Behind the scenes (Part 1): Post processing behind the scenes

November 07, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Digital picture: Sony A99 with Zeiss Planar T* 50mm F1.4 ZA SSM taken at ISO320, F2.8, 1/60 S

Fellow digital photographers will agree with me that post editing is a important workflow after the shoot. And for me, like a excited little boy trying to open his present to see what he is getting, the most exciting part of the wedding extends beyond the actual shoot. Beyond a 10 hours wedding coverage, almost 5-10 hours of work is spent in the digital darkroom to process the photos for delivery. At Mood for Light, we go a step further to select key shots to post edit the shots we love. Call it OCD, but we just have to bring out the beauty of the shot.

The shot above is taken straight out of camera from it's raw format. No editing has been done. It's a good shot. Lovely bokeh and dynamic range. After our fiddling, we present our edited shot below. Do you like it like we do?

 

Digital film signature: Kodak Portra 100 VC

 


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