5.13.2010

DJ Countesses Wedding Video Looks Like an Advert for Affluence



How 100% baller was DJ Countess' wedding? I would actually enjoy going to weddings if they were all like this: a scenic location, beautiful women, loads of champagne and groomsmen who have been capped (Kyle Beckerman and Oguchi Onyewu, please stand up).

Congrats to DJ & his missus though. Also have to give props to whoever produced this...easily the most cinematic wedding video ever committed to mini-SD card.

25 comments:

SCNewJersey said...

dope.

ajr said...

looks like seth trembly and nelson akwari were there also... RSL OG's

andrés said...

and Gooch and Alex Yi were in the line-up! Nice! But damn you DJ, now my girlfriend's gonna want to have this done!

Anonymous said...

great catch for DJ.....too bad we couldnt say that same when he was playing in MLS

Pool Tables said...

That video was way way good. I think I'm going to quit my day job and do whatever that guy does cause it looks like it works. congrats.

Anonymous said...

The video was really well-done, but the wedding looked really bland and blonde. Rather go to a quirky one any day...

Anonymous said...

i got married at the same place and i am a regular joe nobody

Jay said...

Someone involved in that wedding has a shit ton of money. Who hires a steadicam operator and a camera elevator for a wedding video? At least a two person crew, as well, since there's footage of both the groom's and the bride's pre-ceremony prep.

Fuck, that's not just a wedding video, it's a demo reel.

Jay said...

Yeah, all confirmed on the actual vimeo page. Curiously enough, it appears to have been shot on a Canon DSLR. Oh, technology, how I love you.

Anonymous said...

Who did the bride's make-up?

Who did DJ's?

Ryan Southwell said...

Andres, just say the word and we'll hook you up. Jay, your words are inspiring. It was a crazy shoot and a little over the top on our end but for these guys I wanted to really make it count. And it's not as pricey as you may think.
Thank you gents. I'm diggin this blog.
Ryan

Brian said...

I admit I'm tripping balls right now...but did I spot Gooch and The Great Unwashed in some wedding video? I'm not even sure what I'm watching..

tfina said...

Sick video, Can't let my girlfriend get any ideas...

Either mediocre GKs make a ton of money or he married well (OK, he did good anyway. Mmmm..)

My question is did he drop the ring?

marty said...

1. maybe they have a friend(s) who donated time/equipment as their gift!
2. yes new Canon dSLR's are the shit

Jay said...

Meh. I'm still holding out for the Red Scarlet.

Alan said...

If his GK skills were 1/2 as good as this vid, he'd be on the Nats!

FrancoS said...

Is he still playing somewhere?

Been There said...

Sad, but less than a year later she took all the gifts and ran. Classic case of gold-diggers in action. Thankfully no kids.

chicago and indiana wedding video said...

It's good that you can now get a professional service to cover your wedding day. This really helps capture the magic and special moments of this wedding.

Anonymous said...

This cat calling himself "Been there" has been posting similar malicious comments all over the web. Think he must be either a sicko or has been jilted himself at some time. Hope he eventually gets a life.

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure about "Been There" re: other remarks, but they are right on about this one. Public records confirm one Nicole Bailey petitioned one Delvin Countess (Junior=DJ) for a divorce less than a year after the deal was sealed. Looks like he made a better choice in groomsmen than he did for his bride!

Definitely a great video, though your talents would be better used in cinematic film. Really over the top for a wedding?! The whole event felt 'produced' and like an advertisement for wealth, not like an intimate celebration of love and commitment. Maybe that should have been his first red flag.

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