“I think because it was an emotional story, and emotions come through much stronger in black and white. Colour is distracting in a way; it pleases the eye but it doesn’t necessarily reach the heart”
- Kim Hunter on emotive expression through B+W film.
Hello There everyone!
Hope you're all doing soundly, and keeping safe.
We've been toying with the idea of black and white edits for a little while now and after doing a shorter instagram edit we decided to test it out on our most recent wedding.
Here's a little look back at Jade and Sam's gorgeous winter celebrations at the beautiful Low Hall in the Lake District; this time in gorgeous, moody, romantic monotone.
Black and white lends itself so well to wedding films; without the 'distraction' of colour you concentrate more on what's going on in the frame, you can push the contrast more (promise I won't get too technical) which adds to the drama and suspense, and in our opinion looks uber romantic and timeless.
All of our packages come with a few beautiful prints of stills from your film, and our black and white package will come with even more on delivery. Have a look at some from Jade and Sam's day below...
Don't get us wrong, colour is super important for your wedding day (and decisions on colour of everything are not to be taken lightly) which is why we're offering black and white edits as an optional add on to your package. We understand it won't be for everyone, but if you want to have a chat about adding one to your package, then do let us know!
Have a wonderful day everyone
Charlotte & Craig x
Jade & Sam's lovely suppliers |
Venue | https://www.lowhallthelakes.com/
Photographer | https://www.sallytphoto.com/
Caterers | https://www.lolajeans.co.uk/tynemouth
Wedding dress | https://marrimebridalwear.co.uk/
Flowers | Emily Rose Price (friend)
Lights | https://www.emmajaneevents.co.uk/