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Wedding Photographer Palazzo Ducale, Italy. Borriello Photo Studio shares a wedding photography technique.

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This photo was from a wedding I shot in a photojournalistic manner, shooting in this style requires you to shoot fast and discreetly. I love to shoot images against the light but it's not always easy to get the light you want.

This shot was taken in the gardens of Palazzo Ducale in Italy. I had a few minutes with the bride and groom walking and talking and I was taken with the light at this spot, so I asked the couple to stop for a moment. Luckily the sun started to sink behind the hill in the background. I balanced the light on the subject and the hill and took a series of shots.

I used Canon 5D MKII, 35 mm lens. f1, 4 ISO 400 1/125 f: 8 Canon 580 flash with Bank. processed raw files in Camera Raw 7.1

In post I lowered the level of the highlights and increased the level of detail to get more definition and a slight increase in the tone of color because shooting against the light you get a file with a low level of contrast, due to the aberration of the lens flare.





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