Monday, 28 June 2010

A classic pose

Walking down the aisle is a standard photo for weddings. I generally take a couple of photos in a couple of different positions on the aisle as I like to take a photo like this one as the couple have walked most of the way down the aisle. In this case it means that you can see the whole of the stained glass in the background.

Another almost standard technique is to leave flowers in colour and convert the rest of the photo to monochrome. You can't really do this if there is not much colour in the bouquet but on the right I have used this technique to leave the window in colour. It only takes a minute to do this and it is a fairly easy technique, but if you don't know how to do it then it is really difficult. One click later and this couple also had a completely monochrome version.

Happy snapping.

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