6 Basic Points About Wedding Photography Editing

Wedding photographers are the most liked on any wedding day and with that, they are burdened with a responsibility of editing the images to another extent apart from the job of photography. Wedding photography editing is a time-consuming job and with time investment comes a part of stress too. This is all a part of post-wedding editing workflow.

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Get yourself started at these basic photo editing tips for wedding photo fixtures like a pro because simplicity is the best.

 

Crop it out

Photo cropping is the most basic tool in your photo editing arena to be used in many cases at a point in time. Whether it’s a highly crowded picture where you need a little tweaking or a glazy picture where you need to cut them in the image, cropping is in rescue. Cropping helps to literally trim the picture to the size you want to just with a click of a mouse. These days, most of the tools have default cropping sizes to select from with no hassle you get nicely cropped images.

Cropping gives you a provision to place focus on the subjects you want the whole attention and creates better compositions. We need to consider a few things before cropping your images like being careful about the brightness of the screen so that you receive a clear view of the image and leveling of the photo. Another thing to be careful about is you are editing the image only after zooming out fully to be able to work on a small scale. Cropping your photos properly is the key to achieve amazing images for your wedding album or the wedded client.

 

Noise Removal Is A Must

You obviously don’t want any kind of random fuzzy on your photo if taken in dim light. It not only disturbs the image altogether but also distracts the foreground and the overall effect of the image. Dark colors especially have certain areas of speculations to be worked on. All this is considered as noise. Photo editing and fixing can instantly reduce the noise in the picture and eliminate all the factors that are affecting the quality of your wedding pictures.

Two kinds of noises that you come across is Color Noise and luminance noise. A distorted or varied color showcases color noise and a grained image showcases luminance noise or in other words referring to the brightness. It mostly differs from one photographer to other. The process for reducing noise can be smooth if you try incorporating these tips like shooting in RAW to have the best quality wedding images, first working on color noise before anything and sharpening the landscapes too.

 

You will love brightened up images

Bright wedding photos are always loved, so you should note it to be at approx. brightness level while editing. At times it happens that with the crowd guests and candid clicks, there can appear many dark photos which can be rectified with simple brightness correction. It works in the way like raising the stakes and gaining the maximum profit. It is magical to think about as just a slide in the bar of the brightness can take your photo to the next level.

Brightness not only helps with the darkness of the image but also optimizes an image and maximizes the detail of the images. Before you make any such moves, you need to analyze the photo which will automatically help you calculate the amount of brightness required to upgrade the image.

 

All About Blur

It happens that many photos come out to be a blur while shooting the whole day and it is perfectly fine. This is what happens most of the time with candid or action shots. While such problems persisting, sharpness tool is in rescue for you. Also, be careful that you don’t end up to over-sharpen the image as it can then start looking unrealistic. The photo enhancer feature in presets adds perfect level of sharpness giving each photo a quality of professionalism. Sometimes, it happens that we want to blur some parts of the image to focus on the main subject and this can be done in both Lightroom and Photoshop. This way a special effect can be given to the image.

Always blur images individually, this way you will get the best results. Try to work in develop module and take time to experiment within the degrees of sharpness. Here, adjustment brush can be useful if put in reset setting and then toggle between basic and custom settings. For scenic views, the blurring of background in the Lightroom can be useful to make a perfect focal balance.

 

Preset It

Presets are default loaded effects created by editors or professionals that are saved in Lightroom. A wedding photographer most of the time likely to have a unique photography style that is all his/her own. Using presets helps to create a faster workflow with a consistency in the images and altogether making the album look precisely organized.

Before getting started with it, you need to understand how any preset can affect your image and if it will give the look you really want to have or not. After getting an idea on this, try playing around with some of the presets and then browse the internet to find the presets that can match your style. So many editing service providers avail so many presets to choose from. just be careful about the preset you are buying.

For more about presets, A Basic Guide To Adobe Lightroom Presets

Some Extras

There are some points that any editor should take care of while editing any wedding photoshoot. These set of extra tips helps in quickening the process of post-wedding image editing.

  • The foremost point is to edit in batches so that the idea of editing is clear in mind and thus there is no breakage of editing style.
  • Try incorporating color vibrancy in your images only in some picked ones. Applying it to all can result in a unreal editing.
  • Always think of a style prior to the start of editing so that you know in which direction you are moving.
  • Keep an eye on yellow teeth or hazy clicks. Work on such small details too.
  • Keep trying new themes to bring uniqueness to your editing and this also makes it more fun.
  • Have an idea about the shortcuts that can help you to fasten your workflow. Most of the tools have their default shortcuts in their settings. Check them out.
  • Be sure that whatever you do, isn’t much of a overdo.

Careful is the key to steady and surreal work. Keep up with that and make sure you know what you are doing because this is a tedious work you need to be accountable to the contexts of the tools you use. Otherwise, editing is as smooth as butter, you just need to know where the butter knife is. Happy editing.