Hi everyone! Oops – I’m sorry to distract you from your work (not really – go on, take a little break with me hehe) but I wanted to share this thought-provoking black and white wedding photography article with you.
Black and white wedding photography
Black and white photography has come full circle, from being the only option* to going right out of fashion when colour took over, to being fashionable again. Have you thought about black and white images in your wedding album? You should!
*Andrew Hind, you are not THAT old!
Andrew compares black and white images vs colour to reading a book and then watching the film based on the story. Black and white requires imagination and creative interpretation from the viewer – images are richer because you add your own thoughts, feelings and memories to bring life to them. Colour images – like the movies – present it all on a plate. They look the part, but do they lack something?
I know of some wedding bloggers who try not to publish black and white images. Personally I love them and will publish them on the English Wedding Blog whenever I can. But after reading this article I will see them in a whole new light. So to speak! Have a read anyway, it’s fascinating stuff!
Thanks to Cambridge wedding photographer Andrew Hind (Lightworks Photography) for letting me share this on the English Wedding Blog 🙂 He’s lovely, by the way!