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Creating Unique Wedding Photos: 6 Moods You Can Totally Copy
Paige Winn March 31, 2021 · 2 min read
Vintage RetroIt’s retro, quirky and non-traditional. A great choice if the wedding has those characteristics, too! Check out the preset:
Matte/ Modern filmThis look gives a sense of depth or mood to the scene. Greens become deeper, making it a great choice for an outdoorsy wedding or epic landscape shots with the couple. This matte preset is apart of a large 30 preset-collection:
PastelA dreamy, ethereal feel. Perfect for rustic, outdoor weddings. Get this soft preset:
CinematicHigh contract, bright and saturated. This look makes every shot feel bigger and more dramatic, a great for city weddings
Classic Black and WhiteAlways in style, evokes emotion and adds depth. You can’t go wrong here – and whatever style you choose, make sure to ask for some black and whites to compliment the entire collection, you won’t be sorry! Check out this must-have:
Classic FilmDe-saturated, soft tones, a mix of vintage and pastel with subtle grain. Feels like looking at your parents wedding photos (in a very good way). Everyone has their own style and that’s true for the photographer, too. Make sure you find someone who is a good fit with your personal taste and that you clearly communicate your expectation for the big day’s photos. Here are few more tips for finding the photographer who matches your personal style:
- Browse vendor directories on your favorite wedding blogs
- Talk to your recently married friends and ask to see their wedding albums.
- Request to see a full wedding album from any potential photographers.
- Ask yourself and your significant other if you think your style will change in a few years.