Wedding Lightroom Presets
Capturing photos for someone’s special day is a big responsibility and you have to deliver stunning results, that is where our Wedding Lightroom Presets Pack will come in handy. Created by a professional wedding photographer, this set includes a range of looks and styles which will help you transform your images into professional high-end photos, perfect for framing and standing the test of time.
Designed to be used by amateurs or professionals alike, these presets will help you produce an amazing end-result, transforming your images in the process & wowing your clients.
Our presets have been created with care by one of our professional Lightroom experts, designed to work with a range of cameras and photography styles.
There are 30 presets in this pack, available to download as in .lrtemplate format for easy importing into Lightroom. Simple, easy to use and stunning results. Take a look below to see for yourself.
Product Features & Specs
- Detailed Installation Instructions
- Instant Download sent to your email
- Compatible with Mac & PC Lightroom
- Compatible with RAW or JPG Images
- Compatible with Lightroom 4-7, Classic & Creative Cloud (CC)
- Fully Adjustable
- Lifetime Free Updates
- Customer Support
Before & After Examples
5 Quick Tips for Wedding Photography
When you’re living your wedding day, you will find that it is anything but boring. Most likely you’ll be absolutely petrified for a good portion of the day, there will entertainment and a colourful mixture of people and in general you’re unlikely to feel bored at any point – far from it in fact.
Yet that is precisely how you may find your house guests feeling when you force them to look through your photo album. The problem is that they don’t know Auntie Julie and that they weren’t there to see the live band in person – thus they can’t really relate to what a magical day the photos are capturing.
Many wedding photos look samey and they quickly get boring – people either standing next to one another smiling, or people looking up from a table and smiling. Either way, it gets dull quickly.
Unless that is, you are able to find ways to make your photography a little more interesting. To bring it to life. And to give it the ability to tell a story. Following are some of the ways to do just that.
Get Natural Pictures
Natural pictures are often a lot better than posed ones, because they show how people were on the day and they capture the atmosphere that will have been there. This also prevents all your pictures from looking the same – they aren’t just people looking up smiling, they’re people chatting, eating and laughing which is much more varied and interesting.
Staged Pictures Are Okay Too
Staged pictures get a lot of bad rap as they aren’t authentic and can come off a little phoney. However, if you want to capture some great photos where you all look good and where there’s a visible dynamism, then they’re not all bad. A posed action shot might mean everyone standing in a line holding the bride, it might mean everyone jumping up and kicking their heels together in front of a sunset, or it might be the bride and groom pretending to do battle. As long as these aren’t the only kinds of photos you take, they’ll be great to look back on and make wonderful profile pictures.
The other problem that a lot of photos have is that they just look flat and so not particularly interesting. They’re all pictures of people standing face on in front of the camera smiling. That’s not particularly realistic either, and it ends up creating an image that’s boring and lacks any sense of drama or action.
Instead then, think about getting different angles in your photo and about the way you want to frame the picture and create depth. Instead of having someone smile head on, why not get them to stand on and look over one shoulder? Or why not get an angle from higher up?
Likewise, instead of getting countless pictures of the day, how about instead getting a picture of a lone champagne glass with the sun setting behind, or of the bouquet waiting? This way your photos can tell a story which is much more interesting than just having lots of the same picture at slightly different times.
Think About What You Want to Remember
Ultimately though, wedding photography is not for the house guests: it’s for you to help you remember a magical and incredibly important day. Think then about what you want to remember, and take photos of those unusual interactions between friends who never normally meet, and those center pieces that took you days to choose.