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2dg style feat @ National herald ,New york USA

full article and newspaper here (2dgstyle @ page 12)

a special thank you to Angelike Contis @ National Herald


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THEOTOKOS foundation

“In my 10 years of experience I have had the honor to observe and capture special moments in time in the very personal lives of other people. The ability to be part of the memories of an others’ happiness is what constitutes the inspiration for my work. The “Theotokos” project is one of these unique experiences that has truly touched me on many levels and has been one of the most gratifying projects yet. Therefore, I am very delighted to share this .
Let the eyes, laughter and determination of these young individuals warm your hearts as they did mine and be a reminder that all of us are just a tiny part of a big picture, unique in our own ways.

soundtrack is called Trees and Trust from Kye Kye (2dg re-edit) licensed by




March 2, 2012 - 19:38

2dgstyle thank you

March 1, 2012 - 10:31

Nikos Dimou Great video Lee… Just great!

March 1, 2012 - 00:24

Joanna Very touching video Lee.. So emotional.. Congratulations!!

February 29, 2012 - 21:11

Theo This is excellent! Brilliantly heart-warming!
Well Done Lee!!!

2DG Style goes Venice Italy

A few days back i was invited to Venice Italy to document a Filipino wedding alongside one of Phillipines finest photographers Oly Ruiz.
Needless to say what amazing experience our 3day journey was.
Filipinos are wonderful people and i got to meet,talk and spent time with more than 30 of them.
It was a huge pleasure for me to be a part of a wedding like this!

Also in Venice i discovered a more photographic side of me …!!!
njoy some of my favorite pictures ..
an amazing highlights clip


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Wedpro goes Santorini

for more info click Part1 and Part2


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2dg style – Οpen for 2011 Bookings

This year due to popular demand i’ve decided to start bookings a little bit earlier than usual.
So finally I’m happy to announce that we are accepting bookings for 2011.

For more info you can contact me

there will be only 20 dates available for 2011
new features added like Full HD,Blu-ray,Dslr and more..


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2dgstyle moved to Athens

Havent been around my blog much the last few weeks cause recently i moved to athens and unfortunately thanks to our wonderful greek internet providers !!! i had serious problems to active an internet connection in my new home.

Hopefully everything will be back to normal in the next days.

Also ,

one of my couples had to transfer their wedding dates
so if you are interesting in booking me for 11-12-13th of June feel free to contact me at


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Wedpro GTG in Athens

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2dg style – EventDV top25 Finalist


2dgstyle – 60sec real for Event Dv magazine from lee bakogiannakis on Vimeo.

Still jumping up and down,
dont think i can write anything more.
For now you can you can read all about it here



April 7, 2010 - 19:42

Γιώργος Αυγερινός Παντελή Συγχαρητήρια, για την διάκριση αλλά κυρίως για την πολύ καλή δουλειά!!! Κάθε δουλειά καλύτερη από την προηγούμενη και αυτό έχει σημασία… Εις ανώτερα!

March 8, 2010 - 17:34

Garry Garza Congrats Lee!,For me you are of the best!

March 5, 2010 - 21:01

yiannis sotiropoulos Congratulations Lee!!!!

March 4, 2010 - 19:53

georgep My RESPECT…mr Lee !

March 4, 2010 - 18:06

Vasilis Συγχαρητήρια,αν και δεν μου προξενεί καμία έκπληξη η αναγνώρισή σου στο εξωτερικό.Το αντίθετο μάλιστα θεωρώ ότι σε αδικεί το γεγονός ότι οι ξένοι δεν γνωρίζουν το πως τελούνται τα μυστήρια στην Ελλάδα(δεν υπάρχει σχεδον τίποτε στημένο ,και ο ρυθμός είναι απρόβλεπτος για το φωτογράφο και το βιντεογράφο, που έχουν να αντιμετωπίσουν τόσα διαφορετικά απρόοπτα σε κάθε τελετή).
Επιπλέον δεν γνωρίζουν το Ορθόδοξο τυπικό και πολλά από τα πλάνα σου θα είναι γι’ αυτούς ακατανόητα.
Αν η κατάταξη γίνοταν με βάση τη σύλληψη των συναισθημάτων της ημέρας θα σε είχαν σε πολύ υψηλότερη θέση.

Wedpro at Papigo 09

What happens when 5 photographers,1 videographer and 2 couples get together ?

an amazing 2 day share your knowledge “JUST BETWEEN FRIENDS” experience in one
of the most beautiful places i’ve seen in my life!

~For more info about the wedpro crew and the Papigo event visit

first day – an all around the table conversation shot using 2 canon 5d and 1 canon 7d

a big thank you to Spiros Zaharakis

for letting me play with his brand new canon 7d ..!!!

The using only a Canon 7d 720p video,

Wedpro goes Papigo 09 from lee bakogiannakis on Vimeo.

for 720p HD quality just click here,

more Wedpro events coming soon,

stay tuned.


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November 20, 2009 - 11:34

Vasilis Πάνω που είχα “πέσει” από τις ατελείωτες ώρες render μου έφτιαξε το κέφι το κλιπάκι.

Domes of Elounda – water teaser

I spent the last 3 days shooting a video for an amazing all suites hotel, Domes of Elounda .
First time using the Canon 7d and also first time shooting underwater!!!

Fully edited clip will follow soon,

for now njoy this one


Domes of Elounda- water teaser from lee bakogiannakis on Vimeo.

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2dg style reads Refocus

Recently a very interesting book was published -REFOCUS authored by Ron and Tasra Dawson.

For aspiring and established professionals alike, Refocus: Cutting-Edge Strategies to Evolve Your Video Business gives you what you need to know to start, run, and grow a successful videography business. From the solo freelancer to the mom-and-pop shop and corporate video producer, each will benefit from the inspirational lessons and detailed, practical advice offered by two well-known industry leaders.

2dgstyle is mentioned for his Wedfact award winning Baptism video

Refocus: Cutting-Edge Strategies to Evolve Your Video Business is published by Peachpit Press

for more info about Refocus

I had the change of reading a few pages and i must admit that this book will be a very useful tool for a lot of people.


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a 2DG STYLE video goes In-Focus



2010 is more than an event featuring 13 studios –10 from the 2008 EventDV 25 Hottest and Most Influential Studios in the Industry – it is an online resource to help you stay IN[FOCUS] throughout the year.

In an industry where technology and talent are being introduced at lightning speed, the IN FOCUS BLOG is a hub for all the latest reviews, tips, and demonstrations. Our international blog team which is already cranking out entries to enlighten and inspire.

No matter the size or age of your business, it pays to be IN[FOCUS]!


Recently 2DG Style was honored to share one of his latest videos in the IN-Focus facebook group page.

Some of the most talented videographers are members in that group.

you can check out my featured video here

If you want to know more about IN-FOCUS just click here

A big THANK YOU to Don Pham for this opportunity.


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WedPro is online

Something that was floating in the air as an “what if” idea only a few months back,
is slowly coming to life.
WEDPRO is a friendly group of 5 photographers and 1 videographer.
want to know more ?


Εδώ και λίγες ώρες είναι στον διαδυκτιακό “αέρα” το πρώτο μη συνδρομητικό forum στην Ελλάδα με θεμα την φωτογραφια και το video γάμου.Το WedPro !

Η συνεχής αναζήτηση μας πάνω σε θέματα της φωτογραφίας και του βίντεο μας οδήγησε στην δημιουργία του WedPro. Μέσα σε αυτό το forum τα μέλη ανταλλάσουν απόψεις , τεχνικές γνώσεις ,αλλά και παρουσιάζουν την δουλειά τους προς κριτική.

Μπορείτε να δείτε τα μέλη που απαρτίζουν το WedPro εάν επισκεφτείτε την σελίδα

Θα δείτε ένα μικρό δείγμα δουλείας από το κάθε μέλος ενώ μπορείτε από τα links να οδηγηθείτε στην προσωπική σελίδα του κάθε μέλους .

Ένα από τα πολύ σημαντικά στοιχεία που χαρακτηρίζουν το WedPro είναι ότι για να γίνει κάποιος μέλος δεν χρειάζεται να πληρώσει συνδρομή! Το μόνο που χρειάζεται είναι να λάβει πρόσκληση από μέλος του Wedpro.


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2dg style -made the eventDV top25 list…!!!

i couldnt be more happy,
just got news that i was voted as one of the most influential videographers of the world by EventDv magazine.
I’m the first greek videographer ever to make that list and i couldnt be prouder for this,

you can check the official results here,

go to 2:20 if youre in a hurry,



March 28, 2009 - 07:56

zoi ampatzi it was matter of time..bravo pantelo

March 27, 2009 - 09:25

2dgstyle Thanks Sal.


March 27, 2009 - 07:55

Salvijus Lee, I knew you will be on that list.
Just can say that your creativity was the bigest inspiration for me through 2008 (allways was waiting for your new clip) and I hope it will be through 2009 also.

March 24, 2009 - 03:53

Yiannis Saroglou Sugxaritiria, polu spoudaio auto pou kataferes. Eis anwtera.

March 23, 2009 - 16:15

Alexandros Karipidis Sinharitiria, gia tis sintheseis pou pragmatopoiois kai gia ton monadiko tropo (pov kai) ekfrasis ton sinaisthimaton, great chef of video.

March 23, 2009 - 03:51

Yiannis Saroglou Sugxaritiria, polu spoudaio auto pou kataferes. Eis anwtera!

March 22, 2009 - 05:27

vagelis douros mpravo palikari mou!!!!!
to topio allazei kai eisai enas apo tous protagonistes aytis tis allagis!!!!

March 20, 2009 - 11:30

2dgstyle Σας ευχαριστω πολυ,
συντομα θα ξεκινησω σεμιναρια για βιντεοσκοπηση και επεξεργασια γαμου!!
Stay tuned..

March 20, 2009 - 03:22

Kostas Mantalias Lee πολλά συγχαρητήρια για την σημαντική αυτή διάκριση στο eventDV, στα είπε και ο jimmys τηλεφωνικά και έμαθα ότι είσαι πολύ χαρούμενος! Well done, έτσι πρέπει!

March 20, 2009 - 01:45

Antonis Panta akougetai paraksena na akous to onoma sou na proferetai apo enan kseno! Xairomai gia tin prosopiki sou kataksiosi Panteli kai efxomai na mporeseis na tin eksargyroseis me kapoio tropo sti xora pou ergazesai. Kali dynami…

March 19, 2009 - 09:24

Spiros Zaharakis When I first saw the contest I immediately thought that you will be in that list for sure.

I’m so glad I was right.

Congratulations, you belong there.

March 18, 2009 - 04:49

2dgstyle Anastasia…!

se efxaristo poli


March 18, 2009 - 03:11

anastasia Teleia – Teleia – Teleia
You are the best

March 17, 2009 - 18:56

Walter S. Chelliah Awesome bro! Mom will be proud! 😉

March 17, 2009 - 18:13

2dgstyle thanks guys,
still cant believe it.
Best day ever today!!


March 17, 2009 - 17:21

george pahountis congratulations! I believed in you Lee.It is remarkable how you can evoke emotions with your films.Always a fan of yours.

March 17, 2009 - 16:54

Evro Moudanidis Synharitiria my friend. A well deserved position!!

Moudanie Pictures
Sydney | Australia

2dgstyle- Dark Horse Candidate EventDV top 25 list


Cant describe how excited i am for been the first greek wedding videographer candidate for the eventdv top 25 list.

There so many videographers out there taking wedding videography to a whole new level and thanks to them i was recently informed that i’m a candidate for that list also.

the voting has started here

for more about the eventdv top 25 list



January 20, 2009 - 04:07

2dgstyle Thank you Spiros,

i voted for Walter also..hehe


January 20, 2009 - 02:05

Spiros Zaharakis You deserve to be there Lee.

When I saw the “Vote for Walter” post at WedFact I voted first for you and then for W.

January 17, 2009 - 16:15

lee bakogiannakis Thanks Ray,once more!!hehe

Kirie Paxounti,i psifoforia ginete mono apo professionals kai an den kano lathos ite apo videographers ite apo photographers.

opos kai na xi ,
thanks gia to support!


January 17, 2009 - 12:18

george pahountis pou psifizoume? to voting einai mono gia videographers? Ego pantos sas psifisa kirie proedre..

January 13, 2009 - 02:36

anastasia Το να είσαι υποψήφιος μέσα στους 25 καλύτερους είναι από μόνο του επιτυχία. Καλά αποτελέσματα

January 12, 2009 - 08:20

Ray estrada you have my vote! best of luck.

January 12, 2009 - 07:35

2dgstyle Thanks ,
για αλλη μια φορα..!!!
ειμαι απλα υποψηφιος..
τα αποτελεσματα τον μαρτιο.


January 12, 2009 - 06:35

anastasia Η μία επιτυχία διαδέχεται την άλλη….
Συγχαρητήρια Lee

2dg style event dv magazine interview

Due to some serious family problems i wasnt able to post anything for the last weeks but today is a special day for me.
been the first greek wedding videographer interviewed by event dv (a magazine that has feat. the top cream of wedding videography like stillmotion,jason magbanua,bliss video productions to name a few and gives us the top25 videographers of the world ) is quite an honor.
I hope this interview will help and inspire other greek wedding videographers to step up.

i would like to thank Stephen Nathans-Kelly and Elizabeth Avery Walsh Merfeld from Event Dv magazine for this opportunity,


Studio Time | Lee Bakogiannakis, 2dg: Sound and Vision

When the time comes to put his legacy in order, Lee Bakogiannakis wants to be remembered for his contributions to the Greek wedding video industry. But for now he’ll settle for being known as the guy who “made Bon Jovi cool again.” Or as the videographer who makes family portraits and other inanimate objects in his wedding videos speak. Or for the “almost gothic” quality he brings to them through his manipulation of color.

The VJ Years
Like fellow WedFACT member Kristen* of Bliss*, Bakogiannakis says that music (house music, not ’80s hair metal) is part of what got him into videography. A former VJ in Athens’ top two dance clubs (+Soda and Umatic), Bakogiannakis now has his own studio, 2DG STYLE, that he runs out of his hometown of Thessaloniki, ensconced on a gulf of the Aegean Sea in northern Greece.

The experimentation that has defined his work started one day in 2000 when a friend called him to ask if he could find a digital camera and come help him shoot DJ Carl Cox, who was spinning at a big party at a club. He borrowed someone’s Hi8 handycam, showed up, and thus began his career “making all the crazy videos they show on the big screens” in the clubs, he says.

Bakogiannakis and his friend went into business together providing the equipment and the footage played each night in the clubs. They made promo videos for the night’s sponsors and videos to advertise upcoming club events, and they mixed those with basically whatever they wanted. “I had complete creative freedom,” he says. “One night I took a DVD from my dad’s collection, a virtual aquarium with lots of colorful fishes. I played around a bit with the software I used back then [MAGIX Video Deluxe], and when I projected the clip, almost everyone just took a seat and was glued to the screen for quite some time,” he recalls. “I felt a bit proud that night.” Assuming he wasn’t Greek because he kept a low profile at the clubs, “people were coming up to me and speaking English, saying, ‘I really like your work, man.’ ”

For 3 years he lost money as a VJ. He finally quit after bristling with club owners, but he says he can’t put a price on what he learned. “I learned a lot about videos. I had the freedom to experiment, and I got to meet lots of people, some of whom I still work with on projects.” From time to time he returns to the clubs to shoot DJs like LTJ Bukem, who just recently posted a 2-year-old video by Bakogiannakis on YouTube.

From Freelance to 2DG
In 2003, Bakogiannakis returned to Thessaloniki to try to carve out a living as a freelance wedding videographer. He invested in a Sony DSR DP-150 and a powerful PC, “and then I thought, ‘Okay, and now what do I do with them?’ I had no idea what I was getting myself into,” he says. As a freshman freelancer, he never believed that his work would later be described by top videographers as “fresh” and “modern.” Back then the only thing fresh he was making was his morning demitasse espressos, as he was stuck with grunt work, converting VHS tapes to DVDs for other studios. In the time he spent working for others, he saw that the industry was a stranger to experimentation and comprised “guys shooting and editing in the exact same way for the last five years.”

Partly as a result, he discovered that for too many Greek couples hiring wedding videographers, “It’s all about quantity, not quality,” a fact all too familiar to those in the American videography scene as well. Out of the approximately 10 crews “worth your time,” he says, “there are at least five or six that can shoot or deliver a good product. But nothing amazing.”

He has kinder words to describe the work of Greek wedding photographers, and he credits some of the country’s top wedding photographers for getting 2dg off the ground. In the beginning, he says, “I partnered with two of the best Greek photographers. I had seasons in which I was flying from one place to another like crazy. A wedding in Florina on Friday, a wedding in Santorini on Saturday, and then a wedding in Chalkidiki on Sunday.”

For that first couple of years, Bakogiannakis shot an ambitious 60 to 70 weddings, which was “impossible to handle.” He nearly halved that number this year and plans to do even fewer in 2009. “Next year I’m going for less but with higher rates and, of course, services.”

A Day on the Job With 2dg
A typical shooting day for Bakogiannakis starts when he and his crew of three go to the bride or groom’s house 3 hours before the ceremony. He says, “We like to take our time, make our usual shots like the wedding dress, shoes, and pictures—the little important things.”

Bakogiannakis says it’s his favorite part of the day. “I prefer it because everyone is natural.” Flower girls chuck things at one another and loved ones break down in raucous laughter. “They don’t even notice that I’m there, and many things happen around me for me to shoot.”

His approach to shooting is empathetic. “One of my basic rules when shooting is to try to think of what the viewer would like to see.” Whether a family portrait, a cigarette, or sunglasses, “I look for objects that can help viewers better understand the people they are watching.”

Stephen Nathans-Kelly wrote about Bakogiannakis’ ability to capture details and bring them to life in his July Nonlinear Editor column, Object Lessons. “In these 2dg videos, there’s no question the objects speak,” he wrote, referring to Bakogiannakis’ powerful use of inanimate objects as motifs, objects that defy the very definition of “inanimate.”

Bakogiannakis and crew race to the church 30 minutes before the ceremony starts to set up lights and get in all the necessary B-roll shots, such as the church, the decorations, and the anticipating groom. A typical Greek ceremony lasts about 40 minutes and involves some unique traditions.

“We have the writing of all the nonmarried friends of the bride on her shoe, lots of singing, the father of the bride putting money in her shoe, the breaking of a plate when they leave their parents’ house for the last time. In some places they give honey to the couple, served with nuts,” he says. “I shot a wedding last weekend at beautiful Chania in Crete Island. That day was full of traditions, most of which I hadn’t seen before. Sometimes they take their guns out and start shooting at the sky, and I don’t mean blanks! It’s just been a Crete tradition for many, many years, which the government still can’t stop.”

Ceremonies, though, are his least favorite part of the day to shoot because of their limitations. He’s able to go as close as 10cm (about 4″) from the couple, but he says that it’s too tough to concentrate on his shooting because he’s so focused and busy avoiding the photographers.

Shooting close up “at first was interesting, but now it’s starting to be a problem.” Now he tries to shoot from a distance, but he says, “You can see the problem there.”

The 1-hour photo shoot takes place next, if it didn’t take place before the ceremony. “Most of the time I enjoy shooting it, but my style is based on natural things that happen during the day,” he says. “It’s very difficult to find these moments” while the couple poses for the photographer. Bakogiannakis says he prefers capturing receptions to photo shoots—”especially after the guests get drunk!”

A Market is Born
Hiring a baptismal photographer or videographer is traditional in Greece. “Greeks like to show off a lot, especially when you have 200 people coming to a baptism,” he says. “It’s nearly impossible to go to a baptism here and not see at least one photographer.”

More than 90% of Bakogiannakis’ little subjects are the children of his former wedding clients. I think there’s a trust issue involved,” he says. “They really like what I do so they hire me again for their baby’s baptism.”

Greek Orthodox baptisms are quite serious, particularly during the indoctrination, in which the priest cleans the devil from the soul of the baby. Most of them are sad, he says, “like the one I shot where the father saw his daughter for the first time. The parents had split right after she was born and that day was the first time that he saw her, and I managed to get that shot. I got a closeup of his eyes while a tear was falling.”

The final product is a 40-minute (or less) highlight video filled with emotion. “When the priest announces the name of the child, I manage to get the reaction of the grandma or grandpa that the name came from, which is a custom here.”

Playing With Color and Song
Those who’ve seen Bakogiannakis’ work know that watching a 2dg whose colors he hasn’t enhanced in post is like biting into a gyro without tzatziki. Color filtering plays a strong role in his videos simply because “I think it makes them look better,” he says. “I have a lot of photographer friends and watch a lot of tweaked images online. I try to incorporate any Photoshop tricks I learn into Premiere Pro.”

Referring to a clip on titled “Antonis & Anna, The Ceremony,” Nathans-Kelly wrote in his July editorial, “I don’t think I’ve ever seen colors enhanced quite like his.”

As if to ask, “What? This old clip?” Bakogiannakis says, “That clip is a combination of Magic Bullet filters and some Premiere natives used with a Photoshop technique—two video layers. One on top of the other. Filter the above layer, play a bit with the opacity, and you’re done.” Returning to his musical influences, Bakogiannakis says, “For me, color-filtering a clip comes from the feeling I get listening to the song I use.”

“Music plays a big role in my videos,” he adds, but he’s still searching for the right formula. “I haven’t found the right recipe yet for choosing the right song. Most of the time I make a playlist of some tunes I think will be great for the clips and then the couple chooses what they like,” he says.

Bakogiannakis creates the playlist from music played during the couple’s wedding day—from the bride’s ringtone or a song that the radio was playing when the bride was getting ready to the entrance song or the first dance.

While Bakogiannakis typically eschews Greek music in his work, he says that last year he tried out a Greek pop track in a preceremony video. “I started hearing that song on the CD player when I was at her house, and all of her friends were singing along. Later, during the photo shoot, the same track played from the car radio at top volume. And at the party I heard it again,” so he decided to give it a try. You can see the clip here.

Other times the couple will provide him with a tracklist of three to four songs, but he says, “If I feel that the tracks aren’t good, I’ll try to use something more appropriate, but from the same artist.”

One couple, Thanos and Efi, opted to have their photo shoot 2 days before the ceremony. The location was a marina in the littoral suburb of Kalamaria, and the shoot started 20 minutes before sundown. The couple chose “Livin’ on a Prayer” to accompany the video of the photo shoot. “Because I’m always open to new ideas, I decided to go for it and see what I could do,” says Bakogiannakis. The result is a video that is pristine-looking and sexy, the groom’s alabaster tux, an ethereal, pale yellow sky, and arena rock bombast all combine in one magic moment that “made Bon Jovi cool again,” according to WedFACT founder and multiaward-winning videographer Walter Chelliah. [EventDV does not endorse the use of copyright-protected music in event video. But we will continue to discuss its use as a common industry practice, where relevant, until the associated intellectual property issues are resolved. —Ed.]

No Limit
Doing daring things like that is what helps a videographer evolve, Bakogiannakis believes. Videographers “should never stop trying new things. As my friend Jason Magbanua wrote on my blog the other day, ‘If you really like what you do, the rest will come.’ ”

His message to new videographers is to be aware that entering this business, developing your skills, and finding your own style at first can be difficult, “but after shooting a few weddings, I found that there is no limit to what you can do.”

The Hellenic sky’s the limit for Bakogiannakis, who credits his North American and Filipino counterparts for influencing and inspiring his work. “Everything I know I’ve learned by myself and from watching, talking to, and sharing with the guys at WedFACT. Meeting the WedFACT crew has inspired me in more ways than I can say. I love watching others’ work, not because I want to steal their style, but because they can help you evolve and give you new ideas. I can’t remember how many times I’ve watched videos by Jason Magbanua,StillMotion, or Elysium Productions and then worked on my own videos using ideas that I got from watching their videos.”

Working at least once with all of the WedFACT crew is one of Bakogiannakis’ major goals for the future. A somewhat more pragmatic goal is “to convince Greek couples that a wedding video is more important than the hairdresser or the stylist.” Bakogiannakis wants to see Greek wedding videographers paid what they’re worth. “I know for a fact that I’ve changed a lot of things in Greek wedding videography,” he says happily, “but I think this goal will take a while.”


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January 24, 2009 - 20:20

2dgstyle thanks dude…


January 24, 2009 - 16:04

THANASIS PATISTAS soy axizei .teleia

November 4, 2008 - 05:25

2DG Lee Bakogiannakis se efxaristo yanni…

November 4, 2008 - 04:53

Yiannis Saroglou Sugxaritiria, auto pou kataferes einai pragmatika polu spoudaio.
Sou euxomai akoma megaluteres epituxies.

November 1, 2008 - 13:44

2DG Lee Bakogiannakis thank you for the inspiration and motivation ,sir J….

November 1, 2008 - 09:12

Jason Magbanua Congratulations Lee!

Well deserved and thanks for the mention.