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Winter wedding photography


Winter Wedding Photography | Bride and groom photographers

When I saw the headlights of a wedding car shining through the thick winter fog the other day, I knew that the photographer appointed for that wedding would need a good deal of luck as well as consummate technique to produce an album. of a satisfying wedding. Winter wedding photography is a real pain.


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More and more couples are opting for winter weddings due to price discounts and greater availability in this less popular season. So what should a photographer do to ensure the elements don't diminish the quality of their wedding photos? Here are some useful tips:


Lighting in winter

Natural light in winter is difficult to obtain and limited to a few hours. If you need to take photos outdoors, plan the session for the morning when the light offers the best technical possibilities. It's best to take wedding photos outdoors in natural light with a reflector and tripod. If you use a flash, be sure to use a diffuser to soften the light. An external flash is always better than the camera's built-in flash.


Attire of the bride and groom and the photographer

Dress warm. Do I have to say why? Many brides may be happy to endure freezing temperatures and pose in a wedding dress just for that perfect shot they've waited a lifetime for. However, if the photographer feels cold, he will immediately rush back to a warm place in his thoughts. So make sure you wrap up in many layers against the natural elements and stay calm during the shooting session. She advises the bride and groom to bring a coat to keep them warm between shots. Or even use their coats to create sensational shots


Shadows

Be aware of the winter sun, if you haven't come across a cloudy day. If you shoot into the sun or place your subject in the sun, you can cast harsh, long shadows that can distract the viewer from your subject, or create incredible dramatic effects.


Colors on the snowy background

If it snows, take advantage of the clean, white background that you won't find at other times of the year. Display brightly colored items, like the bride's bouquet or bridesmaids' dresses, against that bright backdrop. Natural wallpapers this season offer simply magical solutions.


Black and white

If you want to include winter landscapes in your photos, the desolate and bleak sight of a snowy city, for example, usually looks better in black and white than in color. Placing your subject against an endless cloudless sky and a clean white background can create visually stunning, high-quality shots.


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I hope these tips help you get through a freezing wedding photoshoot and achieve great results. Good luck!

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