Why Photographers do not share their unedited images!
Alright, let’s dive into the photography debate – raw vs edited images.
It’s like comparing plain batter to a decorated cake. Raw images are the basics, straight from the camera, capturing the real deal. Think of it as the cake batter, full of potential. But, just like baking needs love, raw images benefit from a dash of post-processing. Edited images are the showstoppers, like a cake with frosting and flair, achieved through tweaking with exposure, contrast, and more. Editing is an art form, allowing photographers to stir up emotions and turn seemingly average shots into stars. Whether you’re into raw authenticity or edited wonders, let’s appreciate the artistry in both. Photography is about molding moments into a visual rollercoaster that resonates. Here are some examples below of unedited vs. edited images!
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Wild Rose Wedding Workshops – Host
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Heather Johnstone Creative – Creative Director
Orange Trunk Vintage Rentals – Rentals
Curated Kits – Styling Kits
Durand Bridal – Gown
Ed Williams Menswear – Suit
Joanna Bisley Designs – Jewelry
Alberta Diamond Exchange – Rings
Avenue Beauty – Robin – Hair and Makeup
Mountain Grove Studio – Hand Lettering
Creative Edge Flowers – Florals
Black Dog Bakery – Cake + Treats
Hang On Bridal Hangers – Hanger
Laura Ann Cinema – Filming
MBargo Tap Trucks – Extra Tap Truck
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