Wedding Video Goes to the Dogs

November 23, 2015

By RF Staff

Every wedding filmmaker brings a unique perspective to a project, especially when that filmmaker is a dog.

For a snowy wedding in the mountains of Tennessee, Josh and Addie Burnette decided their dog Ryder was on video duty so they strapped a GoPro to her back and set her loose. Here's how she did:

This isn't the first time we've seen photography from a dog's eye view. Nikon created a camera prototype for dogs that snaps photos whenever the dog gets excited.

Small cameras like GoPros and smaller ones like the Narrative Clip make it pretty easy to capture point-of-view footage from multiple wedding guests--even those with four legs and fur.

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