Al Agua Cinema

PRO+ Member
Member since: 25 April, 2019
Category:Videographer

About

We're a team of documentary filmmakers dedicated to make bold, fun, emotional, daring and above all artistic films since 2011. We've set ourselves the goal of making complex and meaningful productions out of our wedding videos with careful attention to details and storytelling. The love we put into our work has taken us to film stories from all over the world. We dedicate our lives because we are passionate about it. We couldn't live any other way.

How did you get into the wedding industry?

7 Years ago 4 co-workers decided to start a business together. I was about to get married and I was confident I wouldn't have a better videographer than my team. We didn't know anything about weddings at the time, but we were passionate filmmakers. We fell in love with the possibilities and made a business out of it. Success came fast, but we never stop aiming to constantly innovate and exceed our own goals. We love to always be first, wow through creativity and keep innovating our style.

Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?

Over time our team has been able to grow and expand. We now operate in several countries and we've dabbled in new film businesses such as documentary filmmaking. Watching ourselves come this far, what we've built and being able to look at our team with so much pride is definitely the best I've ever experienced in my entire career.

What equipment do you use?

Sony cameras, Rokinon lens, DJI drones and stabilizers, Manfrotto tripods

What's your favorite part of the wedding day? Why?

I'm a romantic, so I'm confortable answering my favorite is the cliche "walking down the aisle" part were the groom melts and the bride cries... so emotional every time.

Any advice for Brides and Grooms?

Everything you spend on your wedding day will only last one night... except for your wedding film. Every effort for making your wedding possible will be compensated if you're able to keep it forever through a worthy wedding film.

Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?

Be a team and not a Diva if you want a life...