OUR EDITING PROCESS

It all starts here

The effort put into getting the perfect shot- monitoring light, figuring out the most creative way to use a space, making sure our clients feel at ease with the camera- is just a portion of what it takes to deliver a beautiful photograph. The work does not stop after a photo session, it continues on after every photo is uploaded, dissected, curated, and then put through the editing process. This photo of a happy bride and groom on their wedding day is an example of what I start off with during the editing process. This photo is what I snapped that day and what a photo typically looks like when I start off.

It all starts here

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"The effort put into getting the perfect shot- monitoring light, figuring out the most creative way to use a space, making sure our clients feel at ease with the camera- is just a portion of what it takes to deliver a beautiful photograph. The work does not stop after a photo session, it continues on after every photo is uploaded, curated, and then put through the editing process. This photo of a happy bride and groom on their wedding day is an example of our jumping off point."

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It all starts here

The effort put into getting the perfect shot- monitoring light, figuring out the most creative way to use a space, making sure our clients feel at ease with the camera- is just a portion of what it takes to deliver a beautiful photograph. The work does not stop after a photo session, it continues on after every photo is uploaded, dissected, curated, and then put through the editing process. This photo of a happy bride and groom on their wedding day is an example of what I start off with during the editing process. This photo is what I snapped that day and what a photo typically looks like when I start off.

Things I manage

Don't be afraid of bringing in patterns and textures! This creates interest and variety in your photos. This family mixed three different patterns and denim to tie the outfits together. Even though there are different patterns it's not overwhelming because they kept the colors simple and cohesive.

When selecting patterned or textured items, avoid branding or worded shirts because they tend to date photographs or feel like a commercial for a the brand.