What makes a wedding photographer unique? There are literally thousands of photographers out there who specialize in weddings and often if you're looking in one location each of them can start to look the same. The thing is that most photographers have a unique style of wedding photo editing and that's what sets them apart. Any photographer can shoot a wedding, some can even do it well, but the key is getting the image not to look like every other photographer out there. After all, your couple is unique, and they want their images to be unique too.
Daniel started life loving computers but quickly found that his passion lay elsewhere. While struggling with computer science, he discovered his passion for photography. What makes his images unique is how dark they are. Most of his images are contrasted and even ranging to underexposed because of this. He's considered to be one of the Top 10 Fearless Photographers of all Time. His wedding photo editing is incredibly atmospheric, and he goes against the grain by choosing darker themes over the "bright and happy" wedding photo editing that has been so popular in recent years.
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With a wedding photo editing style that is both bold and simple what really makes her images unique is the angles. Most of her shots are candid rather than posed but taken from above or below. There's no denying the amazing intimacy this creates as you get closer to the couple without looking too posed. The bold colors also help to create a lively feel which adds to the feeling of celebration. She has won 28 awards just in the last three years for her photos which capture the vibrancy and emotion of a wedding without making it seem posed or stiff. Her unique wedding photo editing is outside the box by putting the viewer into the action.
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One of the best wedding photographers in China, he uses similar spontaneity to Erika Mann but with an entirely different wedding photo editing style. His images are warm toned and have a sunset feel to them rather than a bold and popping style. What makes them unique is that they're usually less moody but still have some of the darker feel of Daniel Aguilar's work. His wedding photo editing is a happy compromise between the two that doesn't come across as overly punchy and still makes the image seem fun rather than overly posed.
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Ana and Daniel Dumbrava
For some wild and colorful images, this couple uses big color and heavily contrasted images to make the day seem larger than life. Their editing style can only be described as in your face, with most images having a huge amount of over saturated color in them or a punchy black and white. What makes the wedding photo editing of these images unique is that they're often abstract or minimal so that the subject isn't always clear at first because you're so focused on the color. Their images are fearless and creative in the extreme.
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A photography group that is arguably the best in India and the middle east. While it's hard to find the name of the actual photographer the company specializes in what they term "wedding journalism". Like most weddings in this area, the pictures are full of color, but the way they are shot looks like images straight from a Bollywood movie. The images cover a wide variety of themes but are often simple and clear with an obvious subject and a simple background that has an elegance and decorum not found in the more "in the moment" candids. While posed photography isn't something new, coupling it with a vibrant style of wedding photo editing is. This perfect juxtaposition of demure brides and strong masculine figures has a decorum that is unique.