As a photographer, learning new skills and fine-tuning the ones you currently have is a great way for you to master your unique photography style. Another way to gain inspiration for new ways to create memorable images is to look at other wedding photographers’ imagery. Black and white photos are great to help you tell a story from the wedding day and to highlight the important moments.
Here at ShootDotEdit, we love to share amazing images by photographers from all around the world on our various platforms. Today, we want to share a few black and white photos from industry pros that will give you inspiration.
Liam Kidney Photography
In this black and white photo, Liam Kidney Photography, a part of our ShootDotEdit Customer Community, captured a fun photo of the couple on an open road with a dramatic sky!
Leeann Marie, Wedding Photographers
For this next image, look how happy and excited this couple is to see one another on their wedding day! This is a great moment taken by ShootDotEdit Wedding Pro, Leeann Marie, Wedding Photographers!
A wonderful way for BOM Photography to capture the sunset, along with the couple as the groom lifts the bride in the air for their photography portraits!
Danny Dong Photography
For this black and white photo, ShootDotEdit Customer, Danny Dong Photography, documented a breathtaking shot of the bride with her veil!
Nicole Ashley Photography
In this stunning black and white photo taken outdoors, Nicole Ashley Photography showcases the bride and room up close, as the bride holds her dress in the air!
Blue Ribbon Studio
For this photo, Blue Ribbon Studio, a part of our ShootDotEdit Customer Community, captured used an artistic approach to capture the couple and their reflection!
Tip: To always have consistent images that represent your style, send your photos to an outsource wedding photo editing company, like ShootDotEdit!
To create a memorable image, ShootDotEdit Wedding Pro, Burnett Photography, added an umbrella as a prop and captured the bride’s veil as it flows in the wind!
What did you think of those inspirational black and white images? We hope you are inspired as we are from them! To capture images your clients will love, you need to focus on the moments that matter. How do you know which are the most important to capture for your clients (or even for a publisher)? Our Photography Playbook for the Wedding Day has 127 Essential Images You Must Capture. Grab it today!