Relive your big day over and over again with our gorgeous wedding videos. We like to think we’re a step above your uncle’s shaky handheld footage.
Get the word out about your business or product with our creative promotional videos.
Like movies? Wanna make a movie? Let’s make a movie. We’ve got the tools, so get in touch to get the ball rolling.
…professional, very responsive, listened to our vision, and remained more than patient through the whole process.Sara Kesler
…took our ideas and direction and created something well beyond our expectations.Logan Tudor
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Contact us today and we’ll help you figure out the perfect package for your wedding.
We can accommodate special requests and work with any kind of budget.
Our wedding trailers showcase your entire wedding day in a cinematic movie trailer-like video set to music. Trailers are typically 3-6 minutes.
Our highlight reels feature all of the big moments of your wedding day in their entirety. Reels are typically 40-70 minutes.
We provide full 3-camera recordings of your entire ceremony with professional audio.
Like a photo booth, but 240 times better.
We provide the props, confetti, silly string, bubbles, backgrounds, lights, and camera. You provide the action. We’ll slow it down nice and slow.
Creative, eye-catching, and to-the-point videos are the number one way to reach your audience on social media. We’ll help you create video content that will increase followers and promote your business or product.
Let’s be honest, local television commercials are often bland or cheesy. You don’t want bland or cheesy, you want exciting and cinematic. Stand out from everyone else with the help of our video services.
Okay, so putting this under “Promotional” is a stretch, but bear with me. Training videos don’t have to be boring. Let us help you make your internal videos something your employees actually want to watch.
Vertical Sync Productions was created from the love of film and cinematography. Have a script you want to produce? Looking for a director of photography or camera operator? Just want to spitball some ideas? Let us help you get from script to screen.