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Wedding Photographer Chile. David Alarcón shares a wedding photography technique.

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My name is David Alarcón and I work as a wedding photographer mixing a photojournalism style with an artistic view with the aim of capturing and creating special images for each couple.

Every time I shoot a wedding, the first thing I do is to explore the place and look for any resources and scenery that can complement rest of the day and my photography.

With this idea in my mind and using a double exposure technique. I made this interesting and creative image of a reflection of the lights on a stage with an image of the newlywed couple smiling.

I waited for the couple to have a few spare moments during the day and I took them to a room where I could make the perfect framing.

One of the accessories that I use to light up in this type of compositions is Lowel GL-1. Post-production I used Lightroom.

Details :

Luz Lowel GL-1
Camera Canon 5d III
Lens 50mm 1.2L
Aperture 2.5
ISO 250
Speed 1400





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