My Promo Film!

I am so excited to finally show everyone what I have been working on for the last few months, my promo film!

I wanted people to know me, but text and pictures on my website and blog can only go so far. I think that my film will tell you so much about me, my business and my amazing clients, it’s really amazing 🙂

I am so grateful to my husband for always support me and helping any way that he can, to my friends and family for letting me pose them around like dolls and to the amazing Alejandra of Imaginale Design for filming and creating my film!

  1. Allie and Aaron | Trinity Park Engagement Photographer | Julie Wilmes Photography Blog

    June 3rd, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    […] was glad they offered to help with my promo film shoot (they aren’t engaged but acted as the engaged couple for the day) and we had a blast […]

  2. Dejah | Fort Worth Senior Photographer | Julie Wilmes Photography Blog

    June 6th, 2013 at 3:16 pm

    […] helped me with my promo film – she modeled as my senior and I had a ton of fun with […]

  3. Senior: Dejah | Fort Worth Senior Photographer | Julie Wilmes Photography Blog

    June 13th, 2013 at 1:38 am

    […] helped me with my promo film – she modeled as my senior and I had a ton of fun with […]

  4. jennefer and michael | dallas wedding photographer » Julie Wilmes

    July 23rd, 2013 at 11:37 pm

    […] Jennefer was my wedding photographer and I am glad to have worked with her several times, I can’t lie – it was nerve-wracking to photograph her! But she is a natural beauty and even more natural in front of the camera (plus she’s super creative! Check our her instagram sometime, she made the bouquet for the session!) I was so happy that they agreed to don their wedding clothes and help me with my promo film. […]

  5. The Ribbon Wall » Julie Wilmes

    June 13th, 2014 at 2:03 pm

    […] After about 10 minutes, the guys figured out an ingenious way to cut it efficiently and nicely, they simply stood facing each other at the proper distance (18ft) and had others RUN the ribbon back and forth around their hands, thus creating the right strip length and then they cut them when they had about 10 strips ready (5 rounds of running back and forth) and with this plan, we quickly had everything cut. I wish I had taken pictures of them trying to cut the strips, watching them from the balcony is one of my most vivid memories from that weekend (perhaps because the guys were yelling obscenities at me from below because I had “cursed” them with this chore.) But once the guys were done, we started to tie the knots on to the rope and I am so grateful to our photographer, who went above and beyond her job when she let us go down to start the rehearsal and took over tying the strips to the rope. Seriously, she was a lifesaver! (Side note: Jennefer and Michael had a ribbon wall at their wedding, something I didn’t know when I was planning my wall as well and she was the one who directed me to the ribbon site, and also she appreciated the effort of the wall so I’m even more grateful for her because she did TWO of these suckers in six months, her and Michael’s ribbon wall is actually in my promo film!) […]

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