My Post Production Styles for Weddings

Voici mes deux styles de post-traitement des photos pour les reportages mariage

Wedding photography has always been my passion. Ever since I photographed my first wedding I fell in love with it. To have the ability to capture a very important day in photos to hold emotion in my pictures that make my clients experience the day over and over again through pictures. This in itself made me very happy. So this is why I do it.

My equipment for weddings can vary from wedding to wedding depending on the location, the weather and ambience and the clients, but normally in my equipment bag are;

Cameras

2 x Canon 5D Mark III / IV (Full frame) cameras.
2 x Canon EOS R with EF Adaptors
1 x Canon 6D Mark II (Full Frame) camera as a second camera for low shots using the flip out screen and backup.

Lenses

Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS USM II L
Canon 17-40mm f/4.0 USM L
Canon 35mm  f/1.4 USM L
Canon 85mm f/1.2 USM L
TAMRON SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD
TAMRON SP 85mm F/1.8 Di VC USD

Lighting

4 x Speedlights
2 x Compact Light stand
1 x Portable 400w Strobe
Colour gels
Diffusers and Soft-boxes

Photograph styles

For weddings I offer two different styles, one dynamic and vibrant that captures the most dynamic range and vibrant colours. The other style is somewhat film looking with muted tones that are complimented by moody lighting. Here are some examples.

These are the usual pieces of equipment I normally take to a wedding coverage to allow me to create beautiful pieces of art as well as documenting the story of the day.

Example 1. Outrigger Resort

Example 2. Trash the Dress

Example 3. Pink and White bouquet

Example 4.  The Pearl Resort International

Example 5. Plantation Island Resort

Example 6. Imperial Palace Location

Example 7. Imperial Palace Cocktail

Example 8. Imperial Palace Reception