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maddietoph

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Here at The Silver Screen, we pride ourselves on covering your day fully and editing it together so you have a movie of your day!  It’s about movie length of one and half hours to two hours all nicely edited together.  Our company is big on details, including your guests, family, details of the ceremony and reception, as well as …

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mallorymarcus1

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We absolutely love our job.  We get to record our couple’s lives so that they can watch them again and again and fall in love all over again.   Our 11th year in business was this year and we look forward to our 12th year in 2017.  Why do I mention anniversaries of The Silver Screen?  Because that is 11 …

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flowers

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At The Silver Screen, we know that you’ve spent a lot of time, effort and love picking the details that go into your Omaha wedding day.  And we love to film them!  Here is a shout out to Creative Fleurs and Lillian and her lovely flowers for Tom and Kristin’s wedding day. https://www.facebook.com/Creative-Fleurs-114023582078906/ www.aviewvenues.com

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mehndi4

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Editing an extraordinary Indian Hindu wedding weekend of Angel and Steve!   Part of the tradition is during the mehndi (putting henna on the bride’s hands and feet) is hiding the groom’s name or initials in the intricate design.  Can you find the groom’s name in the photo?  The henna is dabbed with lemon juice to deepen the red color …

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thinkMotionFacebookIntro

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We’ve been doing professional Omaha videography and editing since 2005 and in 2016 our commercial side became thinkMOTION.  For commercial, corporate, event, branded content, and video editing in Omaha, check out our sister site if you are looking for our Omaha Video Company and Omaha video editing –  thinkMOTION.  

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blog photo bouquet closeup (2)

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‘A professional Omaha wedding video or wedding film will have excellent sound, good filming technique, and skilled filmmakers….’ I remember the first time I saw the flickering images of old 8mm film with no sound, showing images of my grandfather walking my mother down the aisle on her wedding day in 1969, her dark hair long with a gown made …

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