and bounce flash. Expect us to use it, diffuse it, and grab awesome photos with OCF when needed.


We love working with wedding photographers, videographers, DJ's, and other staff. We pride ourselves in capturing what is needed while also respecting other vendors.

Mike: $50-125/h


  • Seeking roles as:
  • Director of videography for corporate events, interviews, content
  • Wedding solo associate and lead videographer
  • Wedding second shooter
  • Event photographer

Victoria: $25-75/h


  • Seeking roles as:
  • Production Assistant
  • Wedding second videographer
  • Wedding second photographer
  • Event second shooter

Check out what's in our gear wagon

Weddings


Notes:

  • Braw 8:1
  • Autofocus lenses
  • Base ISO's of 400 or 3200
  • Memory cards to last 10 hours
  • Battery packs to last 16 hours
  • Backup battery power in each camera
  • Backup lenses and one backup hybrid camera (5D3 or E-M1 II)
  • Backup audio recording in each camera via shotgun mic


  • Pocket 4k #1 Gimbal Camera
  • Crane 2s
  • 12-35mm f2.8 II, shotgun mic, ND as needed
  • SD cards for 4k60 or your cards
  • Pocket 4k #2 Balcony/Rear Camera
  • Tripod with 12-35 f2.8 II, ND as needed
  • 1TB SSD or your cards
  • Pocket 4k #3 Bride/Side Camera
  • Tripod with 35-100 f2.8 II, ND as needed
  • 1TB SSD or your cards
  • Pocket 4k #4 Groom/Side Camera
  • Same as bride camera
  • Zoom F2 32-bit lapel mic for groom audio
  • Zoom F2 32-bit lapel mic for altar/arbor audio
  • Zoom P4 for recording DJ's board
  • Amaran 200x on wheeled light stand with Godox Lantern CS-65D for soft, reception lighting
  • We typically use this light for the first dances and one open dance song, then turn it off for party ambiance
  • 60" Scrim
  • Neewer LED panels with batteries for backup lighting
  • Mavic 2 Pro Drone


Corporate Video Gear


Notes:

  • Braw 8:1
  • Autofocus lenses
  • Base ISO's of 400 or 3200
  • Memory cards to last 10 hours
  • Battery packs to last 16 hours
  • Backup battery power in each camera
  • Backup lenses and one backup hybrid camera (5D3 or E-M1 II)
  • Backup audio recording in each camera via shotgun mic


  • Six Blackmagic Pocket 4k Cameras with 4k60, raw video, option to record to SD card or SSD
  • External monitor and headphone splitter for interviews
  • Several 12-35 f2.8 zooms, 35-100 f2.8 zooms
  • Various primes including 9 f1.4, 17 f1.8, 25 f1.2, 45 f1.8, 75 f1.8
  • Boom mic for interviews, recorded directly into camera: Audio-Technica AT875r
  • Four Zoom F2 32-bit lapel mics
  • Two Amaran 200x on wheeled light stands, Godox lanterns (CS-65D) or Magmod Octa 24" or various umbrellas and scrims
  • Sound blankets
  • Interview barstool
  • Same day edit possible!

Wedding Photography Second Shooting


  • Two Canon 5D 3
  • Tamron 24-70 f2.8 VC
  • EF 50 f1.4
  • EF 85 f1.8
  • EF 70-200 f2.8 IS II
  • Godox V1c
  • Two Godox AD200 with Magmod Octa 24" or various umbrellas and scrims

Corporate and Content Photography


  • Two Olympus E-M1 III
  • Various lenses: 12-35 f2.8 II, 35-100 f2.8 II, 9 f1.4, 17 f1.8, 25 f1.2, 45 f1.8, 75 f1.8
  • Godox TT860ii
  • Two Godox AD200
  • Two Godox AD600
  • Various equipment for professional headshots