Hi all, I've been stalking a wedding studio and really like their style of processing. Most weddings tend to be super "airy" and bright with little contrast/mood. This studio has a different approach and I really like it. I'm trying to nail down how they achieve their signature look. From what I can tell, they aren't afraid of contrast and they have a unique processing to their colors. I'd love to hear your feedback/observations on how they achieve this look. I've played around a bit and get on the right track but there is just something I'm missing... Twisted Oaks Thoughts?