Zeb Films

PRO+ Member
Member since: 16 May, 2019
Category:Videographer

About

Noa-Zeb has been shooting weddings and events around the world for the past 10 years.
Maui Native, Noa-Zeb has combined his love for Hawaii with his passion for filmmaking. "Being able to capture these moments in such a beautiful setting, while creating a meaningful and everlasting film for my clients, is nothing but amazing." - Noa-Zeb

How did you get into the wedding industry?

We used to make movies for fun when we where kids. A few friends asked for us to shoot their weddings. From there we got introduced to wedding professionals and coordinators. It’s all history after that.

Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?

It would have to be the time I brought my second shooter on his first wedding. He was working as a mechanic at the time and was not happy with the way his life was going. I asked if he’d like to come with me on a wedding to see what I do. He now works for me as well as having his own business and has discovered his new passion for filmmaking.

What equipment do you use?

We use two canon1dx mark II’s. They have huge file sizes when recording 4K but I’ve become a huge fan of editing with 4K. My computer may say otherwise but I’ve learned what it takes to edit in this capacity.

All of our lenses are Canon besides two Sigma Art lenses.

We use a free fly MōVI M5 for most of our camera movement shots. It’s been a great tool and is very easy to get what I need, especially with the dual pixel autofocus.

All of our audio gear is a mix of Rode, Sennheiser, Tascam and Zoom products.

For lighting we use Torch LED’s from Switronix

Our tripods and monopods are Manfrotto.

What's your favorite part of the wedding day? Why?

It usually is the speeches or the vows as it usually gets the most emotional then. I’m always looking for a good cryer 😂

Favorite Book

Green eggs and ham.

Favorite Quote

Be formless, like water. - Bruce Lee

Any advice for Brides and Grooms?

Get ready for the best day of your life.

Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?

Stay focused on your goals but remember it’s the clients day not yours.