By default, Adobe’s Wedding Photo Suite is very powerful, but the default presets can be overwhelming.
This article walks through how to get your images in the right state and how to tweak them to your liking.
Before you dive into the settings, we recommend you read our guide on how to use the Wedding Photo suite to get the most out of it.
We also recommend you get to know your images to get a better sense of what you can capture.
We’ve already covered the basics of the suite, so let’s dive into what you’ll need to know about exposure and the various options that you’ll have.
For the sake of brevity, we’re only going to focus on Exposure+ for this article.
If you’re looking for other wedding photography applications, check out our full review of Adobe’s wedding photography suite.
If you’re using a computer with a Creative Cloud subscription, then the suite is free to use.
If not, you can always pay for it in a variety of ways.
If, however, you’re not using a Creative Studio subscription, you’ll probably have to pay extra.
You can find out more about the various ways to pay for the suite here.
You can add the Wedding Photographers Suite to Adobe’s Creative Cloud account, which allows you to create a subscription to use a free version of Adobe Creative Cloud.
For example, if you own an Adobe Creative Suite for home, then you can add this subscription to your account.
The easiest way to do this is to click the Create New Account button.
Once you’re logged in, you should see a welcome message.
Select the subscription you’d like to create and click Next.
Select the image you want to use as the exposure, select the “Exposure” preset and click the Add button.
When you’re done, you will be prompted to enter your name, email address, and password to confirm your purchase.
Now you can open up the suite and enjoy the beauty of exposure and fine tuning your images.
The default preset is very easy to tweak.
You’ll want to be sure to turn it down or down to the minimum value, and if you want more control, you could even go a step further and set your settings to only take advantage of the settings in the preset.
The “Expert” preset lets you adjust the sensitivity of the images in different ways, but we’ve included some of the best settings we found for both portrait and landscape.
If, however you want a more professional look, you might want to set the “Original” preset to “Auto” and “Original Pro” to “Medium” to get better results with your photos.
You should only use this setting if you have specific lighting requirements.
Finally, you’d also want to check the “Low Light” preset, which is used for portrait and landscapes, and “Medium Light” to turn off shadows in the background.
If this is your only option, then this setting is the most accurate for you.
We also highly recommend you check out the “Superior” preset for the best possible results.
This preset can be a little bit tricky to use, but if you’re willing to do some trial and error, it will come out great for you!
If you don’t want to pay to use it, you also have the option of getting paid for using the suite.
You just need to sign up for a Creative Suite account and enter your email address and password.
When you sign up, you get a notification asking if you’d prefer to receive the Creative Suite subscription.
Click on the Subscribe button and follow the prompts to complete the process.
The first thing you’ll notice is that you need to pay your subscription, which will be displayed on your Creative Cloud billing page once you sign in.
There are several ways you can pay for your Wedding Photo suites.
You might also want an additional $3.99 a month, which can be added to your Creative Suite to cover additional rental costs.
The Adobe Wedding Photo Pro suite is a free trial that allows you a wide variety of additional wedding photography options.
It comes with more than 100 wedding photos, as well as the Wedding Photography Suite, and is available in both portrait or landscape mode.
This means that you can take great portraits of your guests without the need to worry about lighting and composition issues.
The suite is also very customizable, with a variety, but a lot of different presets to choose from.
We love that you have so many options to customize your photos, but remember, this is an expensive wedding photography solution, so it’s important to choose wisely.