Brisbane Wedding Videography 16mm Service Update

Following the recent update, Brisbane-based videography and cinematography provider Bluesuede Weddings allows couples to choose analogue, 16mm film for their wedding coverage to add a nostalgic charm and a classic aesthetic to their videos.

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The company’s service update coincides with an article published in Brides magazine about the latest wedding trends in 2023. According to the report, capturing weddings with 16mm and Super 8mm film is popular due to the softer and more romantic appeal it gives the wedding video. This is the core of Bluesuede Weddings’ artistry – to give each wedding a unique narrative with a blend of timeless tradition and personal love stories.

16mm film has cinema-grade quality, setting it apart from modern digital videography. Bluesuede Weddings’ experienced videographers use the unique texture, grain structure, and color rendition of the 16mm format to create elegant wedding videos that capture the overall feel of the occasion.

The 16mm film also has a wide dynamic range, capturing both the brightest highlights and deepest shadows with equal precision. This, combined with BlueSuede Weddings’ cinematography skills, creates well-balanced videos where each frame is beautifully composed.

This medium naturally presents subtle imperfections such as grain and light leaks, bringing an added sense of realism and rawness to the videos. These small details make each video produced by BlueSuede Weddings feel intimate and personal, giving the viewer a deeper emotional connection to the event.

The company also offers customization through various shooting techniques and film stocks. The videographers tailor the visual style of the footage to match the couple’s preferences and the overall ambiance of the wedding. The result is a personalized wedding video reflecting the couple’s story and the magic of their special day.

“For lovers of analogue and nostalgia, there’s something magical about 16mm film. This organic chemical process to capture an image was the only method available for more than a century before the invention of digital photography. We love the look and feel of analogue film, particularly 16mm. It feels incredibly special and completely different from digital, which is most of what we see in today’s content world. Weddings are the perfect subject for 16mm, and we can’t think of a more timeless, precious, and special way to capture your wedding,” a representative said.

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