Friday, November 25, 2011
Thursday, November 10, 2011
It is always nice to get a few images published and today we had two ....
A fantastic wedding that was published in the print edition of Wedding Ideas Magazine has now been added to their website.
And .. our images were used in a blog post by the wonderful Alexandra at Bijou Bride
Wednesday, November 09, 2011
The music is a recording of Panis Angelica recorded by the hugely talented Jennifer Brisk. Please see Jennifer’s website for more details.
Friday, November 04, 2011
Like most photographers I shoot everything in RAW, we then process the
digital negative and export images as JPGs. The question is how far you
go with the processing? My approach has always been a light touch -
trying to keep the image as real as possible. If you look around the
trendy wedding blogs you will notice many examples of highly processed
images - in many cases desaturated and given a retro look and feel. I
actually quite like some of them but can't really bring myself to
process in this way. It seems kind of wrong to me.
I recently did a 50s themed shoot in a transport museum. My intention was to produce black and white film noire style images however on seeing the pictures I needed to keep them in colour but the colours I love seem to detract from the retro-ness of the images if that makes sense? Anyway I have taken a couple of images processed them in my normal way and then gone for the retro look. In both cases my neutral processing is in the middle. What do you think?
You can see more images from the shoot on my wedding photography website.