Going Beyond the Highlight Film

Brandon EsparzaBlog, Palm Beach Island

By now, you’ve probably seen about a dozen different highlight videos. Every wedding videographer has their own style, but by and large, they are the same.

Our Approach to Weddings

When it comes to capturing your big day, we at Digital Producto Films believe that it’s more than just setting up a camera, a tripod and pushing that record button.

It’s even more than getting that perfect light or pulling focus.

Those are all a given and we work hard to excel at our craft.

But even more important, what we care about is:

STORY…

…your story.

Whether you decide to go with our shorter highlight film or one of our longer films, we want to tell your story.

*Now, we understand that some of our clients just want a beautiful and simple highlight of their day. Something that captures what happened in a beautiful highlight edit.

And we’re more than happy to deliver that.

Let’s Tell your Story

But, if you’re game, we’d like to take it a step further…

Because of this, we invite you to do things a little differently. Before we begin filming your big day, we’ll  sit down with you or speak over Skype. We’ll begin by asking you a lot of questions.

Questions like:

  • How did you meet?
  • What do you do on a Friday night for fun?
  • What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?
  • Describe your partner in 3 words.

These, at first seem unrelated, but they give us a window into who you both are as a couple. What makes you…YOU!

With this information, we’re able to put together a film that tells your story, not another version of everyone else.

Meet Chris and Sandy.

When they hired me, I learned from the wedding planner that they had a really great story. While we didn’t have the opportunity to sit down and ask them questions, because we care about “story,” we were ready when the opportunity arose to record him reading the story the groom at written out.

Even in a 3-5 minute highlight film, we were able to tell their story.

When you share your story, we can go “Beyond the Highlight Film.”