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Wedding Photographer Suffolk. Andy Chambers shares a wedding photography technique.

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Here in the UK it's not every day we're given a chance to shoot sunset, so when an opportunity comes along we take it. This shot was taken after the First Dance, I'd basically finished for the day, ready to pack my gear and head of home, in short I wasn't planning this shot.

I'd already captured some really lovely shots for the Bride & Groom earlier in the day, but as I saw the sky out the back of the venue, I knew I couldn't let the chance escape me. Thankfully the couple were more than happy to slip outside for 5 minutes in the hopes of capturing one final image, it took 2.

The idea behind the image was easy enough - simply walk and talk. I personally like this as it takes the attention away from the camera, creating a moment between the couple. Showing them the image on the back of the camera made them even more pleased they'd stepped away from their guests for so little time.

Settings wise, I used Aperture Priority and under exposed by 3-stops, super fast and simple. In post I simply lowered the shadows, and upped the saturation plus temp a little.

Shot with a Canon 6D + 17-40mm f4, in Suffolk UK

Easily one of my personal favourite shots of the year





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