Post # 1
Why are so many wedding pictures I see yellow or antique-looking? I love my photos, but it makes me a little insecure that mine aren’t. My wedding photos look a lot less processed, and I don’t like the yellowed pictures, because it seems like a fake effect. But I kind of feel like people look at my wedding photos and think they’re cheap because they aren’t very processed. They look a lot more naturally-colored.
Post # 3
There is nothing wrong with the natural coloring. I would think a good photographer could bring out the natural colors instead of making everything yellowy.
Post # 4
It’s just a trend now for “vintage” everything, which somehow translates to that yellow look. But trends come and go, so while there’s nothing wrong with being part of a trend there’s also nothing wrong with avoiding it. In a few years those yellow pics may look dated. And you don’t even like them, so there’s no reason why you should have them!
By FAR my favorite wedding pics are the ones where the bride and groom look ecstatic and in love and that has nothing to do with the photographer’s style or the processing. Those types of pics are priceless! And you have them! 🙂 A simple, natural color pic of a beaming bride and groom in love is worth more than a thousand yellow sky, “moody” posed shots in my book!
Post # 5
As a photographer it’s sometimes hard to not get caught up in processing trends, but I can almost guarantee you that 20 years from now a lot of people who went with a vintage style are going to be looking back wondering what was going on with that tint. We try to keep it pretty natural for wedding stuff for that reason.