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Wedding Photographer Alicante and Murcia, Spain. Alberto Sagrado shares a wedding photography technique.

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We are Spanish Wedding Photographers based in Alicante and Murcia. We love our work!

Cristina & Julio were one of those couples that let me boost all my creativity as a wedding photographer.

They chose an abandoned factory for their session 'Trash The Dress' which, for sure, was going to give us lots of possibilities.

The sky was a beautiful blue and the interior walls had a great warm tone. I immediately thought there was a great image by making a double exposure with the help of a flash off the camera, which I always carry to my sessions.

The picture is made up of two exposures in one single photo. For the first photo, I shot the flash to the wall leaving the couple in shadow. Then, I went outside the factory to get the beautiful blue sky and sunset clouds which overlapped in the area of the previous picture - which was still unexposed, that is, the couples silhouettes.

Camera settings:
Nikon Df (2 shots in one image)
Nikon 35 1.4
1st exposure Iso 100 f1.4 1/640 Flash with Pocket Wizards
2nd exposure Iso 100 f5.6 1/640 No Flash





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