How To Film Weddings is a wedding videography educational podcast hosted by John Bunn (John Bunn Films, 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.
291. Finding Financial Freedom w/ David Reynosa of Forestry Films // How To Film Weddings Podcast
This week on the How to Film Weddings podcast, we're not talking about gear, we're not talking about editing, or shooting...we're talking about money. Your money...do you have enough of it, are you saving for retirement? David Reynosa of Forestry Films joins the show to share his financial journey as a wedding filmmaker and drops some investing nuggets that we know you're going to love.
Check out David's Profitable Filmmaker Course here:
Finding Clients That Like YOUR Style w/ Salt & Pine Films
In a world full of copy and paste styles, Paola & Jesse Manfra of Salt & Pine Films lean into finding couples that want to book them because of their style. This week on the show John and Nick sit down with the husband and wife team to find out more about the journey, branding, and how too much of a good thing can actually be a bad thing.
Setting Creative Goals with Megan Edgemond
This week on the podcast John chats with with Megan Edgemond of Salt Rock Studios. From her East Coast roots to making waves in the bustling creative community of Los Angeles, Megan shares her experiences, challenges, and the lessons she's learned along the way.
🎙 Episode Highlights:
Megan's early inspirations and her love affair with the camera. The transition from music to wedding videography. The power of networking and building genuine relationships in the industry. Investing in oneself and the importance of continuous learning. Megan's insights into the luxury wedding market and her aspirations for the future. 🔗 Mentioned Links:
How to Film Weddings Outsourcing Salt Rock Studios 📌 Connect with Megan Edgemond:
Instagram: @SaltRock.Studios Website: Salt Rock Studios
The How To Film Weddings Mission
In this episode of the podcast we share our journey of creating content, building a community, and the challenges we've encountered. We emphasize the significance of taking imperfect action, valuing community over competition, and our dedication to uplifting and supporting wedding filmmakers. We open up about our experiences, hurdles, and the invaluable lessons we've gathered, offering listeners a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the heart of our brand.
Taking Your Color Grading to the Next Level
This week John and Nick are nerding out on all things color grading...we're talking about the theory behind your color grade, practical tips to improving your color and 6 tips to take it all to the next level.
We are also super pumped to announce our new lut pack that we've created with Gamut! Check it out here: howtofilmweddings.com/luts
3 Ways To Improve the Quality of Your Wedding Films
This week on the How To Film Weddings podcast Blake Pollino joins John to share their journey working together and 3 different ways they have seen the quality of their films increase over time. Get ready to change your films and change your business!
Join us this week at the Calibrate workshop, get your ticket for the online event here: howtofilmweddings.com/calibrate
The BEST PODCAST!
The amount of information you get from this podcast is unreal! John and Nick break down each topic and hep you understand everything you need to know! Looking forward to getting to know them more in Mastermind this year!!
Used to be extremely helpful
First off, John and Nick do an incredible job of elevating the wedding film industry and educating and training other filmmakers. However, within the past 1-2 years this podcast has taken a more brand-centered tone. It feels like nearly every single podcast episode is trying to sell you on something they sell, whether it be their courses, Mastermind group, etc. Which is fine. I know John and Nick are ultimately trying to point people toward these paid methods of education, which I’m sure are beneficial, but if you’re looking for a podcast that will inform and educate, listen to the first 150 episodes or so and then move on.
Listen to the back Catalog First
Their first year or two was definitely the best and most helpful.