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I’m an Atlanta based professional photgrapher & filmmaker who brought production
companies Brevity Media Group & Soul of Wit Films
to Georgia in 2018 after nearly a decade in Los Angeles.
This shift follows a trend in filmmaking of an inspiring
permissiveness that’s rippling through the film &
media production industries in every conceivable way, such as wedding highlight film in Atlanta.
The last decade has seen a rampant increase in demand
for higher standards in both imaging and story.
This has ushered in a new era of ubiquity of
low-cost but high-quality cinema cameras with
superior imaging & increasing efficiency for
production on a smaller scale, built for companies
that simply couldn’t exist previously.
We truly are in the golden-age of filmmaking,
bound only by imagination. And perhaps time & budget.
But almost always, the most likely of impediments
to the making of great films is a lack of will.
We are top branding companies in Atlanta that is about bold vision executed with passion and care.
That’s not a pitch. It’s a mantra.
And for my part, therein lies the attraction.
Because it doesn’t matter whether you’re
developing content to sell a product or promote an idea-
if it’s authentically you, it can’t be wrong.
In fact, it’s probably exactly right.
CEO of Brevity Media Group
& Soul of Wit Films
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Giorgio grew up in the Middle East & Africa.
He received a BA in Drama from UVA &
his MFA in Acting from the UMKC.
He launched Soul of Wit Films in 2012
with filmmaking debut Waking Marshall Walker,
starring Sarah Drew of Grey’s Anatomy,
which screened at 40 film festivals worldwide.
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Together with Soul of Wit Films,
their films have won awards including
Best Director, Best Short & an Audience Award.
Giorgio launched Brevity Media Group in 2015 to bring
elements of the craft of successful narrative
documentary filmmaking to other markets including
wedding, corporate, lifestyle, portrait & real estate.
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Giorgio Litt is an Atlanta-based director, writer,
cinematographer, editor and colorist.
He’s certified by the FAA under part 107
for commercial drone operation.
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BEHIND THE SCENES
Here’s a little look under the hood.
we’ll Show you what’s working
we’ll let you know about changes we makE
So you’re in the loop.
“WE’LL ALWYS HAVE SMACK-DOWN”
•may 11, 2019•
I stammer to describe it, because Jenai and Paul's marriage was an event unlike any other we've captured. Partly because of the well-curated setting: the elegant design at King Plow in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, where glossy cement, candle light and raw brick was our canvas. And there's an old world charm that resonates there.
But what drew us in most were the players. Let me just say: Wow. From the private wedding party shoot, to the intimate ceremony, to the at times tender at times raucous reception, there was never a shortage of beauty and inspiration at every turn. And when it comes to wedding videography, that’s paramount.
Remember that time the two sides of the room challenged each other to group lyrical smackdown?
We do. Oh ya we do. "We'll always have smackdown."
Be well, lovebirds. Especially to each other.
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Wedding Coordination by: Golden Pineapple Weddings & Events
Photography by River West Photography
Florals & Decor by Bloom Designs
Cake, Cheese, and Catering Services by Bold Events
Band by Ultimate Sound Band
Hair Design by Sonya Riviere
Makeup Design by Danina Stewart
Officiating by The Modern Officiant
“IN THE CLOUDS”
•may 4, 2019•
2019 came out with a *bang* of beautiful imagery we won't forget. We won’t because we put them right into our 4K wedding films.
Foremost on our minds is Lindsey & Sean's unforgettable event atop Ventanas, overlooking Centennial Park in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. It’s the kind of event and venue that shows clearly the benefits of higher resolution imaging in premium wedding videography, when there’s LOTS of detail to look at.
We were literally soaring in the clouds as we watched these two unbelievable humans fall in love all over again, right in front of us, minutes after they became husband and wife in the company of their dearest. And then there's the dance floor. Any glimpse into this beautiful couple's amazing day pales in comparison to what it felt like to be there.
Oh, but I'll try.
Godspeed. Fly together, lovebirds!
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Wedding Planning by Drake Social
Venue by Ventanas
Photography by Paperylily Photography
Florals by Tulip
Cake by O'HowSweet and Confection Perfection
Catering by Legacy Catering
Beauty by Makeup Madness and Urban Tangles
Entertainment by Glass Dee Entertainment and Harpnotes
“To 4K or Not to 4K”
•March 31, 2019•
Wedding season is upon on us, and we can’t wait to“roll camera” on another season of wedding videography in Atlanta, Greater Metro, the Southeast and beyond. We’re excited every Spring, but particularly this year. Because big changes are in store for 2019, and we want share the news: we’re now delivering our feature product in 4K resolution. We want to talk about why we’re doing that and how that affects you. Because we’re talking about your films, family heirlooms that we’re creating for you keep and enjoy forever, So this first post is in service to that very idea: how are we get you a film that’s going to last?
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4K: what it is it?
4K (or Ultra HD) video is 3840 pixels wide x 2160 tall. That’s the same relative dimension as “HD,” (high definition) a ratio of 16x9. But 4K is double the size & amount of pixels of HD, which is 1920x1080. The reason for 4K is obvious. It looks awesome. It’s not for all applications, but when the subject matter involves detail, 4K becomes a really powerful and emotional tool. That’s it: 4K Demystified.
In terms of 4K hardware and content, we’re at different stages of commonness. When it comes to 4K TVs and computers, we’re very “there.” We’ve been there for a while. Go into a Best Buy and try to find an HD TV, they’re not super common. And even entry level computers monitors now come standard with 4K resolution.
Content is a different matter. HD has been a viewing standard for nearly two decades. Most cable & broadcast channels and streaming services are still broadcasting in HD. But it’s changing. Fast. It started with YouTube. Now Netflix, Hulu & Amazon Prime are all making the move to 4K premium content. And this is a shift that’s happening slowly, production to production, channel to channel, a trend sure to continue in the years to come. Soon, HD is going to be a thing of the past. It’s going to feel like DVD. No, it’s going to feel like Laserdisc. It will just happen one day: all these streaming services will be delivering in 4K. The reason this is happening is because the price of technology is dropping such that the technology which was once out of reach of the average filmmaker is now becoming commonplace. And now, 4K technology is standard on smartphones and tablets, and that ubiquity is driving the massive surge in 4K content on channel-based social media.
Identifying that impending trend is important when considering your wedding film for this reason only: down the road, our eyes will become used to seeing higher resolution. And since we’re making your film for life, it’s crucial to consider that. It may be that for now, HD resolution is enough. But down the road, in a decade perhaps two, your eyes may want to be viewing your film in 4K. Our 4K feature gives you that option.
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Ok, Let’s say this describes you: “I don’t buy it. Blade Runner looks awesome in HD, good enough for me.”
If the idea of 4K doesn’t mean much to you, no problem. Your film automatically scales to the resolution of whatever device you're viewing it on. So you can watch it in HD. or SD (standard definition). This is great when you’re in the sticks and you’ve got a poor connection, but you really want to show grandma your streaming film. The lower resolution is there when needed, scaled down in an instant with a click.
You also get digital copies of both 4K and HD versions of your Feature film, for your convenience.
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Bold Claim Alert: I think I might be the only wedding videographer in the area that delivers a feature film in 4K. I look forward to the day where I stand corrected, but it’s just really not a thing yet. I know, I’ve looked. So why don’t others deliver in 4K? What fun. Let’s play. So here are my guesses, in no particular order:
It’s expensive. The cameras with the best sensors, the best skin tones and overall image quality are pricier. So are the lenses needed to make those sensors come alive.
It’s bulky. Most cameras capable of a great 4K images are just too heavy for wedding events.
It’s a pain to work with: taxing on computer systems to edit and color grade and expensive to store.
In addition to 4K, we also capture in RAW. It gives us access us to an entire world of color depth that is just simply unavailable to compressed footage from the smaller 4K cameras. Maybe some of competition captures in 4K, but I can assure you none of them capture in 4K RAW. In that respect, I’m the Mad Hatter of Wedding Filmmaking.
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So there you have it. All of this is going on under the hood, not at all something you’ll need to worry about. No quizzes, don’t worry. But you’ll know that your finished product will stand the test of time. Because it is not only recorded but delivered in 4K. a resolution at the limit of observable visual perfection, the point of diminishing return beyond which higher resolutions seem to loose their perceptible superiority. While it’s true that all of this is secondary to story, there is something comforting to the idea that when it comes to image quality, with Brevity Media Group, you’re getting the best around.
It’s just peace of mind.
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