This Couple Is Suing Their Videographer For Over $100K (See The Wedding Video)

A Brookyn-based couple Monica and Felix made headlines earlier this week over a massive lawsuit against their videographer Visualaz who they claimed didn’t deliver the video they were expecting and ruined the memories of their day. We can totally sympathize with brides who feel they’ve been let down by their vendors especially photographers and videographers who capture the memories of your wedding day (that’s why we always encourage couples to read and write reviews). Of course we were very curious to see for ourselves what was really up with this video (which they paid $13,000 for according to the New York Daily News).

Watch the video for yourself and then let us know what you think about the couple’s lawsuit by taking our poll below!

Update: The video below is the couple’s wedding video. The lawsuit also includes a video of the couple’s love story that was played at the reception (not shown). Additional complaints in the lawsuit include a breach of contract for not providing a camera crane, four cameramen and a Russian speaking cinematographer. Read more about the lawsuit on

A case like this is difficult because while details like delivery of final product and length of time spent filming are typically guaranteed in a contract, artistic style is usually up to the videographer. That’s why watching a videographer’s videos before you book is so important. We talked to another New York-based videographer John Miller of First Day Films to get an expert opinion on videography contracts.  “[As a videographer] “We are hired for our artistic vision. If somebody meets me, I tell them to see other studios first because I want you to be 100% when you sign my contract,” Miller says.

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  • 02/12/14 at 01:18

    THIS COUPLE is the one of the biggest problems in this industry and this country! Un-freaking-believable!!!! That’s an amazing video, great story, and beautifully shot. This couple is looking to get their wedding paid for by the video company plain and simple. If the judge doesn’t throw this case out I’d be amazed. If anything, the video company should file a counter suit for defamation!

    This has nothing to do with the companies reviews or lack thereof, and has everything to do with a couple setting out to get a free ride.

  • barbara
    02/12/14 at 07:26

    this is just a rich, spoiled woman, trying to get a working person to pay for her wedding and not pay for the services that she used. this video was beautiful and well thought out and the videographer should sue her for causing his business damages

  • 02/13/14 at 09:39

    ONE of those dresses she wore could pay for most of my customer’s entire day…and they are grateful and happy. The video is beautiful. She’s a spoiled brat…

  • David Wilk
    02/13/14 at 09:48

    Agreed! This couple is nuts and only is looking to make a buck! Get over your selves.

  • Barbie
    02/13/14 at 10:50

    This is a very professional video but not very intimate. The couple should have communicated better as to what kind of video they wanted. This looks like it is from a movie or something which is great but I personally would have wanted something more personal.

  • Robert
    02/13/14 at 12:41

    The wedding was not personal and intimate. The camera quality along with the lighting in the ballroom gave it a cinematic feel. No amount of communication with the video company would have changed that. Maybe they could have used cheaper cameras to give it a less professional look ? idk

  • 02/13/14 at 12:40

    You are absolutely correct. This is the most beautiful wedding video I have ever seen! Brides like THIS are exactly the reason why the best and brightest wedding vendors are withdrawing from the industry – because we just don’t want to deal with the “entitled bride” that is never happy with anything. Unbelievable.

    Having said that – there was a post earlier that this entire article might just be BS – a Social Media marketing ploy in order to gain clicks, likes and shares. Anyone who watches the video (and I watched it in its entirety) can see that its a beautiful piece of work. So, perhaps it is a marketing ploy to increase business at Visualaz. Too bad, though, that in the process the b!tch bride has her bridal boutique on display – I hope she loses so much business she has to close up shop!

  • 02/14/14 at 09:45

    Yes Pam, I had the same feeling. The video was simply too good to be attacked with such a lawsuit. I immediately started thinking “publicity stunt.”

  • Alex
    02/12/14 at 02:44

    This is completely outrageous. Suing for 100 grand???? Obviously they are trying to get their over-the-top and overly extravagant wedding paid for by the video company, who had the misfortune of filming those idiots. Visualaz did NOTHING to “ruin” their wedding day. There’s nothing wrong with the video but there’s many things wrong with the couple themselves; they’re clearly very greedy and selfish narcissists, especially monica with that very tacky, monstrousity of a wedding dress. What a horrifying bridezilla she must of been. That fool Felix who married that b.itch will soon learn what a mistake he made. I hope the judge laughs at them and throws this frivolous lawsuit in the garbage, and make them pay for wasting everyone’s time. It’s pathetic and despicable how they tried to get their videos plus their huge fancy wedding for free by looking for a wedding vendor to sue (most likely their motive from the beginning). They are stupid to have such a extremely expensive wedding. Such vain attention-seekers.

  • Jenn
    02/12/14 at 03:08

    They must have maxed out too many credit cards and now need a way to pay them off. That video is gorgeous and thoughtful. People with too much time on their hands.

  • Patricia
    02/12/14 at 04:12

    The video is probably better than the ceremony was. It would be nice to watch over and over again to catch all the little details if it were my wedding. Granted, if I paid that much for my wedding video I would want it to be viewed millions of times too…

    I hope that the bride gets over herself… maybe she hated seeing herself the way others see her. Or hating that there’s many moments they don’t really look like they want to be there…

    Also, if she looses I hope the videographer is paid damages.

  • Karen
    02/13/14 at 05:15

    I couldnt agree more very well said! This video is amazing, I would be very embarrassed if I were her spoiled ass! I couldn’t even imagine what she was like dealing with her BEFORE the wedding.

  • 02/12/14 at 04:43

    Reblogged this on The Life & Times of a Realist Bride and commented:
    What a joke.

    First of all, this chick has clearly never seen an episode of Seinfeld, which makes me kind of hate her to begin with.

    Second, in her claim she states that she was pregnant when she received the video, and she was so upset by it that she had medical complications. There’s no way to prove that this video was the cause, I don’t believe her, and excuse me while I LOL as a video that is not something that you expected it to be is your biggest problem. Wish I had your problems, girl.

    I watched the entire video and I thought it was done tastefully and thoughtfully. It included the big moments and made a long event into a watchable story to enjoy.

    I’ve had my share of experiences with bad vendors, and from what I can tell, this one doesn’t fir the bill. Basically the bride thinks she is a princess and should be treated as such. I guess she forgot that princesses actually have class.

    The best part of this entire thing is that she owns a bridal salon. That’s gotta be good for business…………

  • Milan
    02/12/14 at 05:26

    What a nutcase she is!

  • Angie
    02/12/14 at 05:32

    Did she pay for a video or cinematography? There is a difference this is clearly cinematography which is not details or entire wedding video just clips put together as a movie, it’s more expensive but in the end if you want tbe entire wedding you want a video not cinematography. Just depends what she wanted then we know who’s right or wrong!

  • Jessica
    02/12/14 at 05:35

    Wow! What a joke!

  • carrie
    02/12/14 at 05:39

    Unbelievable. Beautiful video. She is just looking for someone to pay for her wedding. What a pathetic person.

  • Liz
    02/12/14 at 05:44

    This is so sad that people like this actually exist. Your wedding day is supposed to be about you and your spouse and the beginning of your married lives together, now about the fancy over-the-top expensive and useless details. She obviously has princess syndrome and I feel bad for her that she is shallow enough to think that the world owes her everything. She really should be grateful that her wedding day was a good day and that she is now married to the love of her life. There are others out there, like myself, who can’t afford to spend $13,000 on a glorified video.

  • heather
    02/12/14 at 05:45

    This is outrageous! This video is so beautiful! Well shot, and edited.
    Clearly she needs to get over herself!
    She is the reason Bridezillas is a show!
    You just can’t make some people happy!
    This video looks like a tv show, the audio is perfect, the lighting…
    Kharma will get her! Not a good way to start a marriage… with bad kharma!

  • Ann
    02/12/14 at 05:45

    UMMMMM! I’m confused. This is beautiful!

  • jay
    02/12/14 at 05:49

    beautiful video, obnoxious couple. someone should sue her for wearing that awful dress!

  • Mea
  • Brynn
    02/12/14 at 05:50

    She should sue her hairdresser while she’s at it! Looks like she rolled outta bed and put a headband on. ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS!!! Epitome of entitled. Money can’t buy happiness, but it sure can make you a nutcase!

  • Hollyann
    02/12/14 at 05:55

    From the company’s website, this looks to be pretty on par with what they offer. Nothing weird. If they did their homework and watched the other videos the company has done in the past, they should have known this was the kind of thing they were getting. I don’t understand the surprise of it.

    Anyway, it is a gorgeous video. Which they spent more on than I likely will my entire wedding. So I really don’t have that much sympathy even if it isn’t exactly what they wanted.

  • Hollyann
    02/12/14 at 05:56

    In other news, anyone know where the gorgeous second dress came from? I don’t care for the first over-the-top filly one, but that second sparkly one is gorgeous.

  • deanna
    02/12/14 at 06:09

    I don’t know what she was expecting. It looked like wonderfully (typical) wedding video. If she is really not happy with it I think it’s ok to ask for her money back but not a penny more

  • Tiffany
    02/12/14 at 06:18

    Note to the bride and groom…The video may have missed some portions that you’ve thought to be important, according to you, but from outside looking in, this video captured the stunning beauty of your marriage!! I can clearly see the passion between the two of you throughout the video. I smiled all the way through and giggled in some parts. It’s awesome! However you are unhappy and you are suing them but I’d strongly encourage you to watch again, only with new sets of eyes. Reason being is that you can’t turn back the clock and the more you dislike the video, the more youre taking away the treasure that it is for your love ones, including perhaps your future children and grandchildren. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Embrace what you have, each other. It’s a rare love that most don’t get to experience as I’ve been told. (Just celebrated one year anniversary with my true love, best friend and soulmate).

  • 02/12/14 at 06:18

    Okay! They r going to lose this lawsuit. I think the problem was they spent 100k on the wedding and after the dust settled , after the wedding and honeymoon they need money to resume normal life. There is no real reasonable explanation to sue at all for this video. It was beautiful. There was a reason Seinfield was so successful. This videography was amazing, music was perfect.

  • 02/12/14 at 06:33

    That. is all.
    Run boy run.

  • Mari
    02/12/14 at 06:35

    Video was beautifully done. I agree with the other comments that they just want their wedding paid for after over extending themselves.

  • Melissa
    02/12/14 at 06:52

    Great video! The bride is crazy and shouldn’t get any money back. If anything the video company should sue her for all the problem she is causing them!! Especially after the great work and time they put into her video.

  • Tan
    02/12/14 at 06:55

    She clearly cannot make up her mind on what she wants. Was that 3 dress changes? How can she not appreciate this well done wedding video? NUTS.

  • Sarah
    02/12/14 at 06:59

    I think the video is amazing and this couple should not sue their videographer. I think the video captures all the key moments and amazing HD quality for the video. This Jewish couple need to stop their greed, Its sad that couples like this aren’t happy with great quality and I hope that the videographer sue them for defamation. Dam Jewishes ….

  • Valerie
    02/13/14 at 12:14

    Racist much?

    Does the Knot really not have a way to flag and remove all the hateful and blatantly racist comments happening here? This is disgusting.

  • Simone Hill
    02/13/14 at 12:56

    Hi Valerie, We’re working on deleting those types of comments right now and blocking users who post offensive messages.


  • 02/13/14 at 04:08

    Sarah – you’re an idiot!

  • 02/12/14 at 07:10

    Such a spoiled bratty couple! Now, if they booked MayadStudios, they wouldn’t have any problems .

  • 02/12/14 at 07:23

    What is she suing for? lol Seriously, stay within your budget and you wouldn’t to make up such outrageous stories. :/ Absolutely beautiful video!

  • 02/12/14 at 07:31

    This video is spectacular. Being from the industry myself, there is a lot of crap out there but this is not one of them. Videographers and photographers work the hardest and longest at your wedding. Not only before the big but after as well. We are very unpaid and over worked trying to meet the demands of the brides and the expectation of perfect. Please understand that we are human and 9 out of 10 times when a mistake is made we feel worse about than the couple does. It’s so sad to see couples like this not appreciate the creativity and the workmanship that gets put into there final product. Shame on this couple!!!! The video company needs to counter sue for defimation of character.!!!!!

  • Chenoa
    02/12/14 at 07:32

    Wow, if I had that kind of $$ I’d video my wedding as well. I thought the videographer did a great job catching all those little moments!

  • julie
    02/12/14 at 07:35

    crazy bet they won’t be married for to long… this was a amazing video well lit and edited. wish had one this pretty when i got married, My entire wedding didn’t even cost 13k…. the nerve of some people. she just wanted the world to see her that is it

  • Maria
    02/12/14 at 07:48

    Video was okay. I’m sure they videographer has lots of footage and could just rework on it, adjusting it to the couple’s liking. The fact that they went straight to suing for 100K is suspicious. Shame on them.

  • Kevin
    02/12/14 at 07:59

    She’s happy with that DRESS but unhappy with the videographer? She needs to be put in Bellvue.

  • 02/12/14 at 08:01

    They’re idiots!!! This is an amazing video.

  • 02/12/14 at 08:07

    I personally love this video, and as others will mention: the videographer could rework certain areas if Monica and Felix are unhappy. I hope that it all works out, and that Monica can see how beautiful she is and what beautiful memories were put on film during her special day. <3

  • Nicci
    02/12/14 at 08:18

    The only thing I see wrong with the video is that they edited out the music during the ceremony and added other. A big part of the ceremony are the songs that the couple chooses. These songs were replaced by something generic which also played over much of the short amount of the ceremony that was shown. However, the video is still beautiful and consistent with what most videography places would offer. My question is if the bride asked them to make any changes before deciding to file a lawsuit. They should still have all of the raw footage and would be able to make an entirely new video if it came to that.

  • 02/13/14 at 10:05

    The church music is usually a short lived after thought. I had 11 weddings this year where the couple used Canon in D for the processional. How many of those girls really have Canon in their favorites play list? Not sure that breaking the upbeat rythm of this video with chamber music would have enhanced the final film.

  • 02/13/14 at 06:00

    Often, the videographer doesn’t have the rights to commercially use the songs played at the ceremony. Many do it, but it’s not technically legal.

  • Jenn
    02/12/14 at 08:21

    Could not find one thing wrong with this video. Thought it was absolutely amazing. I feel bad for her husband because if this video didn’t fulfill her expectations what would. She’s a hormonal mess who seems to still be suffering from “Bridezilla” syndrome.

  • Anne
    02/12/14 at 08:25

    Wow, the shadiest wedding couple ever. They should be embarrassed for trying to pull this off.

  • Zoey
    02/12/14 at 08:33

    I think the video is amazing, and the bride is most likely a spoiled brat!

  • 02/12/14 at 08:35

    Shame shame shame on this couple!!!!!! What more is there to say!!!!

  • Mariza
    02/12/14 at 08:38

    I think the bride is so upset because the whole video was not all about her face but about the whole family that spoiled her rotten. How ungrateful! I also edit videos now and then and this work took hours and hours of work. She should have seen the videographer’s style first before she hired them. I don’t see anything wrong with it. There are some parts of it that I would reedit but those are easy to do and adjust if she just wants her face all over the place. The videographer has two or three times they can edit before they charge more but to sue for well over what the couple paid for is just asking for a free ride and more from the videographer. I agree they are trying to have someone pay for their whole wedding it seems. Unbelievable!

  • Laura
    02/12/14 at 08:50

    this is probably the WORST and DUMBEST thing I have ever heard! And Im in the wedding photographer/video industry! There is absolutely nothing wrong with this wedding video at all. If your wedding day was crap because you are a spoiled, stuck up brat, then that is YOUR PROBLEM! the videographer captured the best highlights of the day,and if this couple isn’t happy with that, then they must have shitty marriage.. if there still is one.

  • 02/12/14 at 08:52

    I think it’s a beautiful video of a beautiful couple on the happiest day of their lives.

    Having said that, I wasn’t present during the client meetings, and there could have been any number of things agreed upon but not present in the video. I feel sorry for the couple because they aren’t happy, but also feel sorry for the professional. Hopefully they have E&O insurance if they lose.

  • Megan
    02/12/14 at 09:02

    Gorgeous video… She’s just mad because she looks ugly in the video. Beautiful dress- her hair and makeup look awful! Hott hubby though!

  • 02/12/14 at 09:10

    Wow! There is nothing wrong with this video it is awesome! Looks like she just wants her wedding paid for. Hope she loses the case and has to pay all the legal fees.

  • Tabitha
    02/12/14 at 09:12

    The ONLY thing bad about this video us the bridesmaids dresses. It’s beautiful. She was beautiful. Not sue worthy.

  • 02/13/14 at 11:05

    What about the mother of the bride’s dress? When I first saw it through the door I was sure it was either the bride or bridesmaid. This is obviously an over the top family with much more money than brains.

  • Lena
    02/12/14 at 09:27

    Ugh she’s the biggest brat I have ever seen!!!!

  • Janice
    02/12/14 at 09:39

    Am I the only one who noticed she OWNS the bridal store?? Monica’s Bridals. Not good for business Monica!

  • 02/12/14 at 10:54

    Janice, when I heard Monica in the video…I thought for a split second, but dismissed it. Now I realize what this is all about, a promotional ploy for her store…at first I thought it was somehow to promote the videographers but this makes more sense. Either way judging by the comments none of this adds up, its 100-0 on the side of the videographers. Any publicity is good publicity, smart but it might also backfire!!!

  • Janice
    02/12/14 at 09:40

    And, oh yeah, the video was beautiful!

  • Janis Bowden
    02/12/14 at 09:42

    What’s not to like? Did they perhaps want the authentic music in this? Did the camera person forget to shoot the cake-cutting scene where they normally shove the cake into one another’s faces? Now that would’ve been Seinfeld-worthy. The family/friends were joyous throughout the video as were the bride and groom. What the heck more did they want portrayed?

  • mar bear
    02/12/14 at 09:44

    Where is the publicity stunt option in the poll?

  • 02/12/14 at 10:12

    I dont get it what are they suing for. nowadays it seems like you can sue if you fart the wrong direction

  • Hope
    02/12/14 at 10:37

    Beautiful and professionally done video. Spoiled girl according to her grandmother who speaks Russian in the video about the bride’s childhood lol! (I am Russian )
    Also the dress and the wedding overall is too pompous… Bride must look elegant and innocent..this one looks seasoned

  • 02/12/14 at 11:01

    Everyone slow down and don’t be fooled, this HAS to be a promotional video of some sort…Janice in a comment above mentioned that she owns the bridal store, its called “Monica’s Bridal” her name is Monica…who gets ready at a bridal store on their wedding day?? Maybe some people, but either way this videography company will only get more referrals from this because it was GREAT VIDEO.

  • PPL
    02/12/14 at 11:04

    This couple is absolutely CRAZY. Monica Nikchemny and Felix Komrash are completely NUTS. It makes me think what happened to this couple to make them sue — addiction, debt, etc… I would easily counter sue and make these idiots look like the money grubbing pigs they are.

  • Andy
    02/12/14 at 11:19

    i want a 100K just because i have to live on the same planet as these people

  • 02/12/14 at 11:42

    Which part, exactly, is the part that is compared to a segment to Seinfeld? The story about how he took her to a burger joint on their first date? That’s something that they did, not the videographer. I saw nothing wrong with the video. He captured every essence of their special day. He did a beautiful job of editing the whole day. Oh my gosh, I wish I had him for my son’s wedding. She talks about “amazing values,” bringing a lawsuit for frivolous reasons is not a great way to start a life full of “amazing values.” They are silly and they know it. I wonder how much that wedding cost. I see that she had two very expensive dresses that day. I bet it cost. . . let me think. . . $100K! Just the amount they are suing for.

  • Chris
    02/12/14 at 11:44

    Unfreakinbelievable. The only think Seinfieldish about this wedding is that one gown one of the older women were wearing. Hideous! And her wedding gown looks like it should be on My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. She is out of her mind to think she can win this lawsuit. She obviously didn’t her homework before hiring this vendor. I’m a wedding planner and I make sure that my clients all meet with vendors before hiring them so that they get to know their personalities and work. That way they trust that vendor to capture their special day I the way they want. I bet she was a major bridezilla.

  • Duck11
    02/12/14 at 11:56

    Thank video was amazing, that bride and groom should bee ashamed for sueing, but I agree that’s its a stunt, to draw business sad.

  • 02/12/14 at 11:57

    it’s a scam… they own the bridal shop, made the video and wrote a fake story about it for publicity… the audio mixing was actually really shitty… they should be fined 100k for fraud

  • Brandy
    02/13/14 at 12:05

    Their video costs more than my entire wedding LOL

  • Sarah
    02/13/14 at 12:32

    It does sorta seem like a movie, i work in the industry , and it seems almost to cliche and movie like , a lot of music , not what id be into , however, it defiantly does not justify a 100k lawsuit , she should have told the “videographer” exactly what she wanted and didn’t want so its her lose in the end. suck it up and edit it that yourself haha

  • Joe
    02/13/14 at 12:44

    What a bunch of assholes! That’s an AWESOME video.

  • 02/13/14 at 12:44

    Spoiled brat!! She says the video is bad, the dress is awful!

  • 02/13/14 at 12:47

    Based on the obvious high quality of this videographer, this wasn’t his first video. So I imagine she viewed examples of his previous work. I would bet 100k that this video was created in a similar style to what she viewed before hiring him.

    What’s to complain about!?! He captured the story and emotion of this wedding the way only a true filmmaker could. She’s totally lost it. If she wanted the ceremony filmed from one angle with bad audio, her cousin could’ve done that for free. She would probably sue her doctor if she didn’t like her appendectomy.

    Might I suggest a lobotomy.

  • Kevin Grishkot
    02/13/14 at 12:59

    If I was the videographer here, I’d counter sue. This is a quality production and she should be proud to show it.

  • Amber
    02/13/14 at 01:29

    this is so so beautiful! I would give anything to have a video like this of my wedding day. amazing.

  • 02/13/14 at 01:34

    I really don’t like the constant shaking of the camera; however, isn’t that something the videographers can fix? Other than that I don’t see a problem.

  • 02/13/14 at 01:52

    Typical ‘Spoiled Princess’ Syndrome
    Her parents should be ashamed

  • Tim
    02/13/14 at 01:55

    Better than 90% of the schmaltz I see on cable TV these creeps are just looking for a down payment on their 1st house. No good will come from a union between these kind of people. Videographer did a great job.

  • 02/13/14 at 02:10

    When I first read this, I was expecting a horribly shot video with weird cuts and bad music and just montage of videos on tripods.

    Upon watching, I really had no idea what was wrong and had to rewatch it a couple times. This is a beautiful video, well shot, edited, and produced. Basically a beautiful wedding trailer – which is what a lot of wedding videos are like today? Who wants a wedding video where you have to sit through the ENTIRE wedding again.. you just want the best parts and it was so well captured here. And for shelling out that much money on a video.. I would expect a motion picture movie just like this..

    honestly.. I would really like to know what she was expecting.

  • 02/13/14 at 02:20

    Its a gorgeous video, Im sad for her, because she was not or is not capable of seeing the beautiful special moments this video captured so artfully and gracefully. It even hid their tacky entrance amd fist pumping.

  • Sarah Adams
    02/13/14 at 02:22

    Some people do not deserve nice things, and this ridiculous bride is one such person! I hope she loses and the videographer’s business booms from all the publicity. The video (NOT the people and their wedding) was beautiful!

  • 02/13/14 at 02:46

    Watch out….. IT’S BRIDEZILLA!!!!!!!!!

  • 02/13/14 at 02:54

    Beautiful video, they look great, I don’t understand what’s the issue with it? they should be happy and proud.

  • Cakelady197
    02/13/14 at 02:56

    The only way she should have any recourse is if she had been shown an example of a video that was editied in a different way, and that was the format she was expecting. Other than that it was a really nice video, it portrayed the love and joy that was shared on the day.

  • 02/13/14 at 03:02

    It’s not the videographer’s fault that the bride’s relatives look like Seinfeld characters. They remind one of the residents in Jerry’s parents’ retirement community.

  • Northern_Sky
    02/13/14 at 02:55

    I bet you’re an Anti-Dentite too! :P

  • 02/13/14 at 03:14

    At first I thought, this is outrageous, this doesn’t make any sense! and I voted that this is just crazy.

    However, I shared the video with a friend, and I changed my mind. By the way, my friend is an American Russian jew, just like the married couple.

    The ceremony had a lot of cultural traditions. The dances and music are a very important part of the Jewish and Yiddish culture. The dancing isn’t just fun it’s tradition. My friend said,
    “The wedding has so many traditions and dances and speeches. Everything was edited for artistic expression.” He also said, “think about it this way. The people are dancing to music that Russian jews have been dancing to for hundreds of years, and all you hear is backstreet boys!!!”

    Thus, this couple feel like the videographer took out the soul of the wedding, so to speak.
    And I am pretty sure this is what this couple is upset about, not the fantastic quality of the production.

    I hope both parties figure it out without the law suit. The couple can emphasize the importance of tradition to them and make it clear to the videographer and he or she can reproduce the video in a way that satisfies the married couple.

    02/13/14 at 03:17

    I can sort of see how people can be upset by this. And I agree the video is beautiful. But you have to consider what it’s capturing. As someone who has attending several Russian Jewish weddings, I can honestly say I would be disappointed if this was what I saw as well. Most Russian Jewish weddings have traditional religious and cultural dances that people have been doing for many generations. There are certain dances that are danced to very old songs carried over from Western europe. The speech portion can take hours as every relative shares a memory they had with the couple or their parents. Difficulties they endured in Russia and how grateful they are to be attending. traditions are considered the most important aspects of the wedding. I would be disappointed if I saw those traditions dubbed over by some modern boy band and random shortened versions of what was likely hours of celebration. I guess it comes down to what the couple was expecting, if they were shown other sample work.

  • Jennifer
    02/13/14 at 08:52

    Then they should not have hired this company since this type of absolutely beautiful video is what they do.

  • Dave
    02/13/14 at 03:41

    My guess is that this whole thing is actually going to result in lots of new customers for the videographer. Despite the fact that it first appears to be bad publicity, it is actually a lot of awesome free exposure, because nearly everybody is going to see a good product and think the bride is wrong. Win for the videographer.

  • Tony Hawk
    02/13/14 at 03:48

    You guys are imbeciles for even posting this.

  • William
    02/13/14 at 04:11

    Who knows, this may be her way to make a million views of her wedding video ;)
    But when it comes to lawsuit, it can go anybody’s way. It will all boil down to the agreements. I personally think the video is a pretty decent (13K is a little expensive, but still no reason to sue the videographer, based on the video alone) work.

  • Alex Almeida
    02/13/14 at 05:14

    I think this video is great … If the wedding was just about Felix …. Everything goes around him in this video … The bride comes in second place most of the time … Probably re-editing and re-ordering ideas about who’s most important in a wedding … Actually weddings are for women’s remembrance of their dreamed day!!! …. Not to see how great their husband is … That’s the real reason I think she has a problem with this video … Careful videographers

  • 02/13/14 at 05:42

    The camera work and editing in the video is beautiful. Her gripes are unfounded.

    I am betting she owns Monica’s bridal and this lawsuit was designed to get the shop some publicity. Thinking there will now be a backlash.

  • Me
    02/13/14 at 06:10

    From the look of her Facebook business page, she has more bad than good reviews, so I think she is just pissy and used to getting her way.

  • Kristine
    02/13/14 at 06:43

    I guess someone realized they spent a ridonkeylous amount of money for their wedding video and wedding in general. The video is beautiful in my opinion, but who spends that much for a video? Really? It better be Martin Scorcese directing it for that amount.

  • John
    02/13/14 at 06:47

    She shouldn’t sue, that’s crazy, but yes, the video is terrible, schmaltzy, crappy music, cheesy, over-the-top, in my opinion… it lacks class and taste and represents the worst of cinematography and artful representation… again, just my opinion… That video will look and sound totally dated in about 5 years… the editing, music, lighting, shots are all cookie-cutter, average, like something from a music video, short-cuts, lacking vision, cheap looking…editing is way too fast, too many close-ups, angles are just what is in style in the last 5 years… in fact the entire style is based on the what instructors of marketing at bad colleges have recently taught for tv commercials and music videos…. its not creative or original in any way…. they got ripped off for that amount of money…. again, wait five years to see that its style is jumping on a bandwagon of what looks good currently (actually, a few years ago)… but is totally lacking a timeless, artful representation… too many people these days are sucked in by this kind of cheapness based on what is currently in style…. same goes for her dress, hair, etc….. of course none of these things should be sued over and hopefully it gets thrown out of court…… They made these choices… This is a cheap-looking pop-video wedding movie from about 2009…. already looking somewhat dated…. but then again, its good enough for some people….and people should stand by their choices…

  • John
    02/13/14 at 06:54

    Here is another video done in the exact same style…. for sure if you LIKE this style….and don’t mind jumping on a bandwagon of schmaltz… and don’t mind being a sheep and following trends… but that is like most people today… look to what others do and assume, “hmmm..I guess that’s quality… looks good to me…” ….and then in five years you notice….ohhhhh, that looks like crap now…. same thing in current clothing, in home design…. what is current looks cheap… at least to my eyes…. lacks vision, independence, creativity…..

  • John
    02/13/14 at 07:07

    The couple is right to be upset about the cheesy laugh and clap tracks thrown in… and other sound effects that were not real… they missed important moments in the Jewish wedding ceremony… I can’t believe people pay to have crappy wedding videos like this made… boggles the mind…

  • John
    02/13/14 at 07:12

    The couple is right to be upset about the cheesy laugh and clap tracks thrown in… and other sound effects that were not real… they missed important moments in the Jewish wedding ceremony… I can’t believe people pay to have crappy wedding videos like this made… boggles the mind… BUT, at the same time its obviously a totally frivolous lawsuit. AS IF this couple didn’t get to see samples of what this was going to look like. There are numerous other videos by this production company that look exactly the SAME… you get what you pay for, and sadly in today’s world the MORE you pay, the less you typically get…. the MORE you pay, the more you are being duped… or the MORE you get hosed with what is just currently fashionable….

  • Lara
    02/13/14 at 07:26

    The video was perfect. She’s the one who should get sued for wearing such atrocity of dresses! Awful people obviously!

  • Kaela
    02/13/14 at 07:56

    The video is great! She should sue her dressmaker for that toilet paper dress if she is trying to get her wedding paid for. Rude couple.

  • Phil
    02/13/14 at 08:15

    These people are scum. Looking for free wedding. The only thing in this video that looks like a sinefeld episode are some of the people with the big glasses and all that gold stuff.
    The company should file a lawsuit against this couple

  • Dom
    02/13/14 at 08:29

    This is an edit short version. They probably have more. That lady is a brat. That video is awesome!!

  • Christina
    02/13/14 at 08:39

    The bride is pissed off because she looked ugly as hell on her wedding. No matter how much make up wear or what kind of dress you put on, if you’ve got an ugly pus on your face you ruin the entire look. Seems to me she’s just miserable and this is her doing. He looks perfectly happy to me. I think he’ll soon realize what a mistake this was by marrying her. On a side note, this photographer should be thrilled about this suit. The video is amazing and he or she is definitely going to build their client base after this continues to spread through the internet.

  • Olivia
    02/13/14 at 08:56

    I work in a bridal salon. I’ve seen people try to do this to get money back. They make an issue out of something that is a non issue. They have no case. That video was amazing.

  • 02/13/14 at 08:57

    this is an amazing video!!!!!!!! I hope the video company gets a lot of good publicity out of a ridiculous couple they will never win this lawsuit

  • Marissa
    02/13/14 at 09:19

    The video was like a dream, it captured her friends & family beautifully! If she’s upset with this video then she’d really hate mine. It is nothing like this! My brothers was better than what I got. I didn’t hear the “fake”clapping like an episode of Seinfeld.

  • Dawn
    02/13/14 at 09:20

    I only have two words..Spoiled Brat!

  • Cara Winter
    02/13/14 at 09:21

    It’s a GREAT video, This is just a little JAP who wants everything without having to pay for it! I feel bad for the videographer. They did a great job, and I would hire them for my brides in a heart beat!

  • Nicole
    02/13/14 at 09:26

    Absolutely can not believe this! My WHOLE wedding is probably going to cost that much! this woman should be thankful she was able to have such an extravagant wedding day, while others dream of one this beautiful!
    Damn ignorant people. ugh.

  • Aaron Clark
    02/13/14 at 09:30

    In my opinion, there IS an issue with this video. The creativity of the company is definitely there, but the quality of the video is not. The video has no definition to it, the lighting is sub-par at best. I can see both sides of the equation. The memory is there, but not the quality. I do not think it is worth 100k in a lawsuit… Even if that is how much this wedding cost. They will be less pleased with the next companies outcome as the smiles will be fake and generated. I believe we do have a high maintenance bride/groom on our hands here… However, many times in this industry a bride/groom should do more research on a company and their track record prior to signing on the dotted line. You pay more attention to detail in wedding photography and videography more when it is your wedding as opposed to someone you don’t know. Now, having said that… The word “professional” comes to mind in this circumstance. If you are charging $13,000.00 to capture a woman’s big day, you better darn well know what you are doing. This is a $5,000.00 video at best due to the lack of quality.

  • Christoph
    02/13/14 at 09:47

    This is a classic case of them wanting to not pay for the services. Willing to bet they have already copied and dubbed the video somewhere else so they are trying to get something for nothing.

  • 02/13/14 at 09:59

    She must be doing this because he Divorced her already for being a snotty bitch.

    Grow up and realize your not the most beautiful woman in the world and you are a snotty trust fund loser baby.

    “Cause I’m A Loser Baby, So Somebody Kill Me”

  • steph
    02/13/14 at 10:04

    Maybe the wedding just sucked and she is taking it out on the videographer. This girl is insane.

  • 02/13/14 at 10:04

    This entire situation is insane. By pulling our resources and doing a ton of research, my husband and I had a beautiful wedding with a great wedding party wardrobe, roses, a beautiful dress, awesome dj, cake, catering, photographer, bartender and a gorgeous mansion as our venue, all for less than this couple paid for a videographer. To each their own I suppose, but I cringe to think of their entire wedding cost if they spent $13,000 alone on a videographer. Personally, I’ve worked with video editing programs and have a few friends that do it professionally, and although I applaud the talented shots the videographer got, I don’t think it’s worth $13,000. I’m sure this videographer has descriptions and examples of what he does, so I think they should’ve known what they were paying the money for and regardless, it’s absolutely outlandish to sue for 6-7 times that amount. If a judge saw that, I would think they would just see someone trying to get money out of someone else. If the couple was truly disappointed by the video, the logical thing would be to either have that videographer redo it and if that doesn’t work out, ask or sue for their money back, all the footage and possibly the cost of having another videographer redo it.

  • Lidiya
    02/13/14 at 10:30

    First world problems…

  • 02/13/14 at 10:30

    Rich, spoiled, classless people like this have an easy go of making complete asses out of themselves. They have no shame. The statement of humanity that this couple is supporting is nothing short of sad.

    The vid is gorgeous –he even got the grandmother speaking in Russian getting her eye makeup put on. In my opinion, it’s worth every penny. This guy is very talented.

    And her dresses; hideous.

  • goldlens
    02/13/14 at 10:32

    I thought the video was like a reality tv show…only more reality. Most of the people were unattractive in ugly clothes and dancing in them only exaggerated the reality of what most of humanity sadly looks like… especially the aging and over weight. The video seems to have captured what was real…and from all appearances, the bride lives in a world of fantasy…and her wedding doesn’t look so perfect… it is the imperfect that real and that is what the video captured.

  • Linda
    02/13/14 at 10:34

    OMG this video is AMAZING…captures every moment. What more can she possibly expect! I don’t get it….They are crazy! They should have paid MORE!

  • Tamar Aharonian
    02/13/14 at 10:42

    I don’t need to watch the video to give my opinion, the title says it all. Bored rich people!

  • Jennie
    02/13/14 at 10:46

    While I agree that she probably is a rich , spoiled woman. I do see why she might want her money at least back. If she hired the person to capture wedding and reception. He didnt fulfill wedding portion. You see like 3 mins of wedding in 16 minute video. Just my 2 cents!

  • 02/13/14 at 10:48

    Nicely done video! Sure, there are some things I’d take out that may not flatter, but given the amount of editing and multiple cameras and equipment, the 13K price tag should be no surprise. Look at all the detail, expressions in this video. This is short form. It gives a feeling for the wedding. Unless there was lots more to the wedding that this clip misses, it seems to be a good rendition (agreed, more ceremony and less dance would win some more points).

    What this is about, though, is “expectations not met.”

    Different expectations is a huge reason that brides and grooms at times are not satisfied. Not that the visual work isn’t good – it can be great, but if expectations were different there will be complaint, even a rare lawsuit. Maybe this couple (or a parent footing the bill) wanted something more gently romantic, less quick-paced… maybe someone didn’t like their skin when seen up close, or sweat (people sweat at weddings). This is not a Hallmark commercial. It’s life more real. (Hope the couple chose the soundtrack. I might have opted for something else.)

  • Stephanie
    02/13/14 at 10:57

    What an easier way to make their wedding video go viral than to fabricate this story of being so unhappy that they are suing. Throwing Seinfeld’s name is a nice touch too. Bravo!

  • Donna
    02/13/14 at 11:00

    Best wedding video I have ever seen. I enjoyed every second … and I don’t even know these people! It was exciting, enticing, joyful, and captured the true essence of the day. I’ve watched other wedding videos and was bored to death … I hope the judge throws this case out, and makes them pay DOUBLE for the video and trouble they caused the court system and the company that provided this true gem! And, you really should have gotten a bigger wedding cake, that was a little on the small side! SMH

  • Nedra Demski
    02/13/14 at 11:05

    Idiots, She should worry more about the fact she had an ugly dress and hair that looked like crap!

  • Julie
    02/13/14 at 11:07

    Ooh, she owns the bridal salon. Total publicity.

  • Katie
    02/13/14 at 11:08

    If you ask me the only person getting sued should be the bride for making her bridesmaids wear those horrible dresses!

  • 02/13/14 at 11:09

    This is absolutely LUDACRIS! A totally amazing video & not at all cheesy like they tried to imply. These people need to check themselves. It’s impeccable editing & storytelling.

  • MIchelle
    02/13/14 at 11:12

    Wow, beautiful. I have never been blessed to attend a traditional Jewish wedding and found every detail special and gorgeous. Sorry everyone is troubled by this ~ but in a word the video, the bride and groom ~ stunning!

  • 02/13/14 at 11:13

    I’ve been in this business for over 26 years – she has no reason to sue for anything. It was well documented, and from what I can see is representative of the videographers level of expertise. If she wanted a different style, that is on the bride and groom’s own research and decision making. Spoiled, temperamental, gold digger… period.

  • 02/13/14 at 11:17

    The couple should be charged 100k for wasting peoples time and the courts!! If they both think that this is a legitimate lawsuit they deserve each other. Let’s check on them in a few years and see if they are suing each other!! What a joke!

  • Michelle Kilbey
    02/13/14 at 11:22

    First off that dress is hideous. And second, this video is great. There is noting wrong with it. They need to get their head out of their asses and suck it up. They should have spoke up on what they wanted, but hey I would be happy with this video.

  • Renee
    02/13/14 at 11:26

    WOW, if I could afford to have a video such as this for my wedding I would be the happiest women in the world. What great images and moments captured during that special moment in time!! This is far from a Seinfeld episode. I feel sorry for the people that had to work with these people.

  • 02/13/14 at 11:28

    Wow… look at all the free publicity the videography company is receiving. Pretty smart move. :)

  • 02/13/14 at 11:48

    The video has been amazingly shot! The moments have been beautifully captured and it has covered the emotional moments along with the fun-filled ones keeping in mind attention to detail! The bride is being extremely demanding, over the top and perhaps is only cribbing so that she can recover the cost of her wedding. She certainly can’t complain because she has hired the videographer based on his/her portfolio or weddings that he has captured earlier on. For all you know this could be a publicity stunt ;) !! lol
    I think its absolutely baseless that she is trying to sue the company, instead it should be the other way around for them wasting their time and effort on such people.

  • Peggy
    02/13/14 at 11:48

    Not knowing what was in their contract with their Videographer. They should of seen the Videographer’s work before signing their contract. The video looks good, the sound is great, and the music is great. The entire video is in focus, the sound level is good throughout. And it tells a great story of the event. Not sure what she could complain about! The only thing left is looking for money. Which has become a tremendous problem for both Videographers and Photographers in the industry. The main reason I no longer do weddings. Sad that it has come down to this.

  • 02/13/14 at 11:49

    Hahahaha. That video cost more than my entire open-bar wedding. Hope the videographer counter-sues.

  • 02/13/14 at 11:55

    haven’t quite ever seen an episode of seinfeld with as good of photography as that.. i think the video people should sue her for slander. it looks to me like they worked their tails off with at least 3 cameras rolling to find just about every angle. they need to fix up their contracts for liability for people like this couple. any reasonable judge will laugh this greedy bride right out of the courtroom.

  • Rebekah
    02/13/14 at 11:58

    I think this is the most beautiful wedding video I have seen! These people are just trying to sue just for fame and money. It’s BS. People like this make me sick. I hope they loose. There is no reason they should be suing the video company.

  • Sarah
    02/13/14 at 11:58

    I bet Felix had a blast walking around the “virgin” bride with her dress that took up the whole ballroom. The only thing I can see to be pissed about is when Monica was speaking about her list and addressing her husband’s parents, the videographer had a weird angle.

  • Kathy
    02/13/14 at 12:05

    This video was beautiful. ..her moment is over so she needs more attention. So why not sue…spoiled

  • 02/13/14 at 12:12

    I had to stop watching this for fear of getting a seizure. A video filled with 1 second clips is rather irritating. Watch it from beginning to end and tell me you didn’t get sick of such short clips. I’d sue the pants off the fool who cobbled this together.

  • emily
    02/13/14 at 12:14

    It was beautiful, I got married at a courthouse and have no complaints! greedy ppl

  • Bella Mater
    02/13/14 at 12:18

    Nice production value, but too much footage that belongs on the ‘b roll.’ Don’t show me close-ups staff setting tables then long, fuzzy shots of family… you now.. the ppl atually INVItED to the wedding? Full out restitution suit is extreme, but a full re-edit would be a propos.

  • Nicki
    02/13/14 at 12:20

    I can understand asking for your money back if it didn’t meet your expectations, but come on…suing for $100,000 is RIDICULOUS, not to mention the fact that my entire wedding cost me a FRACTION of what she paid for just a video of the wedding. Goodness!

  • 02/13/14 at 12:20

    This is an amazing video. Yes, might be a little too short for what the couple have expected. But the videographer did a lot of amazing shoot, I’m sure they have worked very hard to capture everything and cut it down and created this video. I don’t see any problem within the video itself. Story is well told. I don’t understand why they want to sue the videographer. Didn’t they like their style of shooting before hiring them???
    I agreed to a few post ahead that this couple just want someone to pay for their over budgeted wedding.

  • 02/13/14 at 12:31

    I am throwing a BS flag at this entire article. Really! If your in the wedding industry, you know the value of word of mouth & the weekly drama’s that unfold.In Social Media it’s all about being relevant, stuff like Clicks,Likes,Shares & Comments. The video is top notch, and EVERYONE is saying this, It’s a showcase pieces, so I am calling BS for being legitimate, and saying BRAVO for a clever piece of marketing!

    VISUALAZ is now known name, and obviously does good work, Well played. I am sure this story will end with the Bride withdrawing from litigation, and VISUALAZ will likely have a “SALE” to rebuild “CONSUMER CONFIDENCE”

  • April
    02/13/14 at 12:33

    One must almost wonder if the whole thing is a marketing ploy. Perhaps the video company is on it…. The video is good, they know people are going to like it… and their company is in fact getting a lot of positive attention. With everything going “viral” these days I don’t put anything past anyone.

    How else did the video become available for public view?

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  • ro
    02/13/14 at 12:35

    Where is there any part of the video that wasn’t any good or something bad happened while filming this video???? NOTHING But A Normal wedding video shot very professional what did you expect a Movie Blockbuster…

  • RD
    02/13/14 at 12:38

    CLEARLY, she is looking to get everything for free! I bet she wanted to use a coupon too! Just a big scam artist! I wonder how much she will ask for in the divorce?

  • Kelsey
    02/13/14 at 12:43

    The video is beautiful. I would never sue the videographer for this, but I can kind of understand why she could be upset. If it were my wedding and my video, I’d have wanted more footage of the ceremony. Actually, I’d have wanted the WHOLE ceremony. If that is what I was expecting, I may have been a little upset upon receiving this video, too. Not so upset that I would ask for a refund or sue the company. But I might would ask for the uncut and unedited footage of the part of my wedding that I felt wasn’t adequately represented in my video; especially if I had communicated to the videographer exactly what I wanted and didn’t properly receive it.

  • Inchik
    02/13/14 at 12:46

    In Russian community and weddings, 13K is pretty standard for Video/Photo, at least based on my wedding experience. The video shown here is not great or exceptional as it doesn’t have the flow you would I would expected (and maybe the bride expected). However, its hard to judge and I can be wrong as it is only a small clip from entire video. There are different styles of filming and during selection process of the Video company, you have to take that into consideration and review many samples they provide making notes and comments. The company we used was very considerate of how we want things to be and produced exactly what we wanted. Also considering there are usually several cameras doing the filming there is a long process of cutting down the 10-20 hours of film into an hour or two of final product. This is where the couple should of participated closely.

    As for the lawsuit, it is just absurd. And over 100K for what? To recreate the wedding again and have a different company do the video?

    The only plausible lawsuit I can see, is for couple to take the raw footage and have it re-processed by another company and then sue just for the re-processing which would certainly not be over 100K, more like 7K or so. :) But even this is retarded …

  • Julie
    02/13/14 at 12:50

    What spoiled rich brats, BOTH of them. If your plan was to find some way to have your entire wedding paid for and NOT by you, maybe you should have started with a simpler, not so FUGLY wedding dress!! If you can’t afford it in the end, don’t plan it from the start. Period.

  • JC Klub
    02/13/14 at 12:54

    wow, what a joke. It appears they over spent for their extravagant wedding, and are looking to make this poor photographer foot the bill.
    I hope they see all these comments, take a long, hard look into their hearts for a serious reevaluation on what it means to be decent human beings

  • Tammy
    02/13/14 at 12:55

    1. This woman is just a spoiled brat
    2. She’s upset because she isn’t in every second of it, you can tell that she’s LOVING every second of attention that she gets. Its NOT all about her. Get over it lady the world doesn’t revolve around you
    3. They want this to go viral because of her bridal salon, I hope it backfires and makes people realize what a horrible person she is to deal with. DO NOT patronize this womens shop

    This is a very well done video and I hope that her and her overinflated ego get kicked out of court.

  • 02/13/14 at 12:57

    In 2 simple words (spoilt brat)

  • Lisa
    02/13/14 at 01:01

    I thought it was gorgeous, well-shot and superbly edited. I would have wanted it a little more personal and would have wanted more of the music I included in the actual ceremony & reception, but that’s it. Nice story told in the video. Just would have wanted different music myself. What is wrong with these people?

  • Alona
    02/13/14 at 01:15

    Lmaooo these comments are amazing and better than the story! Thanks for making me laugh guys!

  • Alona
    02/13/14 at 01:16

    To MIke! You are a disgusting piece of shit for talking shit about Jews…when this clearly has nothing to do with religion. Get a life, you are ignorant!

  • Betsy
    02/13/14 at 01:29

    her gown and hair were uglier than feces, but why blame the videographer?

  • MK
    02/13/14 at 01:31

    What a beautiful video! I pray that this couple will reevaluate their position. If anything, they could ask for the raw footage versus suing the company.

  • 02/13/14 at 01:37

    I hope that the end result is, lots more business for the videographer, who did an amazing job of assembling the moments & faces into a video that so many of us have enjoyed, having never met the bride & groom. I don’t know where they got the $100K figure from, or who the lawyer is that is assisting in this farce, I can only hope that justice & common sense will prevail.

  • JennP
    02/13/14 at 01:42

    This video is phenomenal. If you ask me, the only business named in the article that I would NEVER patronize is Monica’s Bridal Boutique. I have many friends and relatives that live in and around NYC. I will share this with them and encourage them to do the same. She should be absolutely ashamed of herself. What a jerk.

  • Chas in Canada
    02/13/14 at 01:46

    For one take, this is an amazing video! She should be so lucky!
    The couple should “faget about it” and move on with their forever after wedded bliss.
    I’m wondering if this is reverse advertising, Bad publicity is better than no publicity.

  • Christina
    02/13/14 at 01:58

    Seriously? I hope they have to pay the video company for wasting their time. Feel bad for Felix! You married a real winner there :/

  • goldlens
    02/13/14 at 02:04

    It is sad to see the racist, antisemetic comments… those are totally unrelated to the situation… the race of the bride and groom have nothing to do with their behavior… the comments about their being Jewish are simply hateful….

  • Simone Hill
    02/13/14 at 02:07

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  • Jessica Zad
    02/13/14 at 02:04

    This girl is looking for any attention. She probably didn’t read reviews.. I guarantee the video place has the raw footage. That first dress was so tacky and too much.. that second dress looked like a sweet 16 dress. She looks like she cant make up her mind. She probably spent too much and is looking for a way to get a dollar back. She doesn’t even look in love it looks like she chose any guy just so she can wear those tacky ugly dresses. poor guy.

  • Cami
    02/13/14 at 02:08

    While this video was well done. I have seen way better quality/stylistically better videos done for much cheaper than what she paid. I think she can be validated in the fact that she wanted a better video, I wouldn’t have paid for that for that much. But she should have also looked at his work before choosing the videographer. If the work varies in quality and style from his other videos, maybe she should get a refund?

    Suing is a big ridiculous.

  • Doug
    02/13/14 at 02:12

    They need to get over themselves and stop acting like spoiled brats. There is a good chance that they will be divorced in 5 years anyways.

  • Pb
    02/13/14 at 02:14

    Guess this troll Monica’s bridal dress salon in Brooklyn isn’t doing too well seeing as her daddy dearest opened it for her and paid for her entire wedding. Business must be bad for her to stoop that low. All that glitters isn’t gold and I guess her daddy didn’t get his tacky Russian vision produced, much rather an elegant cinematographic compilation.

  • 02/13/14 at 02:17

    What exactly is the issue with this video? I think I snoozed and missed the point.
    If there is a clash in vision, how about having a discussion with the videographer?
    In my opinion, this is just a scheme of trying to get work done free of charge.

  • Diana - PhillyPhotography
    02/13/14 at 02:27

    Beautiful video! It captured most important moments of the wedding, and a lot of cute little ones, professional quality work.
    Never thought I would say this about another female, but the girl who’s suing just being a spoiled *Russian Female Dog* ;))

  • Tania
    02/13/14 at 02:39

    This video was beautiful, no reason to use, the videographer did an amazing job.

  • 02/13/14 at 02:51

    The video was well done for the “cinematic style of editing” (Personally I do not like the “cinematic style” I prefer documentary and story telling style) I’m sure there is another side to the story, without know everything it is hard to say the bride is off base but it looks like it after seeing the video and $13 is a bit much for what I saw in their video but like I said there is probably much more to this story and no one could make a determination with out all the fact and we are not given all the fact here.. I would need to see the contract along with the video. I hope the poor guy has insurance…. if not she will put him out of business with just his legal fees to defend himself..

  • Cathy
    02/13/14 at 02:55

    Good luck with the marriage. I am surprised she didn’t sue him when she “got all dressed up and he only took her for burgers”

  • 02/13/14 at 03:01

    Does anyone on this thread speak Russian? Maybe it has to do with the fact that there was no Russian-speaking person working on the video. Maybe some things were said in Russian that were less than flattering to the bride and groom, or to the entire relationship? Like a silly joke or something that one of them was offended by that should not have been included in the video, but the people making it wouldn’t have caught it because they don’t speak Russian.

    Just a guess. That’s the only logical explanation that I can think of for a complaint about this video.

    Even if that was the case, $100,000 is WAY too much to sue for!

  • Tuxedobird
    02/13/14 at 03:11

    With all the REAL problems that people have to face, this makes me sick. Rich and entitled, they are in it for the money, or like Robb wrote, the whole thing is a marketing ploy. There are much bigger issues to deal with.

  • 02/13/14 at 03:17

    I question the validity of this whole thing. No way, man! This whole thing would be a great way for the company to get their name and work out there via social and traditional media. Are there any citations regarding the law suit? Think how many bookings this comany could get if this ‘lawsuit’ were fake. Regardless..they did GREAT WORK!

  • valerie
    02/13/14 at 03:24

    The couple paid $13,000 for a video of their wedding. If it were me, I would want the quality to match the price. There were apparently breaches of contract. If everything that was agreed on in writing wasn’t fulfilled, they have every right to complain and yes even sue. Yes it is a beautiful video. Yes they are an exceptionally beautiful couple who look very happy. But a contract is a contract. And for the price they paid, I don’t blame them. I do however disagree with the amount they are asking. Breech of contract should equal full refund and maybe legal fees, but that’s it.

  • Steph Gordon
    02/13/14 at 03:33

    Either this is a brilliant stunt by the bride in attempt to perhaps gain her 15 minutes of fame (hello, reality show?) or a genius marketing gimmick from the photographer to show off his talents. Either way, this has been given waaaaay too much publicity.

  • Kate
    02/13/14 at 03:34

    Before jumping to anything by simply watching the movie, get the rest of the facts of the situation. Here is some more info I found (I’m not saying its credible, but its more than just the video0

    They are asking for a whole lot, but they do have a pretty good reason for being upset with the company. Rewatching the video, I definitely noticed the sound overs which was not every good and personally I don’t like the jumping around either between different moments in the wedding. Also that the company did not follow all that was in the contract (they did not show up with all the equipment that the contract said was included).

  • Deepfathom
    02/13/14 at 03:41

    What a freaking brat! I think my whole wedding must’ve cost just a little under $1000. That’s including the flowers (which came from a local shop in town), the dress (which my mother made special for me for about $100), the cake (made by a neighbor), the decorations (which came from Michael’s or Joann’s craft stores and we mostly made by ourselves), the photographer (a student at the university we were both attending), the place (using our local church house was free), and I MADE my own wedding video. A lot of other neighbors and family members pitched in to help make our day memorable.

    I’m not saying this is everybody’s idea of the perfect wedding, but it worked for us. Even between our two families, we didn’t have much money for what people would consider a “dream wedding” these days. The most important thing was that i got to marry the love of my life. That was about five years ago and that’s still the thing I remember most: looking into his eyes as we were married. All the rest, the flowers, the decorations, even the dress to some extent, has faded into the background because we started a life together that day, regardless of the amount of money we spent.

  • Elle
    02/13/14 at 03:50

    From my perspective, I thought this video was awesome. However, photography/cinematography is completely about the customers opinion. While I didn’t see anything wrong with it, there may have been things they asked to be left out, but we’re included against their wishes. I agree with the other comments that they should have explained clearly what they wanted from the start. While her wedding was one of THE most expensive weddings I have ever seen (in every aspect), she still deserves her right as a paying customer, and a high paying one at that! I don’t think the price of 100,000 is appropriate for this situation; a full refund of 13,000 would have been just fine if it was the quality that she didn’t like. Because she is asking far above 50 grand, there must be other things that he did wrong (morally) for them to ask so much out of this company. I believe that there is more to this story, whether I agree with her accusations or not.

  • Momma Bear
    02/13/14 at 04:00

    Are you kidding me?!?! This video is stunning! Some people you just can’t please no matter what you do. I would give anything to have a video this lovely. He caught all of the perfect looks flashed between the 2. You can feel the love in this video and it even made me tear up..cause…well I’m a sap LOL.

  • Susan
    02/13/14 at 04:09

    This has to be the most beautiful video I’ve ever seen. They were blessed to find an absolutely amazing videographer. Every element was perfect. My impression is that nothing would be good enough for this bride. However it turned out, I feel she would have been unhappy about something. It looks like she wanted the best of everything and got the best of everything. I think this is a beautiful video and the bride knows it. I feel it is just an attempt at saying to the world, “look at my beautiful wedding”.

  • Jenn
    02/13/14 at 04:11

    it’s a snow day so ya’ll have time. Please watch this video and explain to me how in the realm of possibility a couple could be so upset with this beautiful video and Sue their videographer for $87K more than they paid for it because it’s so “horrible” it resembles an “an episode of Seinfeld”?! I hope that they lose in court and this video circulating on the internet gets this videographer MORE business i honestly think the wedding was over the top and expensive as evidenced by the video and they are trying to get money back in any way that they can

  • Jack Eaton
    02/13/14 at 04:20

    Oy! I hope the groom signed a pre-nup! A gorgeous viedo; just a rich brat trying to avoid a bill.

  • sarah
    02/13/14 at 04:23

    If they really don’t like it, I bet the company can redo the video to make it more “traditional”. I bet they still have the original footage. No reason to sue!!

  • Karen Spratt.
    02/13/14 at 04:26

    Lovely Video and very well done. Entitled Bridezilla. She shouldn’t get a penny back. she agreed and paid already. Too bad. Seems she has regrets how much the wedding cost and wants the videographer to pay for it. Hope this gets thrown out and laughed out of court.

  • Weddinggirl
    02/13/14 at 04:40

    I think the video is amazing and it matches the extravagant wedding. It captures the excitement of the day perfectly.

  • Gabe
    02/13/14 at 04:46

    Did anyone actually read the article? I think it’s obvious that this is nonsense. It begins “A Brooklyn couple were completely screwed over by the company that made their wedding video”. Does that sound like the first line of a legitimate news story. Not to mention it’s in the NY post, which is basically a glorified tabloid. I believe the author of this page should lose all credibility in perpetuating this garbage. And if this is real, then the bride, who I hear was turned down to play Snooki on the Jersey Shore remake, should go back to the blood-sucking sucubus of a hole that she crawled out of. Forget race, religion, nationality or what not. She gives human beings a bad name.

  • Alexandra
    02/13/14 at 05:13

    publicity stunt! That videographer will be rolling in it!

  • Jac
    02/13/14 at 05:19

    This is outrageous! They did a wonderful job. Sounds like a case of stuck up bitchness going on. I sure hope he had a clause about his lawyer fees being paid in case they rule in his favor! Stick it to the man!

  • Nicole
    02/13/14 at 05:20

    Seriously this girl is NUTS. The biggest medical problem her baby is going to have is the fact that he or she will have 1/2 of her mother’s genes. Ridiculous. I am willing to bet ANY amount of money she didn’t pay a dime for her wedding. Not only does she not deserve a dime, she deserves to get counter sued by the vendor. This is crap. Her lawyer needs to be disbarred for taking on such a frivolous crap. I hope the judge laughs in her face as he throws this out.

  • 02/13/14 at 05:48

    I would have wanted the actual music used instead of his crappy background for things like the Hora, but it’s what I expected when we had our wedding and for that reason we insisted that we get a copy of the uncut video that shows everything as it actually happened. As long as you have that, you can fix any problems. If the guy lost the video or messed it up, though, then I could see the need for some sort of lawsuit.

  • Ermrz
    02/13/14 at 06:09

    Great video the only thing for me is there could have been some translation other than that awsome work I think they are crazy

  • Nikki
    02/13/14 at 06:41

    The video was beautiful! Was it worth $13,000? I dunno. But, I will say this, I got married on the cheap & had a family member videotape. Even I would have been unhappy with the exchange if vows part of the video. They were zoomed in way too close, then cut away to other video they had if the bride & groom. They showed more of the guests than the bride & grooms vows. Suing for $100,000 is crazy. Yes, ask for what you paid for that was not provided. But, don’t expect they pay for your whole wedding!

  • 02/13/14 at 07:14

    First of all, 13k is obscene for what was done in one day of filming and probably a couple days of editing. Secondly, it was a good representation of the wedding and reception. I would make a stereotypical racial slur about Jewish money grubbing, but that isn’t politically correct and people would take it the wrong way. Suing for 100k, no way. It will be dismissed with no merit.

  • Doug
    02/13/14 at 07:34

    With all due respect to the bride, I think the video is beautiful, as I’m sure she will one day agree. The few criticisms here seem petty, especially from non-pro videographers. This was tasteful, elegant, and well made.

  • Christine
    02/13/14 at 07:47

    I thought the video was beautiful….and agree with most of the comments so far. I’m far from an expert, but I do think the editing was a bit off. It kind of skipped around, in one clip she was wearing that totally over-the-top wedding dress and in the very next one, she had on the glittery one. It was not what you would call seamless. That said, I think the videographer captured all the important parts. They both should be ashamed and hopefully this frivolous lawsuit will be thrown out. What a waste of a court’s time!

  • e vie
    02/13/14 at 08:24

    she should sue the dress company, they made it as big as her head

  • 02/13/14 at 09:05

    The video is of a professional level, no question! The rest is a meter of taste…but lawsuit? there mast be more to the story…

  • dov
    02/13/14 at 09:10

    After watching the video I now see why she is upset. All the music is in English. The editing team broke the 2% rule.

  • 02/13/14 at 09:11

    Boohoo! She’s obviously a spoiled brat looking for a handout. He should run.

  • sam
    02/13/14 at 09:45

    this video compilation is totally unprofessional, any 15 years old kid could do better job… videographer has no stile or feeling of what his final product should be like… in my opinio this Visualaz should give this couple all video materials and pay for somebody else to compile better video

  • 02/13/14 at 09:47

    The video meets professional standards. Obviously a money grab.

  • Kandyce
    02/13/14 at 09:53

    Are you kidding me?!?!?! This video was like a Million Dollar Motion Picture Compared to mine and I would be proud if this video was my own. Maybe they are upset because the memories they have weren’t depicted in it but at the same time maybe the videographer didn’t think those were appropriate to put in a wedding video. If there is more footage of the day maybe they should ask for that!

  • Melissa
    02/13/14 at 09:56

    Wow. What a citified brat. She needs to appreciate life and the moments around her instead of focus on what she can find wrong to benefit her. Unbelievable. This is a beautiful wedding keepsake.

  • Whitnee
    02/13/14 at 10:39

    I keep watching this and wondering what the problem is and why they are suing. Our video was so bad for our wedding that she left out the kiss at the alter. It was the wedding hug!! You get what you pay for and this video is really sweet.

  • Jim Kersten
    02/13/14 at 11:04

    This is easily a $30k video in the Midwest. Probably $45k on the coasts. The couple is just trolling.

  • 02/14/14 at 12:00

    I’m not privy to the contract details, or the production details, but what I see in this video is excellent technical work and beautiful storytelling. I’m not sure the photographers could have fit a jib into the ceremony location at all, and i think at the reception location it may have been unsafe.

    For what it’s worth, I’ve worked in broadcast television for a decade, including live tv, reality tv, commercials, and feature film. I’ve won 2 Telly awards and worked on one project that won an Emmy for Technological Achievement in a Sports Broadcast, and stories like this make me feel for everyone in the wedding industry. She got a bargin at $13,000.

  • Kenny
    02/14/14 at 06:19

    Agree totally. There are many many hours of editing in this piece and the camera work is excellent, never out of focus;, the audio tracks marry with the visuals and the voice overs and the mix is superb! You could not buy an hour of this production quality for $13,000 in the commercial broadcast world. Makes me think there is more to this story than a law suit, No judge would ever give this case to the complainants, even if he knew nothing about video production work. You are right, the poor guys and gals in the wedding videography business have a very hard game to play. Makes one wonder what the real story here is all about?

  • Jessica Zadka
    02/14/14 at 12:00

    Ugliest bride!

  • Jennifer
    02/14/14 at 12:46

    I just got married three months ago, and I too had a wedding videographer at my wedding. I have to say that this wedding videographer in my opinion did a fabulous job at this couples wedding. I think that this women is being to hard on the videographer, this video was done very tastefully and elegant. She needs to relax the memories are still there from what I saw.

  • Rose
    02/14/14 at 05:17

    She needs to be suing herself for delivering such a shitty ungrateful attitude and get her terrible nose job out of her ass. If I was the videographer I would be pressing charges for having to work with such a spoiled shallow waste of a human. She probably didn’t like the video because she could see clearly how smelly her energy and ugly (on the inside) she seemed on camera. THE CAMERA DON’T LIE! That woman should of spent money on personality classes instead of shoveling out daddy’s cash for her to just piss and moan over her beautifully executed wedding day flick. I hope the husband gets out quick while he still can! “BUT DADDY I WANT A GOLDEN GOOSE NOW”.. ew gross gag.

  • Paskesz
    02/14/14 at 06:00

    Well, this marriage won’t last long. Self centered, petulant 3yr olds at its peak, right here, for the world to see.
    The video is fine. It’s the players that make me gag.

  • Martha
    02/14/14 at 06:29

    The only values she is showing (are these the ones she mentions in her speech?) come from a wallet – spoiled brat!!

  • Jim
    02/14/14 at 07:18

    It’s evil people like this who make the world a horrible place for others. The video was very well done. It perfectly captured their selfishness and insecurity.

  • 02/14/14 at 08:23

    The general consensus from the local video community I’m in is that the video is fine…she’s just being a spoilt little brat who wants a payday from the wedding she didn’t even pay for herself. No crane? I’m betting she would have thrown a fit if they had managed to get a crane in the venue because it “….was too obvious and in the way.” Methinks someone is just used to throwing hissy fits and having everyone cave in to her.

  • Trish
    02/14/14 at 08:35

    My photographer took great shots of us ; however , the big problem was she purposely had us sight papers before wedding of important people in our family ( who we want photographed) our wedding party erc what pictures were special to us I personally thought wow we picked the best photographer she said we’ll i do this as wedding get hectic and it easier if I already know your pictures and party we’ll whst happened was/—– none not one of my mother in way and father in law not one of my parents not one my mom and my dad both traveled two days to drive here
    We had a bike wedding and we wanted a specific pic with our pic not taken
    I said I like some refund her abserr absurd—- get re dressed and get all people missing she will give me half hour anything above the half hour she starts charging!!!!!! My mom and dad could not come on her year she had one year then half hour warranty dropped I am just telling everyone she good but —- explaining my wedding pic that got missed

  • Beba
    02/14/14 at 09:37

    This is one of the most beautiful wedding videos I have ever seen, it’s like a Lifetime movie! I got married in the dining room of my house because my husband was in a wheelchair at the time. We had a total of 8 guests and we have 3 fuzzy photos of the day, thanks to friends. This couple should be absolutely ashamed of themselves (although I suspect it’s driven by the bride and her “5 star” expectations). While I wish you a long and happy marriage Monica, I suspect that real life will never live up to what you expect, so I feel sorry for you.

  • s457
    02/14/14 at 09:50

    Everyone thinks the couple wants $100k to pay for the wedding but from the looks of it they are already pretty wealthy. This wedding may have well been over $100k. I’ve watched enough episodes of Platinum Wedding to know that some can be over half a million dollars while not looking like it. $30k just for flowers, $20k for 1 wedding gown, etc. They are most likely suing because they figured another production company could have captured their day better, and they should have not promised them things and not deliver (camera crane, 4 digital camera people, a Russian translator). It was a little half assed how they didn’t do captions or a voice over when the speeches were in Russian. I read parts about certain important religious parts not being included. Also some of the angles were so weird. How they were looking over a guest’s shoulder, between the arms, lol.

    But this is not entirely the fault of the production company. She should have poured over their previous work and know that this is what the company produces. $13k for a video is a lot so they probably thought they were getting top notch work (which it was, but nothing spectacular). Now if it was $2-5k then yeah, I would be like they are total scammers trying to make a quick buck.

    This video for instance is incredible. You can tell the production company is really talented, as they’ve completely tailored the editing to showcase the wedding in a very beautiful way. Also its an ethnic wedding, so the important traditional parts were highlighted.

    All in all the couple should have done a better job at picking a cinematographer, and this should teach production companies that they should not be over promising and under delivering. A wedding is a very important day in one’s life, and should not be taken lightly. (As for myself, my standards are wayyy lower than this bride so this would not be nearly as earth shattering. She needs to reevaluate her life and figure out that there are worst things that can happen than a wedding video not going as planned.)

  • cnt
    02/14/14 at 10:31

    she needs the money for another bad nose job

  • Soonitwillbeu
    02/14/14 at 02:43

    does any one know which lawyer she used to defend her case?

  • 02/14/14 at 06:49

    ummmmmmmm? This Video is absolutely Beautiful! This Bridezilla won’t be successful in her claims, but I’m sure this Videographer will get more exposure and clients!!!! She did them a favor. lol

  • 02/16/14 at 04:35

    Divorced within a year. Just sayin’.

  • 02/17/14 at 04:55

    I can’t see this video but the title is very excellent

  • AlbertTorrel
    02/18/14 at 10:16

    The truth is that this isn’t the video! This is what this company calls a trailer. They use it to market their own company essentially on couples dimes. Who would pay 13k for a 14min video? The lawsuit isn’t even about the video as a whole. The video is only the underline subject of the lawsuit. The actual lawsuit is about breach of contract. If they would be looking for some sort of money from it, believe me at a wedding like this they have tens of vendors who some of could cost triple the video. Haven’t you people asked yourself, why not file a lawsuit against any of them? From reading the case file on this, its actually a very very good case. By contract the studio was obligated to show up with 4 video cameras, 4 video camera operators, a camera crane, a certified stedicam operator, a camera operator who was sold to have Hollywood credits as well as produce a 2hr long wedding video. At the end none of that showed up exp the owner of the studio with his wife with two still shot camera’s and a stedicam. The end result was a poorly shot wedding and a video that went for less then an hr (54min based on court files). Needless to say they destroyed the poor couples raw footage and name by releasing the sham video you all watched that they tightly edited for use as marketing across multiple social/video networks. What your all saying is its ok to rip people off..

    anyone who see’s a flaw in my comment, I do challenge you to send me an item of great value to yourself that can never be replaced as well as 13k of your money. Ill sign a contract promising you the world, destroy your item kf value, breach 90% of said contract and keep your money. then show the world me holding a perfect version of your item of value claiming this is what I gave you. And really anyone saying recover funds.. are you kidding me? even if the amount was the original 122k a case like this can go well over that in legal fees. this while case give or take if all counts pass would be 50k. The point here isn’t and was never money or publicity! it was to put something on file in the court system to protect other couples from predatory vendors of this sort who feel they can make promises legally bound by contract, not deliver on the majority of it, destroy your raw footage, botch your film and then stop you from showing your points while slandering you because to get your raw footage to try to edit it with another studio the threaten you with doing what they did anyway unless you sign away copyrights. if this sounds like a world you want to do business in I have a bridge and toll boots you need to come look at. im even sure she tried to do this without the courts. its been like 7 months since she received the final cut and she only files now? what do you think she was doing for 7 months?

  • 02/19/14 at 08:37

    Funny we’ve just had a similar issue with a client from Florida who had a destination wedding in Paris. We shot a great video of the wedding day. He was extremely demanding on the editing part asking for different edits that weren’t agreed on at first – We sent out 6 DVD’s and the quicktime movie and never got paid for the work that we had done pretexting that the final product was terrible after all !! Lucky enough most of our clients are sweet hearts but once in a while … I am just being extremely cautious now with contract, payment ect as we lost $5,000 on this nerve racking wedding production.

  • 03/04/14 at 09:52

    **IF** This even goes to Trial.. I hope there is a counter suit.. Because the Judge will laugh this case right out of court. The amount of proof needed is to prove their case isn’t there.
    A. False Advertising and Representation of the ability to do the Job.
    B. Total and Gross Negligence
    C. A complete Breach of Contract that effects a good portion of the outcome. Not just a missed moment here and there.
    D. Reasonable Financial, and Emotional Distress With Cause.

    None of those are present or provable. The final Video was Beautiful, Professional, and in keeping with the spirit of the Wedding.. I believe the plaintiffs will be denied, and perhaps even charged for Slander..
    Thats My Opinion anyway

  • 03/21/14 at 12:11

    I am impressed by your work. I will recommend your work to my friends for their upcoming wedding.

  • T. Taylor
    03/21/14 at 04:39

    I can’t see the video. Can someone post a link that works?

  • william5849
    09/16/14 at 04:30

    As a Tampa Wedding Photographer, I can see that this would be a problem for me. High end clients aren’t the best as they seem.

  • DP
    10/13/14 at 02:22

    I had to dig around to actually find a link that I could actually watch the video. I’m dumb founded…the video was beautiful. I think the issue is some people are out of touch with reality, only because they may have more money than God and don’t know what actually is important here. The wedding…… I have been engaged for 2years to the man of my heart. We dated for many years until he had the money to buy me a ring and ask me. We have had to postpone our wedding twice now, with a possible third because I lost my job due to the economy crashing and we have had no money for anything other than trying to buy our utilities. It’s a shame that some can spend 100k for a wedding when some couples can’t even come up with 10k…… my advice to brides or grooms who think they have to complain, sue to get this dramatic video perfect needs a reality check on life! I would be ashamed to have such an over the top wedding, then try to sue because it wasn’t what “I’ wanted. Think of those who are trying to find some money to even have their wedding in the first place!

  • 02/26/15 at 11:41

    Some of the lighting conditions that it was filmed in were very difficult to cope with but the videographer did really well. Very imprerssive work overall and any expert in this field who would state otherwise would have an impossible job of justifying that opinion

  • 02/28/15 at 11:57

    I think that what you said made a bunch of sense.
    But, what about this? what if you wrote a catchier post title?
    I mean, I don’t want to tell you how to run your website, however suppose
    you added a title to maybe grab a person’s attention? I mean This Couple Is
    Suing Their Videographer For Over $100K (See The Wedding Video) – The Knot Blog
    is kinda boring. You could look at Yahoo’s home
    page and see how they create post titles to get people interested.

    You might add a video or a pic or two to grab people excited about
    everything’ve got to say. In my opinion, it would make your posts a little livelier.

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