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Wedding Photographer Romania. Adina Dumitrescu shares a wedding photography technique.

At Wedding Photography Select, we don't just want to show you the best images from the best wedding photographers around the world. We want to tell you a little story behind them as well. The idea, the execution, the result. As this section grows, we want to give you an in depth description of each of the shots taken by some of the very best wedding photographers. We hope it proves to be inspiring and insightful.

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I am a passionate wedding photographer who can't get enough of couples in love. Each wedding make me remember my own, and I want to give to my clients the same wonderful experience I had.

We were at the beginning of the photosession and saw the shadow of the gate. I wanted something funny and unexpected for them, so I told them to stay a moment at the gates. They had no idea what I will shoot, I’ve told them is a portrait, but not what kind of portrait.

I had to move very fast to get this shot because a large number of people were moving in and out of the scene. I saw this composition because I liked the frame and the “lace” created in gates shadow and the mystery of it all.

I captured this image with a Nikon D800, ISO 125, 1250 / 2.8, manual exposure, Nikon 24-70/2.8 and there was some basic processing in post.

I think the final image represents the personality of the couple and they loved it.





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Matt and Tara Theilen

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Image By Cromatica Wedding Photography

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Image By Martin Beddall

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