Posts tagged composing flat lays
7 Crucial Shots to Get When Photographing Wedding Invitations

I’m not here to tell you exactly how to style and photograph shots—if you want more direction in that, be sure to check out the Flat Lay Blog Series I just published! Instead, this list is meant to provide a general shot list of things that are worth capturing when photographing stationery. How you style, photograph, and edit, should enhance the main subject, but at the end of the day is up to you and your aesthetic.

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Flat Lay Styling: Photographing and Editing

While they may look effortless, the gorgeous photos you see on social media and in all your favorite wedding blogs and magazines aren’t so easy to put together! Flat items can photograph…well, flat! Bringing them to life takes skills and strategy. It may take some work to get there, but it’s totally worth it to be able to creatively and accurately capture the beauty of your clients’ wedding details.

In this three part series, I’m going to be covering my entire flat lay process, from materials to composition, photographing, and editing. If becoming a flat lay master is on your to-do list, stay tuned, and these tips will help you get there. Today, is the third and final part, talking all about actually photographing and editing flat lays.

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Flat Lay Styling: Composition and Layout

Truth time: how you compose the photograph will make or break your flat lay. You can have the most gorgeous, expensive materials in the world, and strong editing skills too, but if you don’t know how to actually style the subject matter, nothing will be able to make up for that. In part two of our flat lay series, I’m teaching you my step-by-step process for composing a flat lay photograph worth stopping your scroll over!

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