Filming Your Pre-Wedding Video at Langkawi Island Malaysia

Filming what happens before your wedding is a great way to document everyone’s feelings and the atmosphere. A lot of couples hire someone to film their wedding ceremony and their reception but few people think of having someone film what happens just before the wedding. Filming as much of that day as possible will help you keep these memories fresh in your mind as the years go by. Watching your wedding and your pre-wedding videos truly is a magical way of connecting with your spouse and with your family.

WherestheFish Wedding video recommends Langkawi Island, Malaysia as the ideal setting for your pre-wedding video. You will find some amazing landscapes on the island while having access to all the amenities you need to make your guests comfortable. Filming your pre-wedding video on the island will capture the unique atmosphere and exoticism of your destination wedding while providing you, your significant other and your guests with an amazing background for your pre-wedding activities.

beautiful Langkawi sunset
Ask yourself what kind of pre-wedding video you would like to have as a keepsake. If you want to remember the way you felt just before exchanging vows and marrying the person you love, work with the wedding video professional you hire to put together a video where you, your significant other and your guests talk to the camera or answer a few questions. You can also opt for a much shorter video that shows everyone having fun and sharing drinks. Some couples would rather have a professional film them while they get ready for the wedding. Take the time to think of an idea that reflects who you are as a couple and that will make your pre-wedding video a good keepsake you will want to watch again over the years.
You should talk to your significant other and to your guests to get a better idea of the kind of pre-wedding video they would want to film. They will probably help you come up with some original ideas. Talk to the professional you hire to film your video and give them a good idea of what you want. Be as specific as possible so that the person you hire can put together a video that truly reflects who you are as a couple. The professional you hire will probably want to ask you a few questions to get to know you better.Langkawi beach
Decide whether or not you want to have someone film everything before your wedding or schedule a specific time and place for filming. Even though professionals are very discreet and will not get in the way of your pre-wedding activities, having someone film you and your guests at all time can feel intrusive and make it difficult for everyone to act naturally.

If you would rather have some privacy, schedule a time and a place where a shorter video will be filmed. The professional you hire to film your pre-wedding video will also edit it. Let them know what kind of style and atmosphere you are looking for. If you have any specific requests for a soundtrack or some opening credits for your video, share all this information with the professional you hire in advance.

Make sure they will be able to edit the video to create something you will love. Ask if you can see some of the videos and they have filmed and edited in the past to get a better idea of what they can do.

Pre-wedding video shoot
Filming a pre-wedding video in Langkawi Island Malaysia will provide you with an amazing keepsake of your destination wedding. Take the time to think about what kind of video you want and hire someone who is experienced.

Keep A Tourist Destination Clean With These Tips

In order to keep a tourist destination clean, the focus must be not just during the off-season but also the season as well. Sure, you can’t get all the traffic to behave and keep the environment clean, but the city and locals can stay on the ball!

I live in a tourist town, and they just got done going through the beaches with volunteers to clean all the trash and cigarette butts off the beach. They also clean the streets around here, and they are starting to pick up the pace. It’s hard to keep a city clean when millions of tourists hit it hard each year.

One thing I’ve noticed is that the entire city can easily get worn out and collectively just “give up.” You can see it in the way they act and how they view their jobs and everything. It’s tiring, and they get burnt out. They just let the tourists run all over everything, and then they lethargically clean up the mess afterward.

kuala lumpur city centre

There is a different approach that can be taken. It’s a cycle that can benefit everyone. Welcome the tourists with a smile and with a clean place. While you encourage them to keep things clean, they will do their thing. But, they are spending money! Enthusiastically and collectively as a community, clean up the mess as it happens.

As you welcome more and more people to a cleaner place, they are going to be less likely to mess things up for you. You see, the atmosphere contributes to the way people act. If you let things get beat up and you allow the dirt and debris to collect during the season, it’s just going to get worse.

Staying on top of things is the best thing you can do. Another thing I have noticed around here is while things are set up for tourists, there needs to be even more of a “nudge” to help them keep the environment clean. More places for people to put out cigarette butts need to be in proper spots.

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While this may not seem ideal, I’m not talking about putting them just everywhere. There just needs to be more around here so that less of them end up on the ground and floating everywhere. Hotels and resorts need to have better security camera systems, and so do some of the places around here.

There are all kinds of things you can do to help ensure tourist spots stay clean. The actual sight of cleaning crews during the season helps promote other people to stay clean. They see others doing it, and they are reminded to feel the same way. Furthermore, it also makes them feel guilty about being messy.

Volunteer programs are great, and I have seen them work around here. The community wants to pull together to keep the place clean. It’s just easier when you do it throughout the year, and not just during the off-season when the mess is great and everyone is gone.