This is a different kind of wedding blog. A before and after kind. A moody, grainy, creative kind. We just shared a new editing tutorial on our youtube channel where we took one of our favorite weddings (thanks Jordan + Dylan, your wedding is struly the gift that keeps giving), and re-edited them with an emphasis on adding mood and choosing black and whites.
The tutorial is all about how, as wedding photographers, we can engage our creativity by delivering moodier edits and black and white edits as part of our overall gallery. It was a fun video to create and the full version is part of our exclusive Video Workshop included with Seasons Preset Bundle. This is just an excerpt, but if you like what you see, you can grab the bundle (and the 35+ exclusive tutorials!) here!
This next photo was super fun to edit. I enjoyed embracing a pre-war, super grainy, really nostalgic vibe. We don’t actually deliver images like this to our brides, but hey, maybe we should! It’s a fun and creative edit that feels like it’s from a different time. Do you love it, or hate it? Either way, we’re personally obsessed. 😉
To read the compelling story behind this image (in my feeble words, confined by the Instagram caption limit), click here and read our original blog post of this wedding, with stories from Jordan + Dylan themselves.
Fun fact – the next image is one of my personal favorite black and white edits of my career. I don’t even really know why, I just adore it.
Well that was a mighty fun and satisfying blog post. If these edits aren’t your cup of tea, that’s okay. I bet you found it satisfying nonetheless. These edits are an extremely moody vibe, a strong variation from Seasons Preset Bundle (lots of added grain, an adjusted tone curve, and a whole new adobe profile – but if you watch the youtube tutorial, you’ll understand what I mean).
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