Monday, August 24, 2009

Animation Test: Stop Motion Wedding Rings

Here's something a little different for a wedding film opening sequence that I've been working on in my head. I was finally able to film it the other day. It's still in it's infancy, when I get to shoot it again, it will be sooo much better. Here's the concept so far:

stop motion animation rings test from alan silva on Vimeo.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

A Downtown Sacramento Wedding Film

Alan here! Amber and I have been to countless weddings and we have a way of knowing how much in love the bride and groom really are. Stephanie and Conrad ranks really high up there and it truly shows in this short wedding film. From their intimate wedding at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament to their awesome Hyatt Regency reception led by Music on the Move, this couple's marriage will truly last a lifetime! Special thanks to Adriel for assisting me on this one. Congratulations Stephanie and Conrad on your timeless and gorgeous wedding!

A Downtown Sacramento Wedding Film from alan silva on Vimeo.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Madeeha and Toheed's Wedding Summary

Presenting an honest to goodness, all natural, no artificial flavoring with a dash of curry - video summary of Madeeha and Toheed in the beautiful Radisson Hotel here in Sacramento, CA.

Madeeha and Toheed's Bollywood Reception from alan silva on Vimeo.

Monday, August 3, 2009

Hollywood Style Movie Posters is the in thing....

Alan here, I keep getting positive comments and..... orders from current, and past brides with our latest offering, Hollywood Style movie posters ($300- museum quality mat and frame ready for display) from your engagement or wedding photos! Here's the latest and greatest one that I just designed. Thanks Amber for the awesome photos that I got to pick from! Click here to see more delicious movie poster samples.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

My Good Day Sacramento 5 Seconds of Fame

Alan here, I had the pleasure of doing a portrait painting of one of the news reporters and his dad who came to visit him all the way from Chicago. The TV producers called me if I could come in and paint a portrait of them as a souvenir from the Good Day Staff. Even with my super busy schedule, I had to say yes for some free TV time! Our son Michael got really excited to see my face on TV - that made it all worth it for me! Here's the final product which I only had 3 hours to complete... this normally takes me at least 5 hours or more... boy was I stressed.

Good Day Sacramento, Event Painting from alan silva on Vimeo.