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Wedding Photographer Brussels, Belgium. 2 Red Shoes Wedding Photography shares a wedding photography technique.

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Olivier and Philippe are two passionate wedding photographers, based in Brussels. Both have been working in the photography field, independently,
for a number of years. Wedding photography has become a shared specialty and over time the desire and motivation to offer something a little different has appeared.
They call the resulting project: 'The 2 Red Shoes'

They have joined forces to push the boundaries of wedding photography, to give ourselves the ability to create the images that we dream of making, for you.Wedding photography is their passion and their complimentary visions allow them to give it new life.

As a wedding photographer, my first goal is to try to tell story of the wedding-day. So, I try to capture the moments without interrupting the events of the day by taking advantage of the situations. Like lots of photographers, I use a big 'red' gear mostly with fixed & wide lenses.

This picture is a 'opportunity picture'. In fact, I was busy taking the groups pictures at that time & I asked everyone not to stand behind me. Just before shooting, the lady came up behind and I felt her presence. I quickly turned around, ready to shoot anything and shot without looking at my camera . I can still hear this lady yelling "no don't shoot" ;-) These are the moments that happen during the course of a wedding and these are the moments that are priceless to capture. The small moments that we should always be ready to spot.

The image was captured using a Canon 5D MKIII, Tokina lens @ F11-16 F2.8; ISO 1250 1/400 F6,3. Using the cameras Aperture Mode.

Usual post-production. B&W conversion, contrast, high-lights and shadow adjustments + a bit of vignetting in order to recover some stuffs in the clouds. I cut out to a 4/3 size to avoid some disturbing objects





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