Cleveland Wedding Videographers add touches of filters in the post-design of their projects to add a dimension to the video that can’t be captured in first glance. Color plays an important part to videography because it can enhance the emotion. It can capture the happiness of a kiss, the adventure of a dance or a cake-cutting, discover detail within the venue, and strike emotional memory for you and your viewers.

There’s always plenty of trends, so here are some of the most popular Cleveland Wedding Videography color filters based on our work at Red Frame Videography.

Light Blue: Cleveland is an aquatic place considering we have Lake Erie and plenty of rivers winding their way through the city. A light blue filter over parts of your wedding video will blend nicely especially if your venue is geographically close to some water. Light blue has a history of being associated with peace, harmony and freedom. 

Light Brown: A perfect rustic color which can be overlayed to add earth-tone, classic vibes and a timeless sensation. Your videographer can use all sorts of light brown, filtering out even dark browns to the point where they appear light, flavorful and without notice. A light brown filter fits in with the deciduous forest of Northeast Ohio.

White & Black: White and Black is a historic classic filter for film. Heck, film used to only come in white and black! Depending on your venue (upscale, sheen), or if there’s a theme, white and black filtered footage might be the way to go! You could be bold and take the entire wedding film white and black, or perhaps decide to use selective parts or scenes with white and black. If you have a colorful wedding, this might not be the way to go. But if you’re using effective simplistic styles, then this filter could really give a dramatic noir twist to your perfect day.

Light Yellow: This is the perfect filter your wedding videographer can add to the footage, especially for weddings that have an outdoor element to them within the spring and summer, or if the venue you’re featured incorporates white light. Yellow is a color which we automatically assume with happiness, perfect for what a wedding is after all! 

Contrast: So this one isn’t a color, but it does have to do with how the color is perceived! Contrast is applied to show a differentiation of tone within footage of an image. For example, it can tone down an image with ten colors by gathering like-minded color together and blending them and showing more differentiation: e.g. the sky becomes bluer with more contrast. This can be an effective artist way to fit color into your wedding video!

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