Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Reviewing postproduction examples, part of Wedding Photography for Everyone: Fundamentals.
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In the previous movie, I mentioned the importance of using a tool like Lightroom…in order to process your photographs.…And here what I want to do is show you some images, so you can get some ideas about how…you might use a tool like this in order to process wedding photographs.…One of the things that you have to keep in mind is that when you're working with a high…volume of pictures, a lot of times the adjustments that you'll make, they're going to be more…global rather than specific because you don't have the time to get into all of the little…details of each and every image.…
Let's take a look at a few photographs which I think will illustrate how you might…want to post-process your photographs using a tool like Lightroom.…This first photograph is one that we've seen previously, and here you can see it's this…portrait of the groom as he just drove up.…Here is the image after it's been processed and then now here you can see the image as…it was captured straight out of the camera.…Now, straight out of the camera the composition was okay, but I didn't really like the colors or the light.…
Chris Orwig has been in exactly this position, and in this course, he shares his experiences and creative insights, all liberally illustrated with examples from weddings that he has photographed. The course begins with details on preproduction—your gear and equipment decisions and the importance of talking to the bride and groom about their goals for your photographs. It also explores some key strategies for documenting the ceremony and the celebration afterwards. Lastly, Chris reviews some postproduction strategies for enhancing your images and delivering them to the happy couple.