A House Forever / Longhi Architects

first_img A House Forever / Longhi Architects Projects Photographs photographs:  Juan SolanoPhotographs:  Juan Solano Ojasi + 31 Share Year:  ArchDaily Peru “COPY” Area:  550 m² Area:  550 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Housescenter_img Architects: Longhi Architects Area Area of this architecture project 2013 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/435294/a-house-forever-longhi-architects Clipboard CopyAbout this officeLonghi ArchitectsOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLimaHousesPeruPublished on October 08, 2013Cite: “A House Forever / Longhi Architects” 08 Oct 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogPartitionsSkyfoldChoosing the Skyfold Wall for Your SpaceGlass3MGlass Finish – FASARA™ GeometricShower ColumnshansgroheShoulder ShowersPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesMorin Corp.Metal Wall Systems – ExposedStonesCosentinoSurfaces – Dekton® Stonika SeriesConcrete FloorsSikaIndustrial Floor CoatingsHanging LampsLouis PoulsenPendant Lights – KeglenDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame SlopeThermalSchöckMinimizing Thermal Bridges in BalconiesWindowspanoramah!®ah! Ultra MinimalistEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreWork ChairsDynamobelWork Chair – SLAT 16More products »Read commentsSave想阅读文章的中文版本吗?永久性住宅 / Longhi Architects是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/435294/a-house-forever-longhi-architects Clipboard CopyConstruction:Arch. Hector SuasnabarSupervision:Longhi ArquitectosPrincipal In Charge:Arch. Luis LonghiProject Team:Arch. Carla Tamariz, Arch. Christian BottgerCity:LimaCountry:PeruMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Juan SolanoText description provided by the architects. When a young couple came to my office to commission the design and construction of a house where they would live forever, I knew I had in my hands a great opportunity to continue in my search of ancestral contemporary architecture. In that moment, I was ready to dedicate exclusive time to interpret their dreams in order to create a “container of life”.Save this picture!© Juan SolanoMy vision for a special house was confirmed when I went to the site for the first time and realized that it was already occupied by an old house where the couple was living with their two children. Then, the task was to demolish the material but keeping the spirit, in order to replace the old construction for a “House for Ever”Save this picture!PlanThe metaphor for the design was to imagine that a big ancestral rock was foundin the site andneeded to be carved in order to accommodate the living spaces.Save this picture!© Juan SolanoThis “black carved stone”would be occupied by a 4 car garage, service patio, maid’s quarters and pool baths in the basement; kitchen, dining and living spaces in the first floor. The carving of the spaces would generate interesting “built in” furniture with strong texture to be assorted with other natural and artificial materials in order fortheallegorystone to remain as natural as possible to eventually be perceived as part of the owner’s desired garden.Save this picture!© Juan SolanoTo complete the composition, the blackstone base supports four cantilever volumescontaining the intimate rooms,as the“white floating stones “once ambitioned by the client.Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow lessAn Interview with Magda Mostafa: Pioneer in Autism DesignArticles’London As It Could Be Now’: Reconnecting Londoners with the Tidal ThamesArchitecture News Share A House Forever / Longhi ArchitectsSave this projectSaveA House Forever / Longhi ArchitectsSave this picture!© Juan SolanoHouses•Lima, Peru Year:  2013last_img read more

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Call for Ching Cheong’s release in the absence of proof

first_img Organisation Follow the news on China ChinaAsia – Pacific April 24, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Call for Ching Cheong’s release in the absence of proof Reporters Without Borders announced today that it is supporting the appeal for Ching Cheong’s immediate and unconditional release that was published on 22 April – the first anniversary of his arrest – in two of the leading Hong Kong dailies under the headline: “No evidence, free Ching Cheong!” China’s Cyber ​​Censorship Figures Democracies need “reciprocity mechanism” to combat propaganda by authoritarian regimes RSF_en Reporters Without Borders announced today that it is supporting the appeal for Ching Cheong’s immediate and unconditional release that was published on 22 April – the first anniversary of his arrest – in two of the leading Hong Kong dailies under the headline: “No evidence, free Ching Cheong!”The Hong Kong-based China correspondent of the Singapore-based Straits Times newspaper, Ching Cheong faces a possible death sentence on a charge of spying although the Chinese authorities have produced no evidence against him.Reporters Without Borders has signed this appeal and is backing the campaign by the Hong Kong Journalists Association for his release. The press freedom organisation also has a petition that can be signed on its own website, at: http://www.rsf.org/article.php3?id_article=13970Ching was arrested on 22 April 2005 while on his way to the southern city of Guangzhou. Several sources have said he was seeking documents about former Communist Party of Chinaleader Zhao Ziyang, who died in January 2005 while still under house arrest for negotiating with pro-democracy protesters in 1989. Ching’s wife, Mary Lau, thinks an intermediary set a trap for him.The Chinese foreign ministry issued a statement on 31 May 2005 alleging that Ching was a spy in the pay of foreign agencies. It said: “Ching Cheong has admitted that he followed instructions from foreign intelligence agencies in recent years, undertook intelligence gathering activities in China and received large amounts for his spying expenses.” The Straits Times said it was shocked by the allegations.Ching has a British National Overseas passport of the kind issued to citizens of Hong Kong, a former British colony. He also has residency in Singapore. June 2, 2021 Find out more to go further News April 27, 2021 Find out more ChinaAsia – Pacific News Help by sharing this information News Receive email alerts News March 12, 2021 Find out more China: Political commentator sentenced to eight months in prisonlast_img read more

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Blue Hill runner wins Wilbur’s Run

first_imgBLUE HILL — Some 100 runners participated in the Blue Hill YMCA’s third annual Wilbur’s Run on Saturday at the Blue Hill Fair.Phil Lebreton, 43, of Blue Hill placed first overall in the 5K with a time of 17 minutes and 48 seconds.Haley Harwood, 26, of Portland was the first female finisher (22:08).Find photos of the race here.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textDivision winners are listed below:Female age 0-12: Freja Johnson, 9, of Seattle (34:38).Male age 0-12: Louis Walker, 12, of Freeport (21:54).Female age 13-19: Cassidy Bulleman, 14, of Brooksville (36:01).Male age 13-19: Evan A Merchant, 14, of Beals (18:39).Female age 20-29: Sarah Tapley, 28, of Ellsworth (30:01).Male age 20-29: Ryan Lowell, 32, of Portland (20:13).Female age 30-39: Trish Newcomb, 36, of Blue Hill (26:27).Male age 30-39: Chris Veilleux, 34, of Brighton (18:46).Female age 40-49: Melisa Walker, 45, of Freeport (24:05).Male age 40-49: Rob Shea, 42, of Ellsworth (18:28).Female age 50-59: Janet Feldman, 57, of Brooklin (22:23).Male age 50-59: Chris Lanigan, 53, of Ellsworth (23:35).Female age 60-69: Isabel Karl, 63, of Blue Hill (27:58).Male age 60-69: Bob Tapley, 61, of Blue Hill (24:19).Male age 70+: Lloyd Harmon, 74, of Ellsworth (25:16).last_img read more

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Former Mayor Callman Dies at 95

first_imgBy Rick MalwitzCharles S. CallmanRUMSON – Charles S. Callman, who served the borough of Rumson in scores of capacities, including two stints as mayor, died Monday, July 30, at his home at the age of 95, with his family at his side.“The borough was his hobby,’’ said his wife Lee Callman. “He just had this tremendous love for everything Rumson.“He loved the people, especially those whose families lived here forever and ever – the police, the firemen, the first aid squad, the people who’d lived here their whole lives,’’ Lee Callman said.In 1998, though he tried to talk the borough council out of it, the municipal courtroom at borough hall was named the Charles S. Callman Hall.However, he was more familiar to many as Chillie Callman, a nickname he got as a boy, when a classmate had trouble pronouncing Charles.Callman was born in 1917 in Bronxville, N.Y. His father, who earned degrees from Dartmouth College and MIT, taught him the value of education. Callman graduated from The Lawrenceville School and Princeton University.During World War II he worked at a munitions factory on Long Island, and when he and his wife moved to their present home in 1986, he survived a scare that Lee Callman is able to laugh at today.He discovered a suspicious shell in his belongings and called the police. Soon police and firemen arrived at his home and the shell was taken gingerly from the garage by workers in hazmat gear. “It was a dud,’’ Lee Callman said.Alex Williamson, a television producer in Los Angeles, remembered the man he called “Uncle Chillie” as someone who “loved a joke and had a mind like a steel trap.”Williamson said his father, the late George Wiliamson, considered Callman his mentor and best friend. The two were Princeton graduates and both worked in the financial industry.Some of Williamson’s fondest childhood memories were of Callman giving him a ride in one of his red English convertible sports cars. “I’m riding in the car with the man who’s the mayor and my godfather, andI feel so important.”Alex’s mother, Gay Williamson, recalled how she and her husband George often traveled with the Callmans. “I can still picture Chillie and George in a sailboat in the Barbados making up limericks,” she said.Callman retired as a vice president of Kidder, Peabody & Co. of New York. He established his first residence in Rumson in 1947, and helped shape not only the borough but the surrounding area.He was an original member of the Two Rivers Council of Mayors that included mayors from Rumson and 11 surrounding communities.Callman was elected to the council in 1958 and held the office until becoming mayor in 1962. He served his first term as mayor until 1967 and then served as chairman of the Rumson Planning Board from 1968 until Jan. 1, 1974, when he was again asked to rejoin the governing body as a councilman. He later served as mayor from 1989 until his retirement from public life in 2003.During his second tenure as mayor, Ann Rossbach served on the Rumson-Fair Haven Board of Education.“Whenever we, the board, and the mayor met, he was always asking questions about the students,” Rossbach said. “He always wanted to know about any issue, ‘Is it good for the children?’ He always wanted to know how an issue affected the taxpayer, but he was most interested in the students.”Lee Callman likened her husband’s style in public life to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. She said that he had the same blunt and honest way of telling the truth.In September 2003, the borough council adopted a “Resolution of Appreciation” to honor Callman. The resolution said his “record of public service speaks for itself. He is the most dedicated, extraordinary volunteer public servant in the history of the Borough. Chillie Callman’s dedication and love for Rumson and its residents are unequalled; his integrity, courageous leadership, intelligence, compassion and sense of humor have earned him the great respect and affection of his colleagues, the Borough employees, the volunteer Fire Department and First Aid Squad and the residents of Rumson…”Callman was a past president of the Forrestdale School PTA and an elder of the First Presbyterian Church of Rumson. He was a member of the Rumson Zoning Board of Adjustment and a longtime member of the Borough Planning Board. He was the first chairman of the Rumson Conservation Commission and was also the chairman of the Municipal Public Service Coordinating Committee, which was formed years ago to represent Rumson and seven neighboring towns in public utility and transportation matters. Callman was also the first Rumson representative to the Navesink River Munici­pality Committee, which was created to safeguard the Navesink and Shrewsbury rivers.Callman was very proud to be an honorary member of the Rumson First Aid Squad and the Oceanic Hook and Ladder Fire Company.He was a member of the Rumson Country Club, the Sea Bright Beach Club, the Sea Bright Lawn Tennis & Cricket Club, The Root Beer and Checkers Club, The Fat Men, the YMCA in Red Bank, the Rumson Ramp Club and the Pistol Club.Chillie Callman was predeceased by his parents and his first wife Portia.In addition to his wife, Callman is survived by his children, Patricia and Peter Morse, Charles S. “Chuck” Callman, Jr., Portia “Midge” Murphy, Amy Johnson Swanson and husband John, Elizabeth Ann “E.A.” Buck and husband Michael Norman, Raymond F. Johnson, III; and eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.Visitation will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 13, at the Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St. Red Bank. The funeral service will be 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14, a.m. at St. George’s-by-the-River Church, 7 Lincoln Ave., Rumson. Burial will be private.In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made in his memory to the First Presby­terian Church of Rumson, the Rumson EMS or to St. George’s-by-the-River Church.last_img read more

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Nelson Cyswog’n’Fun Sprint Distance Results

first_img      Pos     Time    Team Name                               Place/Total Category              ——– ——- ————————————— ————————–          1     1:28:58 Splash, Flash, and Dash                   1/9   Open Team                 2     1:34:25 Paris-HK Connection                       2/9   Open Team                  3     1:36:41 The young and the tasteless        3/9   Open Team                   4     1:41:15 CD Fitz                                   4/9   Open Team                   5     1:41:18 The 2 relics                              5/9   Open Team                   6     1:43:28 The Molnar’s                              6/9   Open Team                   7     1:49:34 Hazel’s Team                              7/9   Open Team                   8     2:00:03 David and Daniel racing together          8/9   Open Team 34th Annual Nelson Cyswog ‘N’ Fun            Sprint Distance Individual Results      (0.5 Km Swim – 22 Km Bike – 5 Km Run)     ——-FINAL—- ———————– ————- ——————- —-                                                                 Category                  –      Pos     Time    Name                    City          Plc/Total Category       ——– ——- ———————– ————- ——————-          1     1:07:20 Solen WOOD              Lethbridge     1/2   Men 16-17              2     1:11:38 Michael OGLOFF          Salmon Arm     1/3   Men 30-34              3     1:18:41 Charlie STEWART         Hong Kong      2/2   Men 16-17              4     1:19:32 D. STEVENSON-WADE  Kelowna   1/5   Women 40-44             5     1:20:20 Timothy OLSON           Plains         1/9   Men 50-59               6     1:23:07 Lisa BARNES             Cranbrook      1/4   Women 30-34             7     1:23:16 Curtis SCHREIBER        Kelowna        2/9   Men 50-59              8     1:23:24 Scott CARR              Burnaby        1/6   Men 40-49              9     1:23:52 Jason DOSDALL           Calgary        2/6   Men 40-49             10     1:25:51 Lauren KOCH     Salmon Arm     2/4   Women 30-34           11     1:26:39 Alanna MACDONALD   P. George   1/2   Women 20-24           12     1:26:56 Kim JOLLYMORE       Kelowna        1/7   Women 55-59            13     1:27:23 Danita SCHREIBER     Kelowna        1/3   Women 50-54           14     1:27:32 Laura DAVIS             Calgary        1/6   Women 25-29           15     1:28:30 Wally COUSINS           South Slocan   3/6   Men 40-49             16     1:29:34 Rob PORTERFIELD         Calgary        1/2   Men 35-39            17     1:29:39 Rheannon BROOKS         Kitimat        3/4   Women 30-34         18     1:30:17 Dave HRABCHUK           Vernon         4/6   Men 40-49              19     1:30:34 Jim WERNHAM             Winnipeg       3/9   Men 50-59              20     1:30:41 Darren BEUTEL           Nelson         4/9   Men 50-59               21     1:30:57 Evan CESCON             Rossland       1/1   Men 25-29              22     1:31:59 Shane PEARSALL          Calgary        5/9   Men 50-59             23     1:32:40 Robert SIMMERLING       Nelson         1/3   Men 60-64            24     1:32:49 Brent RUNNETT           Didsbury       6/9   Men 50-59             25     1:32:53 Shannon PRICE           Trail          1/5   Women 35-39          26     1:34:06 Tony BEUTEL             Nelson         5/6   Men 40-49             27     1:34:51 Kim IRVING              Nelson         2/7   Women 55-59            28     1:35:22 James STEWART           Hong Kong      2/3   Men 60-64          29     1:35:43 Jason HENDREN           Kelowna        6/6   Men 40-49             30     1:36:15 Alison ROSSEL           North Van   2/5   Women 40-44         31     1:36:27 Paul MCCREEDY           Nelson         7/9   Men 50-59             32     1:37:05 Mark SCHMUTZ            Fruitvale      8/9   Men 50-59             33     1:37:57 Larry OTTEWELL          Calgary        2/3   Men 30-34             34     1:38:21 Kate BRADLEY            Salmo          2/5   Women 35-39           35     1:38:36 Tyler RICE              Nelson         2/2   Men 35-39             36     1:38:39 Kristen SPEARMAN        Nelson         2/6   Women 25-29         37     1:40:08 Erendira SILVA          Vancouver      3/6   Women 25-29           38     1:40:45 Cheryl MUELLER          Nelson         3/7   Women 55-59           39     1:40:50 Dale FROMBERG    Kelowna        4/7   Women 55-59           40     1:42:01 Laura HALEY             Kitimat        3/5   Women 35-39        Sprint Distance Team Resultscenter_img     ——-FINAL—- —————————————last_img read more

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Garda warning after driver caught speeding at 137kph in thick fog

first_imgGardai have issued a warning after a novice driver was caught speeding at 137kph last night in thick fog.Members of the Buncrana Road Policing Unit detected the driver driving at a speed of 137kph in a 100kph zone on the Letterkenny to Derry Road.The driver will appear before the local courts in the coming weeks. A Garda spokesman appealed to drivers to take care, especially in challenging driving conditions.“Please be careful on the roads. Road conditions from this time of the year onwards can be unpredictable.“Please use the fog lights on your car in foggy conditions and most importantly…..adhere to the speed limit,” the spokesperson added.Garda warning after driver caught speeding at 137kph in thick fog was last modified: November 12th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Czech, Danish victories at MTB World Champs

first_img1 July 2014Pietermaritzburg’s reputation as Africa’s “Bike City” was enhanced on the weekend after the KwaZulu-Natal capital successfully hosted the 2014 UCI MTB Marathon World Championships.Previously the city hosted the UCI MTB and Trials World Championships, the UCI BMX World Championships, various UCI MTB and BMX World Cups, and the UCI World Cycling Tour final among other major events to much acclaim.On Saturday, the Czech Republic’s Jaroslav Kulhavy and Denmark’s Annika Langvad lifted the men’s and women’s world champions’ titles with dominating performances on designer Nic Floros’s course.Kulhavy, the 2012 London Olympic Games cross-country gold medallist, said it was a thrill to add the world marathon title to his list of outstanding achievements.‘Very happy’“I am very happy because it was the last title that I didn’t have and really wanted to get,” he said in a post-race interview. “Today was a big day for me and I was really satisfied because this season hasn’t been that good for me. I was injured and had a lot of technical problems at cross-country races, so it was really satisfying to win.”The race was characterised by a constant jostling of positions as the riders attempted to close the gap on Kulhavy, but the Specialized Racing rider showed good form to stave off the attacks.“My race went to plan, even though it was really hard,” Kulhavy said. “I decided to attack after the fifth feed zone on the downhill and got a minute gap. I pushed hard to the finish after that and didn’t look back.”Second place went to Austria’s Alban Lakata, who said Kulhavy was “unbeatable” on the day. Defending champion Christoph Sauser had to settle for third place after a mechanical problem cost him valuable time.Leading South AfricanThe leading South African finisher was James Reid, who crossed the line in 17th position, just ahead of his compatriot Rourke Croeser.“It was brutal out there. It was a straight out sufferfest from the gun,” Reid said afterwards.“I didn’t have a great grid position, but I managed to get into the top 10 in the first three kilometres, which was about the highlight.The guys in the top 10 are in a different league and if you try and go with them you are going to be a firework, which I just avoided,’ he added.Women’s raceLangvad, who had claimed the women’s title in the Absa Cape Epic with Ariane Kleinhans earlier in the year, finished more than five minutes ahead of Germany’s Sabine Spitz to secure her third world marathon title in four years.“This win is just awesome,” Langvad said afterwards. “My previous two wins I wasn’t really expecting at all, but this time I knew I could win and so I put a bit more pressure on myself around. So to have come here and got the win despite that little bit of added pressure, is really pleasing.“I didn’t expect to win so comfortably in the end, though,’ she added with a smile.The Danish star sought to stamp her authority on the race from the start and the decisive move came just after the first tech zone.‘I loved every minute’“As I got closer to the finish line and I got told I had a good gap, I just said to myself ‘Okay, no mistakes now. Just get down safely and you’ve got the World Championships title again’ and it was just amazing. I loved every minute of it.”The experienced German Sabine Spitz claimed the silver medal, with European champion Tereza Hurikova of the Czech Republic in third.SA women in top 10South African national marathon champ Robyn de Groot had an excellent day in the saddle, finishing in sixth place, while Jeannie Dreyer, competing on her birthday, finished in a strong eighth place and was the second South African across the finishing line.SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

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Masca – Los Gigantes – Masca – a real adventure — Geocache of the Week

first_imgMulti-CacheGC10A3Tby lacruz18 Continue to explore some of the most amazing geocaches around the world.Check out all of the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, fill out this form.Share with your Friends:More Location:Islas Canarias, SpainN 28° 18.089′ W 016° 50.411′ The Masca Gorge is a Nature Conservation ZoneSome Multi-Caches are quick grabs that you can find during your lunch break, while others are much more labor intensive, taking you through multiple neighborhoods, around winding forests, or even requiring a drive to a different city. This T5 Multi-Cache, located in Spain’s Canary Islands, will send you on a three-hour long trek through a basaltic ravine to an isolated beach.The journey begins in Masca, a small mountain village on the island of Tenerife. Home to only 90 inhabitants, the village is situated 650 meters (2130 feet) above sea level in the Macizo de Teno mountains.The town of Masca lies deep in the Macizo de Teno mountainsAs you pass through the gorge to the first and second waypoints, you’ll meander over trickling streams, duck through tunnels made of volcanic rock, and admire the wide varieties of plants that flourish in the ravine’s microclimates. The enormous cliffs that form the ravine, known as Acantilados de Los Gigantes (“Cliffs of the Giants”), were formed 5 to 7 million years ago by volcanic lava flows and guide you on your journey to the ocean.The end of the arduous journey is the picturesque Playa de Masca. If you packed a picnic, you can enjoy it on the rocks after cooling off in the waters of the Masca Bay. This area of the Atlantic Ocean is popular among divers for its exceptional marine wildlife.At last, the final destination: the Playa de Masca!After finding the cache, the most ambitious geocachers will turn back and make the long journey back up the ravine to the starting point. For the rest of us, there are taxi boats offering regular rides back to the village nearby. Before embarking on your journey, be sure to stock up on water, snacks, and other necessities, as there are no convenience stores along the way.The walk to the cache is gorge-ous!Keep an eye out for some of these muggles who may be around to greet you on your journey! 1234<> SharePrint RelatedTop 10 Geocaches of the Week 2017December 27, 2017In “Geocache of the Week”GeoTour Azores (GT6F)November 13, 2018In “GeoTours”Geocaching country souvenir: ArgentinaDecember 4, 2017In “Community” Difficulty:4Terrain:5last_img read more

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Beautiful Music for Successful Wedding Videos

first_imgWhen it comes to wedding videos, making sure you have the right music at hand can make all the difference.Any time you sign up to film a client’s wedding, it’s a pretty big responsibility to take on. After all, it’s your work that’ll shape the couple’s perception of their special day for years to come. So getting it right is kind of a big deal!To make a truly professional wedding video, seasoned videographers will tell you that it’s a matter of preparation. Gear and shot checklists are tools of the trade that can ensure you’re ready to capture the big day on film. And choosing wedding-appropriate assets in advance, like Light Leaks and transition effects, means that you won’t be scrambling to get your video done by the deadline.And finally, there’s one key wedding video ingredient that you should always keep in mind: the music.Think of wedding video music like the icing on the (wedding) cake: the final touch that can make all the difference. The right track can give your work emotional impact and help drive your video’s narrative forward. Whether going for formal and elegant or playful and lighthearted, it’s your musical choices that will help to set your video’s tone.To make sure that you’re prepared on the musical front too, we’ve compiled a playlist of ideal, royalty free tunes; the perfect soundtrack for a slo-mo walk down the aisle or for an upbeat wedding reception montage.Each track has been handpicked from the PremiumBeat music library. And with a PremiumBeat standard license, you won’t need to worry about copyright issues.To make sure that you’re ready for your next wedding video, check out our ultimate guide for wedding video production, too. It’s packed with expert advice and free downloads (including gear and shot lists) that’ll help you put together a memento that your clients will cherish forever.last_img read more

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