I like to shoot sharp, clear pictures with bright skin tones and eyes, good contrast and natural skin tones. I want to see eyes and real happy moments, with a connection between the couple rather than being disjointed. We live in a world of Instagram filters, yellow skin tones and blown out highlights (which are not my cup of tea). I studied photography back in the day when digital wasn’t an option, at most you had 36 exposures to get right on the film to have all the detail for when you hand processed your prints in the lab. I do not edit pictures in spot colour (where one colour is isolated, and the rest is black and white), because it was something you could do in the 90s, people did it, and it was a thing. Some people do it and that’s great if it’s your cup of tea, it’s not mine!
Each wedding is different; some are light and airy, some are bold and bright, some are dark with pockets of light. My processing and shooting match the wedding day as well as your personalities, some people are elegant, some are quirky, some are crazy, and some are shy. This is why it’s so important to meet and see if I am a fit for you.