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Wedding Photographer Chateau de Chaumontel, France. Benjamin Brette shares a wedding photography technique.

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This picture is one the reason why I'm a wedding photographer. Weddings are one of the last places where such a scene can happen.

This image is a very simple candid moment. During the reception at the Chateau de Chaumontel, near Paris, Thomas, the groom, was going from table to table to speak with everybody. He stopped at his uncle and aunts table and told them something, what I don't know but obviously something very funny!

As a wedding photographer we are always trying to be in the right places at the right time to capture the right moment. On this occasion I was just in the right place at the right time. These moments are a joy and had the chance to capture this lovely moment. A beautiful moment of joy and love.

My Nikon D$ was set to Iso 1600, 24mm f/1,8 1/60s

I chose black and white for this image to give it a timeless touch.





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