ProLine Productions – – Photography / HD Videography Services.
These are HD cuts from a Greek Orthodox Ceremony at St. Anthony’s Greek Orthodox Church, NJ
Example of our High Definition Deluxe Wedding Video Package. Using 2 Cameras we were able to show different shooting angles at the same time, which is very important for any Ceremony.
Sample was highly compressed for web, but it still shows the quality of High Definition Video.
Post-Production completes this Ceremony with Slow motions, and Various Film effects.


  1. Qu1ck2Sh00t
    September 10, 2010

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    OPAAAA!!! Beautiful…

  2. petreceri
    October 2, 2010

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    Da, intradevar ai parte de o adevarata parada a muzicii GRECESTI unde vei asculta si cele mai noi melodii, dar si cele pe care tu le indragesti de atata timp.
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    Daca ti-a placut muzica de pe acest post de radio TRIMITE SI PRIETENILOR TAI SAU DA MAI DEPARTE !

  3. mermaidofsuburbia
    March 5, 2011

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    Church weddings are the most boring ever – the unoriginal and unemotional Here Comes The Bride music, the OCD of the service. Lord, give me an outdoor wedding or people dancing down the aisle like at J&K’s wedding anyday.

  4. ManUtd01109
    October 11, 2011

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    this is a beautiful ceremony, but the bride and groom look very very bored

  5. adamantis4657
    November 20, 2011

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    Pews are forbidden in the Holy Orthodox church and women have to cover their hair.

  6. iknowlotsofthings
    December 13, 2011

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    Ive never heard this. I attend a very traditional Orthodox Church, and we have pews (although we stand most of the service) and women do not cover their hair unless in mourning. It is the same in Greece. I do know of the Latin Rite where women make a choice as to head coverings, but this tradition does not belong in a Greek Orthodox Church

  7. adamantis4657
    December 13, 2011

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    @iknowlotsofthings: HAIR COVER:

    Also the Holy Fathers speak about HAIR COVER and proper behaviour in the Temple of the LORD.

    In RUSSIA women are not EVEN ALLOWED TO ENTER AN ORTHODOX TEMPLE – who have not covered hair.




    Also an innovation of the GREEK NEW CALENDAR CHURCH. Pews were introduced by PROTESTANTS FIRST

  8. adamantis4657
    December 13, 2011

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    @iknowlotsofthings: PEWS

    I am curious how u will prostrate during the Services with Pews? How will u kneel? Or is it that in your modernists churches u do not prostrate and kneel?

    Prostrations are an IMPORTANT PARRT OF THE SERVICES. In Holy Orthodoxy people unceasingly PROSTRATE AND KNEEL and BOW DOWN.

    With Pews this is not possible. I am curious how u will the say the prayers of St. Ephraim where u have to make many prostrations etc…

  9. iknowlotsofthings
    December 16, 2011

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    Were pews an innovation of Greeks or of Protestants? Make up your mind if you want to sound the least bit intelligent. They were introduced by the Protestants during their reformation, and later when the sermon by the priest became the biggest part of Christian Mass (read well, sermon not prayers; Christian Mass, not Orthodox/Catholic/Protestant/ any other branch) were they commonly introduced.

  10. iknowlotsofthings
    December 16, 2011

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    That prayer is used solely during Great Lent by churches who use the Byzantine Rite. Which explains why most churches do not use it (or prostrate and bow during the saying of it) in North America. Also, there is always a large aisle in the centre, the sides, and between the first row of pews and the first step leading to the altar. Plenty of room to prostrate for those capable. Keep in mind ROCOR is almost completely solely used in Russia.

  11. khoshgelak07
    May 2, 2012

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    They all look overjoyed..

  12. Brian Durham
    September 6, 2012

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    Odd how people can complain and whine about modernized exterior traditions involving people when the words of the liturgy are same, the vestments are the same, the prayers are the same, and the wedding was valid. Good gracious, it’s amazing how pharisaical some Orthodox can get about these things.

  13. hooty42079
    October 16, 2012

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    Pharisaical? You mean Legalistic? It is because if you marry any other way… 1. Their is no priest. No priest, no liturgy. 2. No other wedding except maybe R. Catholics have Liturgy in it, and they, being schismatics, have no priest! 3. It is a Holy union. IF you have no priest how can you have a Holy Union? 4. If you are not Eastern Orthodox, you can’t marry an Eastern Orthodox. Therefor, opinion should be in the mouths of Orthodox people only.

  14. Brian Durham
    October 17, 2012

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    I’m Byzantine Catholic, bud- I at least know the traditions, because we use the exact same ones. And I would beg to differ on US being schismatics, but I’d rather not bring that up.

  15. Veronica Ramirez
    November 3, 2012

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    I think that is more romantic the catholic

  16. StopMoColorado
    July 20, 2013

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    Did the Church start in Rome or Jerusalem? Was the New Testament Written in Greek or Latin? Was the Church actually founded on Peter, as Head, or is Christ the Head with the Church founded on all the Apostles and the Prophets with Christ as chief Cornerstone (Eph. 2:20). As an ex-Roman Catholic, I can tell you that Orthodox know the history of Roman Catholicism and the Great Schism than Roman Catholics know Orthodoxy and the causes of the Schism. LOADS of RC priests admit that Orthodoxy is truer

  17. StopMoColorado
    July 20, 2013

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    Calm down, they’re not part of salvation or damnation, they’re for physically weak people, which Americans have become, not being farmers and swine herds much anymore. Calendars don’t save, nor damn, and neither do pews. There’s plenty of room in Church in the aisles to do prostrations, and room in the pews to kneel. They’re Western – so is America. It’s a Missionary concession – hardly Economia compared to other (non-damning) concessions in the Church’s history, like chrismating Roman Catholics

  18. adamantis4657
    July 21, 2013

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    1.) Yes, prostrations are a part of salvation – how can you deny it? Prayer without prostration is cold and not pleasing to GOD. It is part of Holy Tradition and NO ONE IS ALLOWED TO CHANGE ANY PART OF HOLY TRADITION

    2.) Americans are protestant minded and superficual people thats all. They are not weak – because if you ever have been to a gym – they are filled with “strong” people but in church they are weak`

    They are blinded thats all

  19. adamantis4657
    July 21, 2013

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    Calendars save or not?

    YES the ORTHODOX CALENDAR SAVES because all important FEASTS for Salvation are celebrated according to the Calendar.

    The Calendar of the Church is also a part of Holy Tradition -and as I have posted – NO ONE IS ALLOWED TO CHANGE TRADITION – even under ANATHEMA – see the 7th Ecumenical Synod




  20. adamantis4657
    July 21, 2013

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    What stupid argument? Because Rome was pagan so should the church be pagan? Wow – what horrible nonsense.

    America is PROTESTANT and not “western”. And the Greeks have become betrayers of faith and mondernists.

    They should unite with Protestants or Catholics and they should leave us ORTHODOX ALONE.

    We do not need such BETRAYERS OF FAITH! Shame on them

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