Udaipur city palace wedding iPhone

Shooting and editing an Indian Wedding entirely on the iPhone

It has been a dream of mine for a long time, to shoot a complete Indian wedding only on the iPhone. The problem till now was not only the technological limitations of the previous iPhone models, which could be a separate discussion all together, as some of those still remain, but also, and mostly, finding […]

Post production for wedding photographers

For Wedding Photographers – Post Production 07

We continue with the post production for wedding photographers Tuesday column on it’s seventh edition and back to Udaipur at high noon. It was a Mehendi party at the Guava gardens of the Leela Palace. People were hanging out by the lake  and the sun was high in the sky. I knew I was going to […]

For Wedding Photographers – Post Production 06

After a break we took from this column last week to review the Nikon D750 camera we now back with number 06 of creative post production for wedding photographers. Following the review last week it only makes sense that we look into the D750 files this time. It is in a way a bit unfair to the […]

post production for wedding photographers

For Wedding Photographers – Post Production 05

o here we are again. It is Tuesday and we are doing another, number 5 and counting, of creative post production for wedding photographers. I hope you are following up as the comments part is still very silent. This week was super busy, as usual. You are viewing this post on the new and revamped wedding […]

post production for wedding photographers

For Wedding Photographers – Post Production 04

ime flies and we are already at the forth edition of creative post production for wedding photographers. This post is also the very first post on the new website so I am especially pleased. I’ve been very busy with the book and also setting up the new website in the last few weeks but am […]

For Wedding Photographers – Post Production 03

This is the third post of creative post production for wedding photographers. This time it is an image from a destination wedding in Udaipur. A good example of how an image that is seemingly not good to start with can turn out to be rather fine, albeit rather kitsch I must admit, with some Lightroom attention.

Wedding photography can be a lot more forgiving in terms of the amount of post production we apply to our images than photojournalism will ever be. Yes, we are supported to tell the truth, but no one will be mad at us it we make it more beautiful.

For Wedding Photographers – Post Production 02

Last week I posted a first in a series of posts on creative post production for wedding photographers and I’m happy to continue. I hope that this column grows to become a tool for both inspiration and technical solutions for wedding photographers struggling with Lightroom post production. As I mentioned last week, I will be sharing before […]

For Wedding Photographers – Post Production 01

I’ve been talking a lot about post production in my wedding photography workshops and I’ve noticed that there is a huge misconception about it among photographers in India. So here is something to start your creative juices flowing. My new ‘column’ on post production will be running on this blog every week and will hopefully […]