How To Film Weddings is a wedding videography educational podcast hosted by John Bunn (Redeemed Productions, Tulsa OK) and Nick Miller (Wild Oak Films, Wichita KS).
John & Nick have learned a lot about what to do (and what not to do) as wedding film-makers. Our goal is to come along side wedding videographers and help them create better wedding films and succeed in business.
Doubling Your Income In One Year
This week we interview Kailina Erickson of Roots & Wings Films and Aaron Guerrero of Two Arrow Films. What do these two have in common you might ask? Both of these great wedding filmmakers have been through the Complete Wedding Videography Course. They share how it is has changed their business, what type of success they've seen since taking the course, and why they think it's a great investment for your business.
Creating Story Based Films with Pen Weddings
Rick and Sarah of Pen Weddings return to the podcast to talk about how they film on wedding days with their story based editing process in mind. Rick and Sarah also do a little show and tell and teach us all about what the wedding film world looked like back in the days of tape to tape.
Dealing With Creative Burnout with BLNK Films
We're super excited to have Kathryn Majic of BLNK Films back on the podcast this week to discuss her newest film that has taken the wedding film industry by storm. She breaks down her approach to creating her latest film and we get deep into how it impacted her personally and how she's handled creative burnout.
Why You Should Be Using Instagram Reels with Alesia Films
Reels are the real deal...for real. This week on the podcast we learn all the best Instagram Reel tricks from Alesia of Alesia Films, how to grow your personal brand as a videographer, and use the word reel entirely too many times.
A Deep Dive With Rachel & Who Is Matt Johnson
This week's episode is a little different...we sit down with Matt and Rachel Johnson to dive deep into how they run their business as a married couple, their rise to YouTube fame, Matt's beardless emo phase, and much, much, more.
Things have changed lately. HTFW started in 2018, and has become one of the largest groups on the planet for wedding filmmakers. But with that growth comes some pain. And to be honest, we are quite upset.
Recently, in the HTFW Facebook group we have seen some trolls, as the group has grown. Nick and John sit down to remind everyone of the vision of HTFW, and get honest with where things are going. If you are committed to this group, you need to listen to this episode.