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Wedding Photographer Italy. Antonio Gibotta shares a wedding photography technique.

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Antonio Gibotta, been born to Avellino in August of 1988, since quickly approaches itself and the work of the father, an asserted photographer is gotten passionate carefully to the photography, observing professional.

His photography does not need words nor sounds in its narration, it shouts with its silences, deep and enigmatic.
The photography of Antonio succeeds to rock the foundations of the emotion always maintaining a dose of mystery.

The Shot :

5D Mark III
I was a low as possible to make the squared composition
5D Mark III, 70-200 IS L USM II, F2.8 on 135mm, ISO 250, 1/160
I Metered on the highlights
Just Black and White with a little contrast
I just loved the shot and of course the couple too. It has won several prizes including the ISPWP Winter contest.





Image By Hanna Baranava

Hanna Baranava

This wedding was shot in San Marino. The ceremony had to take place in Palazzo Pubblico della Repubblica di San Marino but for some reason we were waiting for several hours before

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Image By Gustavo Vanassi

Gustavo Vanassi

I love telling good stories and chose the camera to be my typewriter. I grew up in a family of photographers and learned from my parents that taking pictures of people is fun, and

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Image By Fortunato Caracciolo

Fortunato Caracciolo

Often a lot of people ask me: 'Which is the best photo you've ever done'? My answer is always the same: 'the one I will take tomorrow'. I'm always looking for something

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