How do I get a softer look for wedding shots

Started Sep 20, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Thank you to all!!!!
In reply to agc1976, Sep 23, 2012

Well I ended up using bounced flash and natural light. With every location/room I did a custom white balance with gray card. Thank you all for helping. The professional photographer ended up being 1 hr and 45 minutes late. She got there as the girls were leaving for the church. So my "extra" photos are now the necessary photos. It was a smaller house and they had 11 girls getting ready with two make-up artists, three hair stylists and the father of the groom. Room were dark and even had darkish paint on walls. I did my best. It's no way as good as what you guys are showing here but at least they have something.

Now I'm going to try to do some post processing magic although I haven't done too much of that in the past as I'm mostly an action photographer.

Again, thanks to all!

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