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We are filmmakers. We are storytellers.

Classic Pixels specializes in wedding and special event filmmaking taking wedding videography to a new level. While based out of Louisville, Kentucky, the also film weddings in Lexington, Frankfort, Elizabethtown, Owensboro, Somerset, Bowling Green, Southern Indiana and Cincinnati with availability to travel to all 50 states and destination weddings.
Classic Pixels specializes in cinematic wedding films that capture the story of your wedding day in a creative and artistic way. Every wedding we film is captured in high definition and we provide your wedding video on Blu Ray and DVD.
Wedding filmmakers Erin & Dennis Korbylo are the owners of Classic Pixels. As wedding filmmakers, they are dedicated to continuing education in the field of wedding filmmaking/wedding videography. They have traveled to continue to study and increase their skills of wedding storytelling. They have worked with couples having their weddings at many popular wedding venues including The Seelbach Hilton, The Olmsted, The Brown, The Henry Clay, Glassworks, The Muhammad Ali Center, The Cardome Center, The Louisville Water Tower, St. Louis Bertrand, Spindletop Hall, The Cathedral of the Assumption, St. John's UCC, Hurstbourne Country Club, Mellwood Arts Center, Duncan Memorial, Huber's Orchard and Winery, The Gardens of Ray Eden, Louisville Marriott, The Galt House, The Brown Hotel, The Louisville Science Center, Whitehall, Garden Court, The Icehouse, The Brown and Williamson Club, Woodhaven Country Club, Wildwood Country Club.
Wedding videography has changed very much in the last few years to better incorporate the rules of cinematic films. By choosing Classic Pixels to film your wedding day, your wedding video will be more that just a documentary story of your day, it will be a cinematic wedding film that captures the experience of your wedding day and will allow you to see your wedding as your guests experienced it. To allow you to see how all the months of wedding planning paid off to create a family heirloom that will be treasured.