Winter does not have to be off season for Weddings. Although the snow can be a difficult situation to plan a serious event around, just look at how beautiful it could be to photograph! As a photographer who loves bright and airy, I make it a goal of mine to find backdrops in the lightest colors, sometimes that even includes a clean blank white wall!
I'll share a small photography tip with you.
If you want your images to look clean, classic, and bright, then your images should be photographed in front of a light color. There is nothing wrong with using a black backdrop, but it will automatically make your images appear darker and moody. As I shoot bright and airy, I make it a point to avoid as many dark colors as I possibly can.
So, as you can imagine, photographing in the snow was photography heaven for me. Why? Because everything was already white! I didn't have to search for it. That gave us so many more options to use during portrait time and one less thing to think about. Once I found the right primary and secondary light, I was able to deliver a variety of locations while complimenting my style of work.
I loved photographing this day, so I hope you enjoy the images as much as I do!
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