Pulse Productions is a team of creative & dedicated filmmakers who took a chance to turn our love for creative + unique films into an amazing career. We love capturing all of life’s special moments and turning them into visual & motion timestamps, creating a lifetime of memories.
Weddings happen once in a lifetime. We want to capture all of the memorable moments that come with a big event like this. We will capture all of the emotions that you feel during your day. Then you can re-live the memorable moments with pixel-perfect photos.
Pulse Productions Inc. specializes in Wedding Videography, Engagement Videography, Corporate Videography, Real Estate Videography & Promotional Videography in Hinton Alberta, and surrounding area’s.
Pulse Productions Inc. is Hinton’s #1 videography source.
Top 5 Questions…
Is Pulse Productions Insured?
Most Definitely! We carry $2,000,000.00 liability insurance and equipment insurance to keep both you and us safe. We also carry any necessary Park & National Park licensing.
How Far In Advance Do I Need To Book?
It really depends. We suggest that you secure the venue first and foremost, then proceed with vendor bookings.
Generally speaking, we book 2 years in advance. So the faster you can secure us the better as we work on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Do You Have Back Up Gear?
Yes! To put our and more specifically your mind at ease, we always carry back up gear. We even go to the extreme and have backups of backups.
We always use the dual card rule where we shoot to 2 cards.
We understand how important weddings are and we also understand that Brides & Grooms trust us to capture their day. This is why we do not leave anything to chance.
What Is The "First Look"?
Usually, the First Look breaks tradition and will allow the Bride & Groom to see each other before the ceremony. It’s a new trend and is growing in popularity fast.
So what is the First Look? A First Look is a moment approx. 1-2 hours prior to the ceremony where the Bride & Groom see each other for the first time on their wedding day. Traditionally, the Bride & Groom would not see each other until the Bride walks down the aisle. While the Traditional option of not seeing each other until the ceremony still happens, there are a lot of benefits to the First Look prior to the ceremony.
Think back to where you first met. Was it at a coffee shop, at a park, at a bus stop? These are popular ideas of where to have your first look as this is where you first met.