A combination of these different aspects of photography and cinematography, using different and unique ideas and techniques, is what is needed to create a complete portfolio that reflects the entire wedding and tells the story of the special day.
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Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) June 13, 2014
Studio 2000 Photography + Cinema (http://www.Studio2000.ca), Toronto’s premier international award-winning wedding photographer and wedding cinematographer, is sharing the most effective ways to produce a comprehensive wedding photography shoot while still offering a variety of styles and techniques for clients to choose from. “Our philosophy is to offer our clients as much variety as possible and yet come up with timeless images that never go out of style,” says George Paatashvili, owner of Studio 2000 Photography + Cinema. “Editorial photography focuses primarily on various details, such as décor and floral arrangements, from bridal bouquets and ceremony décor elements to centerpieces at the reception and details of a dress, shoes, and more.”
For detail shots, Paatashvili suggests using various specialty lenses, like macro and tilt/shift lenses, to achieve a specific desired effect. There is also an element of elegance to portraits that can be captured using editorial style. Studio 2000 has used these techniques to great effect, with its wedding images frequently published in top bridal magazines and blogs.
"Our company goes beyond just an editorial approach though; the fine art aspect of photography is also very important," he adds. “At Studio 2000, we use various lighting techniques, creative compositions, unusual locations, backgrounds, and props, to enhance the image and make is as creative and artistic as possible. This style is most often used during the preparation part of the wedding, location shoots as well as during engagement sessions.”
Paatashvili explains that one of the most essential techniques to implement into wedding photography is photojournalism. Photojournalism is how it becomes possible for a wedding photographer to tell the entire story from start to end by capturing natural events and motions to create an unscripted and natural feel and the emotions and candid moments of the day, particularly during the ceremony and reception coverage.
“Variety is important for cinematography services as well,” he continues. “4K and 5K ultra-high definition coverage, true slow motion shooting, time-lapse cinematography, helicopter camera, Steadicam and slider systems, crane/jib mounted cameras, wireless live feed at the reception, same day-edits, and engagement films are just some of the things that can used to improve one’s cinematography offerings.”
”A combination of these different aspects of photography and cinematography, using different and unique ideas and techniques, is what is needed to create a complete portfolio that reflects the entire wedding and tells the story of the special day,” Paatashvili concludes.
As the best wedding photographers and wedding cinematographers in Toronto and Montreal, Studio 2000 Photography + Cinema’s award-winning team specializes in fine art, photojournalism, and cinema. Studio 2000 Photography + Cinema uses state-of-the-art cinema gear and camera equipment, including Steadicam stabilizers, jib cranes, and sliders, as well as copter cameras for aerial cinematography. Studio 2000 Photography + Cinema is known for very high-quality standards of post-production, including creative retouching, album design, and cinematic video editing. The company offers in-house custom framing, which includes making custom wrapped canvases and the latest offerings on wood, metal and acrylic, plus an extensive line of albums and guest books. Studio 2000 Photography + Cinema is also a member of the Professional Wedding Photographers of Canada (PWPC) and Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI). To learn more about Studio 2000 Photography + Cinema, visit the company’s web site at http://www.Studio2000.ca or contact Studio 2000 Photography + Cinema by e-mail studio2000(at)sympatico(dot)ca or by phone at 416-315-2000 in Toronto and 514-696-4238 in Montreal.