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A Unique Way to Document the Wedding Moments

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Puremotion Studio is an innovative Brisbane wedding cinematography company.
Applying an artistic style and personal perspective, we take it a step above videography and produce cinematic wedding films that are as unique as the couples that star in them.

 

We believe that a wedding is a journey of not only the person getting married but also of all those people who are attached to him or her in some way or the other and of all those who helped him/her in becoming who he or she is. It’s an overwhelming narration of the past and the sparkling light of the delightful future of the bride and the groom all packaged in a “LARGER THAN LIFE” magnified imagery extravaganza and hence needs the special “cinema style filming,” which is also referred to wedding cinematography, filmed by not just a wedding videographer but an experienced “Wedding Cinematographer”.


Androgynous - World Press Photo 2010 - Stories, 2nd Award

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Photographer: Annie van Gemert, the Netherlands.

When children are still children, they can appear androgynous; namely, it might be hard to tell whether a child in front of you is a boy or girl. The photographer take several shots of people in their young age, trying to convey the idea of ambiguity.

People love to categorize things, it is a human nature. When looking at the photo, audiences would be challenged to adopt the ambiguity. They might feel somehow uncomfortable, because they cannot tell if the person in the picture is a boy or girl. However, it is still an interesting project to let people aware of their own concept toward genders.