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Wedding Photographer Spain. Dani Davila shares a wedding photography technique.

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My name is Dani Davila, I'm a Spanish photographer and love to shoot weddings. I never studied anything related to photography, but one thing is true, if somebody explain something to me, I will try to understand it until I can finally do it.

This photo was taken in Santiago de Compostela, with a lot of people surrounding the area, the sun wasn't too high at this time and I was trying a new lens, the 20mm nikon 2.8. I always meter to save the highlights and I try to keep my images in line with the ground with all the wide angle lenses, point a little bit to the sky to catch the beautiful building and figure out what to do with the bride and groom. It was a windy afternoon, and while I was figuring out what to do with them, Click! I got this shot.

It was a very difficult day, lots of people around, it was very windy, and the light was very hard, but this kind of light is amazing to work with and to get with contrasted and saturated images. The couple were great, Vanesa and Diego rock! They just do whatever it takes to get the shot, that's great for me and any wedding photographer ;)

This building is amazing, everybody knows it in Galicia, these couple came from their home town just to have a session in this amazing place. I anticipated this shot for a while and had the opportunity with this couple to capture what I imagined, taking control of the situation to get the perfect shot for them.

Vanesa and Diego love this shot and I have to say, I do too.





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