When I was in college, I spent some time working with black and white film. After seeing those deep blacks and bright whites reveal themselves in the processing/developing room, I fell in love with black and white. Black and white portraits have the power to stop you in your tracks and see the moment captured without any distracting colors. To me, it allows the moment of the photo to be more dramatic or hold more significance.
Black and White Portraits
I always include black and white images in my galleries to clients. I love my true-to-life-editing style with bright and beautiful colors. However, black and white portraits, in my opinion, have the power to make such a statement. They can see the special moments of their day raw and stripped of any distractions. It allows the moment and the people within the portrait to really shine.
Seeing a black and white portrait unveiled is like seeing the moment unravel right in front of you. You can experience the moment all over again. That’s the feeling I want for my clients when they’re scrolling through their galleries and remembering their photoshoot. Whether it’s their wedding day, engagement session, or family session, I want them to really remember the moment. In general, with their galleries, I want to embrace them with bright colors, but I also want to stop them in their tracks with the black and white images that perfectly capture the sentimental moments.
I’m passionate about every moment of my photoshoots, but I love being able to really capture those highlights and show them in all their pure beauty. Black and white portraits allow me to do that. Regardless of what kind of session you’re looking to have, I would love to work with you and show you how beautiful each moment can be.