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Wedding Photographer Germany. Artur Voth shares a wedding photography technique.

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My name is Artur Voth, and I am a wedding photographer from Germany.

I photograph weddings in photo-journalistic style with a keen sense for the small and big moments on their wedding day.

This picture I made in NY. The couple have booked a room in the Hotel Royalton. The picture I took with a Canon 5D Mark2 and Canon 16-35 2,8 made at f/16 and 35mm.The picture I've been working with Lightroom.
The idea for the image came to me spontaneously as we stood in front of this window and I saw this background token. The couple sit way on a window sill. This is one of my favorite pictures from the shooting.





Image By Livio Lacurre

Livio Lacurre

I usually shoot weddings alone, without the help of a second photographer. This allows me to have a complete insight of the event, to better understand peoples relationships and to

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Image By Benjamin Brette

Benjamin Brette

This picture is one the reason why I'm a wedding photographer. Weddings are one of the last places where such a scene can happen. This image is a very simple candid moment. Duri

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Image By Seksan Manee

Seksan Manee

This beautiful fireworks waterfall was one of the highlights from Ivy And Thanavuth's wedding. It took place at Centara Beach resort, Hua-Hin, Thailand. It was a beautifully timed

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