We were shooting a beach wedding with the party closed by the sea and not so much ambient lighting but very fun guests and incredible humor. They began to dance 'la conga' and I de
Wedding Photographer Athens, Greece. Mindart Photography shares a wedding photography technique.
When photographing a couple our challenge is to find new angles, to take at least one shot that we haven't done before.
Mindart shot this couple's wedding, in Athens. We had the location session in a suburb next to the sea. We decided to go to a place near the sea that the groom had in mind. As we were walking we saw a little wooden bridge. We had some shots with them on top of the bridge and then I thought to go under the bridge, from there I saw the groom between the wooden rails. That's when I got the idea to place each of them in one rail. It took me about 5 minutes to place them in the right place, I took ten shots to get this particular one. The couple didn't have any idea what i was doing under the bridge and they were so curious to see the final result. When I went close to them and let them see from the display they got excited from the result.So did i!
We are fan of Nikon cameras; for this shot we used a D3s with a 35/f,2 ISO 200, at f,4 and 1/1250.
I metered on the face with spot metering,processed with Ligthroom 5,4 and VSCO Fuji 400H