The season of harvest, autumn, a season you will fall in love with. The stunning colours, shades of red, orange and yellow, which are breathtaking, the picturesque beautiful skies, good weather and colours spread from skies to the Mother earth. Truly speaking one of the most anticipated seasons. It’s a season that helps you let go off negativity and promises a beautiful journey ahead. A fall wedding has its own perks, one of the biggest benefits being that you are in the heart of a picturesque terrain. As a photographer, you have loads to work towards and focus on for the big day.
And here are some basic tips, which will take you smoothly photo shooting through the day:
1. Capture tantalizing colours
Autumn colours are distinctive, with beautiful shades of red, yellow, orange, purple and brown. Explore the foliage at the wedding venue and conceptualise the best way to include the pleasing backdrop while photo shooting the couple and the wedding guests.
2. Autumn lighting
Natural lighting works perfectly while capturing your subjects. As the early noon fades you will find the light is more softer and a good time to capture your subjects outdoors. While you are indoors explore and look out for light sources, which will give you those perfect lighting conditions for your photo shoot.
3. Capture autumn elements
The seasonal elements will be found in every corner at the wedding venue. The centrepieces will reflect the best of the season with candles flickering, wood elements, usages of lots of berries, wild apples, chestnuts, hazelnuts and brambles. Keep an open eye and enjoy clicking.
4. Golden hour
Make the best use of the golden hour, which brings that magical soft warm light occurring at daybreak or dusk. The wedding couple photographed at the golden hour will give you some good romantic captures.
5. Basics to remember
A few basics, which could help, you could try using a polarizer, enhancing filters to enhance the saturation, especially when you are trying to click your subjects outdoors. Using a small aperture and scattering leaves to bring out magic in the backdrop could be considered.