Denver, CO – While summer and spring are the most popular times for weddings, Denver photographer Matt Kelly offers particular expertise in winter weddings, which are more affordable and offer some unique photographic opportunities.
If you live in an area that is likely to have snow, this can add to the sense of romance to pictures, observes Kelly, a Denver photography expert with AmbiSuite Weddings. Snow softens the lines of buildings and trees and a picture of a bride and groom walking alone in the snow can be a lovely addition to a couple’s wedding album. Snow also creates a feeling of serenity and stillness that is hard to duplicate in warmer months.However, winter lighting tends to be more subtle and sunlight is paler. Photographers may have to deal with a cloudy sky or snow glare. And, any outdoor pictures need to take them before the sun starts going down. Also, there may not be enough natural light during an indoor ceremony, so the photographer may need to augment it – notes the Denver event planning specialist. Some wedding experts advise couples to stick with elegant wintry colors such as silver, pale blue, and gold for their décor. But, recently some weddings are using bold splashes of color to create a vibrant and unique look. “We’ve had clients with Christmastime weddings using bright red or green as accent colors,” says Kelly, a Denver wedding photography provider.
Couples planning outside photos should be sure that everyone is prepared for the weather. “The bride should have a cape or jacket that complements her gown,” suggests Denver wedding planner Kelly.
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