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Wedding Photographer Taipei, Taiwan. Lin Yu-cheng (K.Love) shares a wedding photography technique.

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On a wedding day, I think the most representative element, apart from the beautiful bride, are the wedding ring and wedding shoes. I decided I wanted these two elements together, making the ring embrace the heel of the wedding shoes so that they shine together passionately, representing the couples lasting love that will remain forever.

There were no real difficulties capturing this shot and I captured the image in the bathroom of the Sheraton hotel, Taiwan.

It was taken using a Sony A9 & Tamrom macro 90mm 2.8 lens. I also used an Icelight to bring out the brilliant shine of the diamond. I did some basic work in Lightroom and the end result is the image you see. Everyone including myself were happy with this beautiful wedding photo.





Image By Miguel Angel

Miguel Angel

I always liked photography feelings, and couples in love. I think wedding photographers are very privileged to be so close to such couples in intimate moments. At the wedding all t

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Image By Edoardo Agresti

Edoardo Agresti

I was shooting in a place close to the reception in the Four Season Hotel where the children was playing and having lots of fun with big bubbles. The bride and groom were called f

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Image By Clara Bigaretti

Clara Bigaretti

I took the shot in an Italian castle, when the bride was about to move to the church. I went upstairs as I was immediately inspired by the light that came through the window ins

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