The best of both worlds.
Your wedding is a once in a lifetime event which you’ll want to remember forever with your partner. Every single photograph taken during and after your wedding will tell the story of how you and your partner united as one on your special day.
What choice do I have?
One decision you need to make when choosing the best wedding photography package for you is to decide whether you want your pictures taken in black and white or in full colour. No two photographers will have the same style of photography; like a painter, they’ll have their own way of capturing the moment.
Why choose black and white?
People associate vintage with sophistication. Black and white wedding photos are preferred by most couples because the theme itself provides a unique sense of elegance and sophistication which is unmatched by its coloured counterpart, not to mention a more artistic approach. A lot of black and white wedding photographers would even go the extra mile and use photo editing software to add more elegance to your black and white wedding photos.
Why choose colour?
Despite the elegance and sophistication of black and white wedding photos, if your wedding has a lot of colour motifs, then you might want to opt for coloured pictures. You need to weigh up the pros and cons between elegance and sophistication if you really want the blue gown the bridesmaids wore to also be captured.
But which should I choose?
It’s really up to you on how you want your photos to be taken; you can even get the best of both worlds by asking your photographer to take black and white wedding photos and also coloured photos. If your wedding photographer is shooting with digital camera, then you need to make sure you are getting the images in a printable format, then you get the best of both worlds by having the coloured photos printed black and white.
You only get married once and looking at your wedding photos should help you relive that special moment in your life when you and your partner exchanged “I do’s”.