Ain’t a cloud in the sky, gonna stop my shine

There were few things that were very very memorable for me, personally, during my rendering my wedding video services.

Religion Conversion Process
– Seriously, I have never witnessed the religion conversion process. Being able to watch their video when Vanessa made the syahadah, for me personally, there are no words to describe it. I feel so happy and humbled by the video.
– What I like about the video is when the Ustaz said, ” Auntie, Uncle, even after your daughter has converted, she is still your daughter. And she will be a good daughter. If not, you can complain to us. ”
This sentence to me, personally, is very important and powerful. Ustaz is reminding Vanessa’s parents that they are not going to lose her daughter.


Handphone Video Clips
– When they first requested whether I can incorporated the conversion process video into their wedding video, the first thing came to my mind was the QUALITY.
– I had to explain to them the huge difference in quality and how it will turn out. I know it is going to be very bad and very pixel-ated (meaning a lot of squares and jell-o effect)
– That’s the reason why the video I cannot stretched to full dimensions. I am maintaining the good video quality viewing.
– I am just happy that they were receptive and understanding.

Our enquiry engagements
– First, the Ziadz (groom) enquired about a year earlier for my wedding video services. Few months later, it was coincidence that Vanessa made enquiry to me without Ziadz knowing.
– When they were trying to shortlist their preferred vendor, Orangefill and Nazrin were the common one. They confirm their booking 6 months before their wedding.

They were so keen in getting an underwater photo shoot.

After the wedding, they were looking around for underwater photo shoot. If you are looking for one, don’t forget to check out http://www.drewperspectives.com

How they met
– I am just intrigued by their love story and it is purely the story of fate (takdir).
First, Vanessa decided to embrace Islam without anyone forcing. On her own will.
– One of the few early doa’s she made was ” Find her a good malay muslim husband. ”
Ziadz is her Dive-Master. It was purely Instructor – Student relationship until one fine day, Vanessa was commenting why some malay muslims were drinking alcohol when they know it is harm over dinner. This caught Ziadz’s attention. Ziadz asked Vanessa what does she know about Halal and Haram ?
– All I can say, the rest is history and they got married on 8 Aug 2015.

If you are searching for malay wedding video services, you may want to find out if me and Orangefill is the right one for you. Just feel free with your questions and enquiries. I will do my best to address them.

I don’t mind a single bit if I am not chosen. I am just to make your wedding planning experience more pleasant.

Nazrin Salim - Orangefill Video Maker

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I had a coffee session with a couple who are searching for a malay wedding video services. We met. We talked about the wedding. I answered their questions. And I always ask my favourite questions, ” How did you meet ?, Where ? and How did it happen ? ”

You could see the glitters in the Bride To Be’s (BTB) eyes, instantly. She was so excited to share her story.

” It all started at tong sampah….”


So, I said ” What ? Tong sampah ? This is interesting. Tell me. “

You see, typically, when BTBs shared their story, 75% of the time, Groom To Be (GTB), they will act cool. And, they will be the one who corrected if their partner was wrong about certain details.

So I looked at GTB and asked, ” Seriously ? “

He just nodded and smiling away.


Listening to their story and how they met somehow rekindled me on how I met my wife.

Singapore Polytechnic bus stop.

The differences were :
1. That’s the first time I saw her. Never made any point of contact.
2. I was standing at the green tong sampah.

That coffee session somehow made us feel comfortable with each other as we shared couple of similar instances on how we met our love. 2 weeks later, alhamdullilah, they made the commitment to engage Orangefill as their official wedding video makers.

I am looking forward to their wedding next year in September.

If you are searching for wedding video services, drop me an email.

I will help you in your search and answer all your questions. Feel free and be comfortable with your questions.

Nazrin Salim - Orangefill Video Maker


Instagram Video for wedding

I  am getting the hang of making Instagram videos for weddings and I believe I can do better.

Challenges that comes with it, OMG!! Can make my eyes red and migraine. Imagine 10 hours of video footage to be sieved and to be edited into 15 seconds outcome. Woo Hoo! Good luck to me.

Initially, it was hard. After few videos, I got my groove.

  1. I go for moments that I remembered OR ones that I can attached myself to.
  2. I break it into 2-3 seconds for each video clip. This way, I have 7 video clips to tell a story. Plus, my viewers will have more to watch and enjoy.
  3. Of course, not forgetting need to promote Orangefill lah.

Let me know what you think about my editing. Feedback are greatly welcome.


Of course, I am sharing where I get my inspirations.

  1. The Panic Room SG

All the way from New Zealand!! #thesweesweehaircut #geylangtakeover #call82289063forappoinment #whatsapp82289063forappointment

A video posted by The Panic Room SG (@thepanicroom_sg) on


2. RB Cinematography


3. Cinestyle Singapore

If you are looking for wedding video services,

head over to http://www.orangefill.com for more info. Talk to me to check for my availability. Feel free and be comfortable with your questions about wedding video services.

I will be more than happy to help you to make an informed decision, even if it means not engaging my services. No worries. I have been in your shoes before. I understand the stress level.

Looking forward to hearing from you.


Make Your Own Facebook Ad Workshop – My First!

When I first started out on my own (wedding video services), people in the industry that I crossed path with, told me of many ways to promote my business.

  1. Tie up with Mak Andams
  2. Go for Wedding Expo
  3. Word of mouth
  4. Network with other vendors
  5. Post on Facebook lah.


This caught my attention. First thing came to my mind, FREE advertising. Second, easy because I already have a Facebook account. And so I did. Seriously, nothing came through.

I have been learning about internet marketing since 2008 so I do have fair knowledge about marketing online. At the same time, I set up my own website. I blogged. Searching for my own online traffic. It seems the method did not work out well for my wedding video business. Maybe the implementation wasn’t right. Maybe the tools I am using weren’t the right fit for my video business.


This time around, I do not want my wedding video business to FAIL. I want to make it happen. I embarked on a learning journey for the past 14 months. Somehow, my interests in Facebook marketing grew. I develop a great interests in online marketing especially Facebook Marketing. I am learning from 5 Facebook coaches, both local and overseas. In total, I have invested close to $4000.00 in those programs and courses. (Shhh, don’t tell my wife)

Beginning this year, Alhamdullilah, my enquiries grew. People start to notice Orangefill. I am generating sales for this year and next. I have enquiries for the year 2017. Would you believe, I have enquiries for 2018.

All because of Facebook marketing.


As I develop my interests in Facebook marketing, I do cross path with other business owners from other industry. Like, E-commerce seller, Designer, Motorcycle selling, Renovation companies, etc.

When the topic of marketing came about, I share my knowledge and mistakes. I would say most took action. About 70% of them said, “Nazrin, you should start a workshop and teach whatever you know. I would not mind paying to learn from you.”

The turning point was when I met this Spa owner. She really want to know how to use Facebook to market. We met. We talked. We shared. She said this, “This is what I want to know. You break them into small bites and now I understand on how to use the features and its processes. You can be a coach, you know. Coach Nazrin. “

Because of her, I was inspired.



It really feels good when you share what you have and learning from others. These participants have shared a lot with me about how they want to market their business and services. In turn, it helps me as well in marketing my video business.



I am planning for the next one in October 2015. Based on the feedback I received, I will fine tune my strategies to make it more simpler to understand and implement. I have one month to prepare and make my sharing session more compact.

If you are keen to learn from my mistakes and Facebook strategies, fill up the form below. I will update you accordingly. On top of that, you will receive tips and case studies from me once a month via email.

Let’s make it happen!

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Yours and my story is like water of rains

What can I say about this couple ?

Both of them are shy person. They look good together.

This is not a first time I cover an Indian Muslim wedding or Muslim wedding with Indian heritage. BUT, this is a first time, the karaoke is 90% hindustani songs. Backed up with live band. Honestly, I am in AWE! Awesome! Live hindustani music! POWER !

But, that’s not the point. The point here is there is this one song that really stucked in my head. Until today, I need to listen to this song before I go to sleep every day.

To such extent, my wife said ” Dah kemaruk lagu hindustan pulak. “

So….I decided to come up with my own Instagram video for the couple to preview.