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Wedding Photographer Lake Como, Italy. Cristiano Ostinelli shares a wedding photography technique.

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This image was taken with a Canon 5D mark 3 and 14 mm 2.8.

I told the bride to drive the boat in this way, the groom was attached to her feet, the pilot of the boat did the same thing.

I was in the right place at the right time and my position was quite dangerous, both for me and for my equipment.

Sometimes are born from the idea of creating great images and the skill of the photographer but also the cooperation of the bride and grrom but we must always look for the best and aim for for something that has never been seen before.

We try every day, in difficult conditions, rain, too much sun, couples too excited, hot, etc. If we seek for getting the most out of each photograph and moment all our efforts will be rewarded.





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Image By Clara Bigaretti

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