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How to Get Started in Professional Wedding Photography

wedding photographerWedding photography is one of the well-liked types of photography. A lot of professional photographers find it fun, interesting and promising. Not only do they get to become part of different couples’ union in marriage but they also get to earn an income and enjoy the moment.

Professional wedding photography has evolved a lot over the past decades. Those who are interested in becoming a professional wedding shooter now have many things to learn in order to become successful. There are also plenty of forms to choose from plus the competition is tight making your chance of becoming popular a bit slimmer than before.

If you are wondering how you can get started in professional wedding photography, then here are some helpful tips.

  1. Buy the right stuff

DSLR cameras no doubt the best to use for professional photography. There are specific cameras, though, that offer special features intended for wedding photographers. Make sure to choose the camera based on your needs, budget and comfort.

Aside from the camera, it is also important to choose the right lenses and accessories. There are lenses that are widely used for weddings like prime lens 50mm for portrait shots, standard zoom for the exchange of vows and wide angle for venue shots. Accessories that you need include a tripod or monopod, spare batteries and memory cards among others.

  1. Understand common photography terms

Photography terms like aperture, shutter and exposure are among those that you will encounter when working as a photographer. You have to fully understand what and how you can apply these to your work as a professional wedding photographer, much more a Seattle wedding photographer.

  1. Master your camera settings

Mastering your camera settings can make it more possible for you to produce impressive wedding photos. You can choose which shooting modes to use and what adjustments to make to perfect a specific shot. Once you have mastered the settings, find time to practice and experiment in shooting so you can produce more unique photos.

  1. Get connected with the right people

Referrals and word of mouth still matter eve with the modern technology we have now. It is thus best for you to meet and network with other wedding professionals. You can find them on bridal events or similar gatherings and there are also many of them online. Choose the right people to meet, introduce yourself or reach out thru email or online messaging.

  1. Put up your own business website

Having your own wedding photography website can add more exposure to your business and can make it easier for you to connect with potential customers. Most successful photographers today, like those in cake smash photography, have their own website. You can add information and your best photos for online audience to see. Make it a habit to regularly post interesting articles to add more credibility to you and your business. Allocate time also to answer queries sent via email or to your website.

  1. Take a photography course

Last but not the least, taking a photography course preferable one related to wedding photography can help you learn the factual information. You can use the knowledge as well as the skills you gained to become better in wedding photography.

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Why It Is Important to Connect with Other Wedding Vendors

As a photographer starting out in the business of wedding photography, it is important that you get people to notice your work. And with competition tight these days, it is important that you market your business well in order for you to find more customers. However, this may be too much of a cost for you to handle especially if your strategies are not enough.

However, there’s no reason to lose hope. The good news is that there is a cost-efficient and effective method that will let you grow your business as a wedding photographer like Dave Packer Photography. And that is through building a network of wedding vendors who will help you find and connect with potential clients and be known in the photography industry as well.

There are a number of ways how building your network would help your business and your photography career, and we will note some of them below.



Referrals will greatly benefit your business because your fellow wedding vendors can refer their clients to you. In return, do the same thing and refer your clients to them as well. You will never know your clients might be looking for a florist, caterer and other specific wedding vendor. Your recommendations would be a great help to them and they’ll thank you for it, which may help boost your profile in the process.

Connect with the Right People

When you connect with other wedding vendors, it is important to choose carefully who you’ll connect with. You need to connect and be friends with the right people, those who are already in the wedding industry before you came in. They know more people and are more experienced enough for them to  share with you more helpful advice on how to make it in the industry.

Weddings vendors can also be your real friends even when you’re not talking to them about business. Spend some time with them and have even small conversations which would help deepen the ties between you both.

Feature Each Other’s Work


When there is no wedding to cover, you can feature the business of your friends on your website, even as simple as putting in the credits the make-up artist who did the bride’s makeup or the venue where the shoot was taken. You may also schedule a photo session and take shots of their office or store as well as their products and/or services. This gesture will surely make them happy and they will most likely feature your business on their website as well.

By building a strong network, you will have a greater chance of gaining more customers, grow your business and make a name in the wedding industry in the long run.

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Wedding Photography: How to Stand Out Among Other Photographers

wedding photographyA wedding photographer plays a vital role in capturing memories of a wedding. Couples hire a wedding photographer to take pictures during their special and deliver them later for safekeeping. The great demand for wedding photographers is one reason why many professional photographers decide to specialize in wedding photography.

Making it big as a wedding photographer is not easy though. You have to be passionate, patient and determined in what you are doing in order to excel. Competition is also tight and you have to stand out among the crowd of photographers so more couples will hire you.

To help you excel as a wedding photographer, here are some tips you can follow.

  1. Develop skills through frequent practice

Frequent practice can help you gain more knowledge and learn more helpful techniques in wedding photography. It can improve your photography and help you develop the right skills to get the perfect wedding shots you need.

  1. Invest in the right equipment

It is undeniable that owning the right photography equipment is important in producing the perfect wedding pictures. You do not have to buy the most expensive or latest cameras or lenses; you only need to be wise in buying. Check out the specifications and features of the items you want to purchase before actually buying them.

  1. Build an amazing work portfolio

A work portfolio is what potential clients first look at when meeting with a wedding photographer Hertfordshire like you. It is vital for you to build an impressive work portfolio that contains your experiences, achievements including the photography training or workshops you took. You can also include here your experiences as a second shooter when you were just starting in wedding photography.

  1. Develop your own style

Think carefully on what trademark as well as style you want to be known for. Do you want to show more creative photos? What wedding photography style do you want to be known for? Is it traditional, artistic, photojournalistic, glamorous or a combination of styles? Develop your own style that you think will entice more customers your way. Observe also your competitors or professional wedding photographers from wedding photography staffordshire you look up to but develop your own identity and create your own unique style.

  1. Use different platforms to market your business

Marketing yourself is important to make you stand out among others. You need to use effective marketing strategies through different platforms in order to reach your target market – engaged couples. You can apply expose yourself by building a strong network with fellow wedding vendors. Join events where you get to meet and connect with the right people. Prepare the business cards, leaflets and other promotional materials you can give it.

Online marketing is also a good way to stand out among other photographers. Build a great website, create social media accounts and answer customers’ queries in a timely manner. Using different social media platforms can surely help promote your business and add credibility to you as a professional wedding photographer.

With determination, patience, passion and skills, you can have a higher chance of becoming a known wedding photographer and edging out your competitors.

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A Guide to Beach Wedding Photography

Weddings have become more diverse as far as locations are concerned. One of those popular locations is the beach. It should not come as a surprise as beach weddings, after all, provide a beautiful and romantic backdrop to celebrate such a joyous moment in a couple’s life. But the allure of a beach wedding in recent years goes beyond that.

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As a photographer like the Scottish Wedding Photographer who will be covering a beach wedding, it is important that you get to capture not only the beauty of the wedding as a celebration of love but also the beauty of the setting that is the beach. As a guide to help you better capture the moment, here are some of the characteristics of a beach wedding that you should not miss in your photos.

  1. Natural lighting – Since beach weddings are held outdoors, you don’t need to worry about nor possibly spend much on lighting in the venue for some good output the photos. The natural light from the sun will already take care of the lighting for you. On your part, you don’t have to think about these things and let the photographer take care of making that sunlight work on those beautifully lighted photos.
  2. Scenic venue – one does not have to spend or worry much on the interiors. The beach itself provides a natural and artistic scenery that you can tap to provide a beautiful and natural backdrop for your wedding. Best of all, it is available to you without paying extra, especially if you will not require to have a section of the beach blocked off.
  3. Intimate atmosphere – Beaches are naturally intimate type of places, better appreciated when there are a few people who go there. So if you wish to have an intimate wedding ceremony, having it at a beach is something to seriously consider. Even if a beach is a popular tourist destination, having a beach wedding provides a greater level of intimacy that having a hundred guests would ruin such a mood.
  4. A wedding and vacation in one – For some couples, especially those who are working around a budget, a beach wedding is a cost-saver such that they don’t have to spend time and effort separately for a wedding venue and a vacation place and incur more expenses in the long run. Beach weddings provide the convenience for both. Not to mention, the guests also get to enjoy a vacation and a wedding at the same time.
  5. Less formalities – As stated above, beach weddings have a greater level of intimacy. As such, there is a lesser need to be formal, whether it is on the aspect of ceremonies or when it comes to outfits. You can be as flexible as you want to be for a beach wedding, so feel free to create a unique and memorable moment in the process that you as a couple and your guests will get to enjoy.
  6. Casual affair – Speaking of outfits, there’s no need for to wear formal outfits at a beach wedding. One can opt to wear a simpler wedding dress while guests can wear something less stiff and a bit more casual and comfortable that is appropriate for a beach wedding. Besides, traditionally huge wedding gowns would not cut it since they would look awkward in the beach setting anyway.


With all these said, keep in mind though is the outdoor nature of beach weddings. As such, nature can either be your best friend or your worst enemy. Unpredictable conditions like rain or winds may make those wedding plans go awry. Careful planning is very important to ensure that such conditions would not ruin what should be a memorable moment. Make sure you got all bases covered as much as possible; it won’t hurt to have a Plan B at hand in case things won’t get to go as originally planned.

There is no doubt that beach weddings are beautiful to witness, making a moment as memorable as a wedding even more memorable with the setting a beach provides. As long as it is planned very well beforehand, a beach wedding provides a unique experience the couple and guests will surely get to appreciate and cherish.

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Top Mistakes Wedding Photographers Make That Must Be Avoided

Admittedly, there are some wedding photographers who came into the field of wedding photography with little to no prior knowledge of the business. Thus, they tend to commit some serious mistakes as to how they practice their profession. This piece deals with some of these mistakes so they could be avoided or corrected for the sake of their profession and the wedding photography industry as a whole.

  1. Not providing a legal contract for wedding photography services

Photography is a fun and potentially rewarding career, but you cannot be a successful photographer if you do not take of the legal matters of your business. If you want to be a professional photographer like Heather Finocchiaro you must readily provide needed legal documents. Most important among these is the contract or agreement of services wherein the details of the service you provide are written in black and white. This is so that you and the client have an understanding of what you can or cannot provide as a photographer, not to mention avoid possible legal headaches along the way. Also, many clients prefer to deal with photographers who can provide a contract.

  1. Not limiting the hours of work nor charging for extra time

Having a proper agreement in place will also help you define the scope of work that is expected of you. What if the plan for the day was for a four hour event but due to various reasons the day became twice as long? Are you expected to stay for the same rate you agreed on? Limiting the hours of work and setting the possible extra charges for the extra time will help make your work easier on your end.


  1. Buying the “best” camera that you do not need.

There is nothing wrong with wanting the best camera available, especially for your profession. Just don’t let it come to a point in the future that you will realize that the camera is too much for what you need and you will regret spending that much for the camera in the process. The point here is this: buy the camera that best serves your needs, and those needs do not require a top of the line, expensive camera. After all, your work will be judged by the images you produce and not the model of your camera.

  1. Bringing ego to the job

Then there is that ego problem a number of photographers sadly have. They think highly of themselves because they get to make people look good. Keep in mind that wedding photography is not about you. It is about two people getting married and you are the one chosen to document the most important day of their life. Better leave that ego at home and come with an open heart and open mind.

  1. Agreeing to work with another team without coordination

There are those instances that we may be requested or forced to work with another team. The bride might book you but the groom’s family have booked their own photographer. Both have their own work attitudes and do not wish for the other team to mind them and vice versa, a recipe for disaster in the making there. It is very important in such cases to make sure both teams are coordinated, like splitting the responsibilities between the two teams and cover for one another if necessary.

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  1. Giving all the images you shot, including the unflattering ones

As a wedding photographer, you should expect that of the hundreds of photos you will take on the wedding day, not every photo will turn out great. It is your job to make sure you the photos you select to give to your client couple are the best. Including the unflattering ones does not make you a competent documentarian. Rather, you will be perceived as sloppy for being careless that you took those ugly shots, serving as a blemish to your career. And you cannot let that happen.

  1. Not paying enough attention to post production

Somewhat related to the previous point, because not all photos will look perfect after shooting the image, the importance of post-production must be repeatedly emphasized. Some photographers abhor doing post-production because they feel it makes them less than skilled photographers which is not the case. Some photos may not look that good but can still look stunning with the help of post-production, saving the image from being wasted and make your clients happy too.

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The Guide To Using Flash At Weddings

The usage of flash in photography has always been a sticky subject among wedding photographers and even non-photographers as well. In fact, there are actually some photographers who despise the idea of using flash or even light modifiers as they feel either they are “unnatural” or just not comfortable using it.

However, there will be instances when flash is necessary to use in certain situations. We shall further look at those situations here in this piece as to what would warrant them for the use of flash.

At Wedding Venues and Reception Areas

Wedding ballrooms, churches and reception areas are prone to have less than ideal light for photographers to take advantage of. Thus, the flash helps create a primary source of light that is brighter and more pleasant than the dim ambient light. It has to be noted though that in a number of cases, churches do not allow using flash during ceremonies, so you have to discuss using artificial light with the church personnel before the ceremony.


To help diffuse the harshness of the flash, if there are white ceilings in the area that are not too high, you can mount flash on your DSLR and bounce light off the ceiling or nearby white walls. Alternately, you can use what is called a bounce card which (with the flash) will enable your image to have a much better light source than direct flash.

Photographing Details Indoors

For wedding photographers like Alicia Dunlop, part of the job is to photograph well the details that highlight the theme of the wedding or other interesting details. Sometimes, the light in the venue would suffice, sometimes they would not. If it is the latter case and you wish to save some time photographing details faster, a flash on top of your camera bouncing off a white card might suffice.

When subject is poorly lit outdoors

Most photographers do not bother with flash outdoors, with natural light readily available. Unfortunately, that light is not always available, especially once the sunset arrives. Much like photographing indoors, you may need to use artificial light source, such as flash.

Fill Flash – when shooting backlit

Shooting subjects in a backlit setup can create a nice separation and bring more depth to images. But if the subject is heavily backlit (say with the sun behind), the opposite side of the subject which is facing the camera might get underexposed. Fill flash can help in this situation; single diffused light positioned away from the camera would do the job.

Overpowering the sun to avoid hot spots and intense shadow


While the sunlight can be a good friend for outdoor photography, there are times, usually in the afternoon, when the light can be too harsh on the photo as the sun is directly overhead. Setting up an umbrella or a softbox with the flash helps get around that problem and you get beautiful photos as a result.

Avoiding environmental color casts on your subject’s skin tone

Sometimes when working with natural reflectors, you get to run into a problem where your subject will assume the color of the reflective surface. You can reduce this effect by using a reflector right next to your subject or use fill flash (umbrella, softbox or other modifier) to illuminate your subject, which will more or less isolate him/her from the rest of the background and reduce color reflections.

Final words

Flash helps provide dimension in your photography, allowing you to solve or at least get around the problems you sometimes face in photography. Just remember to leave some room for creativity to get the best results as possible in your photos.

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Tips For Great Wedding Videos

Videos are an integral part of documentation in weddings. Thus, videographers have a challenging task of making sure the output they get to churn out would be of great quality that guests and especially the couple would get to appreciate.

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Experts have thus shared 6 tips in ensuring a great wedding video coverage.

  1. Remember that it’s all about the bride and groom. This is the most basic (and most important) tip of all. Keep in mind what they would like in the video. Get as many shots of them as you can of them at every important moment: the holding hands at the rehearsal, when they first see each other at the ceremony, when they walk after the vows and the ceremony, to every interaction they have at any point during the reception. Encourage others attending the wedding to talk about them on camera. Most importantly, concentrate on capturing those once-in-a-lifetime shots.
  2. Keep the theme of the wedding in mind. Make sure that you highlight that theme at every opportunity possible while shooting the video, whether the theme can be seen in the decorations, the outfits, whatever element that is present.
  3. Attend the wedding rehearsal. This will provide you a great opportunity to locate all the electrical outlets you will need, as well as the best places in the venue where your camera can shoot the best possible angles. Also, it will also help you familiarize yourself with other aspects such as placement of the lighting and sound equipment to the order of events, as well as where the key people (parents of the bride and groom, for example) will be sitting, etc. And if you’re actually doing a video recording during the rehearsal (which is highly recommended) is lots of wonderful behind-the-scenes footage to include in your wedding video.
  4. Be friends with the wedding photographer, regardless of his background like a wedding photographer gloucestershire. Coordinate with him on all aspects of the coverage as much as possible and work with one another in providing a great coverage of the wedding in both photos and video. Be ready to have each other’s backs in case one of you is unable to get a good shot, ensuring every important moment is captured in either photo or video.
  5. Make sure you (and your video camera most especially) will be able to see the bride when she walks down the aisle. As obvious as it sounds, make sure that that your video camera’s line of vision will include the bride. After all, she is one of the leading stars of the wedding video you are making, so to speak, so make sure she stands out in that particular moment.


  1. Make it personal. Even if you have produced so many wedding videos, to your clients which are the bride and groom, their wedding is a unique event that deserves a special touch, so to speak. Edit accordingly, ensuring there is a sense of uniformity between the theme of the wedding and the elements you will adding in the video, like the fonts, the music, the art, etc.

One more thing

There will be times though that things would not go according to plan as you shoot the video during that big day. In case that happens, do not fret. Take it as an opportunity to be creative and come up with interesting ideas that would not only compensate with the issues you have encountered, but also help make the video even more special as well.

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Why Hire a Second Shooter for Your Wedding

wedding photographyCouples who are planning their wedding look forward to having the memories of this special event captured or recorded on camera. Most of them would hire a professional wedding photographer to do the huge task of photographing the event and delivering brilliant wedding pictures that are worth keeping.

A wedding photographer is definitely important to hire for your wedding. The question now is, should you hire a second shooter for your big day? A second shooter is another photographer who will assist the primary photographer in covering the wedding. He/she usually coordinates with the main shooter and is associated with the same company.

Some wedding photographers hampshire will include the option of another shooter in the wedding package at a higher rate so couples can have another alternative. Is it really important to have two photographers for your wedding? Isn’t one photographer enough? Well, we have assessed the same thing and we came up with the answer that indeed hiring a second shooter is important.

Below are the reasons why you should consider getting two (or more) photographers for your wedding.

  1. Your main photographer cannot be in two places at once

Normally, a wedding photographer will focus on the couple and the moments during the wedding preparation, the ceremony and the wedding party. At times, there are great or fun moments that happen among the guests that cannot be covered by the main photographer because he/she is busy taking shots of the couple. The only solution to this is if there is someone who can position himself or herself in another spot and take pictures of the guests.

  1. More fleeting moments and people can be photographed

In weddings, the number of guests varies but in most weddings there will be more than 100 guests. And so, by having a second shooter, more people can be captured on camera and both photographers can surely cover more special, fleeting moments.

  1. Better wedding coverage when two heads work together

Two photographers especially from the same company who have worked together before can surely plan the coverage better. The main photographer can lead the planning and assign which parts of the wedding the second shooter will cover or where the second photographer will position himself.

These photographers can even discuss among themselves about taking turns in eating their meal during break. One can take his light meal while the other one continues taking pictures then later on they’ll exchange roles and the other photographers get to rest.

  1. Wide variety of wedding shots

Two photographers can certainly bring more cameras, lenses and accessories that can help produce different kinds of shots. One wedding photographer kent can attach a wide-angle lens on his/her camera to shoot pictures of the wedding venue or the guests while the other one uses a zoom lens or prime lens to take portrait shots of the couple. These two photographers can definitely come up with more awesome pictures that you will truly love.

Of course, the choice of having two photographers will still depend on your budget and in many other factors. If you think your wedding photographer is very skilled and can work on the wedding alone, then you don’t have to hire another one.

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5 Things Amateur Wedding Photographers Should Learn First

wedding photographerA wedding is a joyous event that you as a photographer would feel proud to be a part of. You feel a certain sense of pride knowing that you were chosen to work on a big task. The big task involves capturing precious moments and delivering brilliant wedding pictures. These pictures are expected to reflect the beautiful and memorable wedding that happened.

If you are new to wedding photography, you will surely feel anxious on how your first wedding task will end up. Will you succeed or fail?

Well, you surely wouldn’t want to fail, right? Here are the 5 things that an amateur photographer like you should learn first so your wedding coverage will turn out successful.

  1. Scout the wedding venue

Find time to look at the wedding venue before the scheduled wedding. Plan your angles, position and things to bring. Know also if there are rules or limitations in the venue when it comes to taking pictures. Check also the lighting so you will be aware if light is insufficient or not. If it is, then you will have to bring a camera that works well in low light or an external flash if really necessary.

  1. Check then pack your gear

Bring at least 2 cameras, 2 lenses, 3 fully charged batteries and memory cards. If you plan to take individual and group portraits, include a tripod in your pack. Check if all equipment function and repair or replace when necessary. You cannot cover the whole wedding if your equipment suddenly malfunctions or you ran out of memory space.

  1. Clear things out

If you need to speak again with the couple to clarify things, then do so. Never hesitate to ask or clarify anything related to the wedding. You need to have a good business relationship with the couple. There must be a mutual understanding and respect for each other. This wedding photographer Berkshire finds this extremely important.

  1. Relax, enjoy and learn

Don’t stress out yourself thinking too much on negative things. Think positive and just do your best. Enjoy the wedding and instill in your mind every new lesson that you learn from the wedding. If you committed some mistakes, learn from it and try not to do the same mistake again.

  1. Practice whenever you can

You need to continuously hone your skills and aim to learn more on wedding photography. Wedding photography is a broad topic and even after many years of practice, you will notice that knowledge is unending.  Even the experienced Mallorca wedding photographers still continue to practice and learn how to best produce awesome wedding pictures.

You will learn something new from time to time. For first timers, practicing the shots and observing weddings by becoming a second shooter or assistant in some weddings can help you learn new knowledge.

These are only few of the many things a newbie wedding photographer should learn. Just continue trying to gaining knowledge and skills to be better in your chosen field.

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Why You MUST Use Lightroom for Editing Your Wedding Photographs

adobe lightroomA wedding photographer’s job doesn’t end when the wedding he/she covered has ended. Instead, the real job starts right after the wedding. Wedding photographers need to edit hundreds or even thousands of photos per wedding event.

Photo editing can be a vey daunting task especially if you are new to photo editing and don’t know what software to use. One of the photo editing software preferred by many beginners is Lightroom.

Lightroom is a program that allows you to organize, edit, enhance and share photos. Some of its features are similar to Adobe Photoshop which is another program popular among professional photographers.

You can use Lightroom for free for 30 days and after that you can choose to pay only $149 anually. This tool is essential to photographers and similar professionals who need to produce brilliant images.

For wedding photographers, Lightroom makes it easier for them to finish editing fast and produce well-retouched and enhanced pictures. Here are some of the best features of Lightroom that you can use in editing wedding photographs

  1. Crop and straighten tool – for easy cropping and straightening of pictures using gridlines as guide.
  2. Vibrance tool – to enhance blues particularly skies and seas.
  3. White Balance dropper – to change the white balance in a picture.
  4. Fill Light – lighten parts of the photos that are dark.
  5. Recovery Tool – to bring back color to the picture that it overexposed (too bright)
  6. Noise Reduction – to remove unwanted grains and lines in the photo

If you are planning to use Lightroom but are not thoroughly convinced, then here are some reasons you must use Lightroom for editing wedding photos.

  1. Easy to learn and use

Learning how to use Lightroom is not that difficult because its tools are easy to understand. Like other programs, of course you need to practice and practice until you master how to use each tool.

  1. Quick importing and organizing of photos

Once you get hold of your computer, you should insert your memory card using a card reader and then create folders and sub-folders. Name the main folder to something easy to remember and then you can right away import it into Lightroom. You can find the photos on the Library Module of Lightroom.

  1. Mark best photos and delete the rest

Choosing the best wedding photos is easy using Lightroom. You only need to choose a number from 1-5 to mark the photos you like. You can randomly choose from 1-5 or you can mark 5 those that are your favorites and give a lesser value to those that you also find ok. Pictures that you haven’t “marked” can be deleted. Just click on “edit” “select rating”, “none” and then “delete”. Brentwood Wedding photographer does this with his wedding photographs.

  1. Retouching wedding portraits are made easy

Lightroom also makes it easier for you to retouch portrait shots especially the couple’s shots. You can remove blemishes and eye bags, whiten teeth and soften skin color among others. You can define and play with different settings like temp, tint, exposure, contrast, shadows and clarity until you get the perfect image. Check out the pictures by portrait photography twickenham to see wonderful example of portraits.

It is wise for you to only retouch or fully edit those that are for print. Other pictures can be edited in bulk.

  1. Various presets to choose from

Lightroom offers various presets that you can use for multiple images so you can edit faster without having to apply complex adjustments. No need to think of how to edit all pictures individually.

  1. Batch editing is best done in Lightroom

Lightroom can help you save time in editing by doing it in bulking. Choose first image, edit it and copy the setting to the other images. Most professional wedding photographers edit in bulk those that appear almost similar and they only focus on the best shots that will be compiled in an album.

Lightroom is definitely an efficient photo editing tool that wedding photographers should learn to use. This program can surely make life easier for all wedding photographers.

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