I’ve been photographing weddings for 10 years now, so I’ve seen and dealt with nearly every lighting scenario possible, from a dark church with no windows, to a wedding ceremony at high noon with not a cloud in sight.
From the very beginning, I knew I wanted my photos to stand out in an eye-catching and artistic way. So you can imagine my frustration when my photos came out dull and uninteresting when I simply snapped a photo with no thought as to what I was doing.
Thanks to DxO Labs, we get to end this week with a freebie. If you’re interested in mixing up your post-processing workflow, you can get a free, no-strings-attached license for DxO OpticsPro 9 between now and February 28th.