How you process your shots should be in sync with your approach to the photography. I’ve been experimenting with different approaches to documenting weddings, ranging from playing with very contemporary compostions to stylish tilts of the horizon. The post-production (PP) method used needs to rhyme with the image at the same time. For instance ,the first shot in this series was processed based on an old style sepia grainy tone. As far as I’m concerned the subject needs to fit that mode of PP. This is obviously debatable but I find that some methods work better than others. When the colours are removed, some photos look better than others.
The images in this series are some that were shot from a very recent wedding between two different cultures. I have tried to show images in a very different way from what I have normally done in my previous posts and I have been more than happy with the results.
Equipment : EOS Canon 5D Mark II, Canon EF 35mm f/1.4, Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L, Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L and Sigma EX DG HSM 50mm f/1.4