As you shoot the wedding day, there are many aspects that you have to consider in order to get the perfect shot. Simply posing the bride and groom is not enough – it’s important for you to pay attention to the intricate details that make up an image. One of the most important parts of shooting is paying attention to the lighting that you’re working with. As you partner with a wedding photo editing company that takes care of your post production needs, you will have additional time to focus on your posing and lighting skills!
In our Posing Critique Webinar with Roberto Valenzuela, photographers from all around the world submitted images to be reviewed by the posing expert. Today, we’re continuing our Posing Deep Dive series, which is geared to help photographers create the best wedding images possible. In our first and second posts of the series, Roberto focused on the details of proper body language and how to use contrasting colors in your photography. This week, Roberto dives into the importance of lighting and how it can affect the pose you select.
The image for review today was submitted by Dylan Burr from Aventura Photo Video. It features the bride and groom in a stunning location with golden lighting from the sun – thanks for the submission, Dylan!
Use of Natural Light
This photo is filled with gorgeous lighting, and it is in a beautiful location. The photographer did a great using the light to his advantage in capturing the couple during golden hour. The location was also properly chosen, because the landscape turned a golden-yellow color as the sun set, giving this a warm, magical feel. [···]