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Wedding Photographer Moscow, Russia.. Igor Gerasimchuk shares a wedding photography technique.

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Ekaterina, the bride, one of my favorite modelS, we've know each other for a long time. We had a few photo sessions for Inked magazine in the past.

So when she decided to get married, of course, I became photographer. The wedding was in the winter, about -18 degree. But the bride was posing without a coat, because she had a great tattoo that she wished to show off. So after about 20 min we decided to take a break and I gave her a blanket to wrap around herself to try and keep warm. Immediately I spotted this shot, with the striking colour of the blanket and beautiful eyes. I asked her to look at me and this shot was born.

Camera: Canon 5d III
Lens: EF 85 1.8
ISO: 200
Speed 1/640
Aperture 1.8

Post processing lightroom (for contrast) + photoshop (for skin retouch)

Shot at Kolomenskoe Park in Russia.





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