Wedding Photographer Warsaw. DR5000 shares a wedding photography technique.

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DR stands for Diana and Rafal. 5000 means young, energetic and modern. Thanks to being competitive as sister and brother we are 5000 times more creative. We’ve loved photography since we can remember but recently our passion has been growing rapidly and constantly. We freak out on being photojournalists presenting unique moments, we fancy studio and outdoor portraiture and really adore challenges. We always work as a team, all around the world.

The image was shot in Paris, France. We traveled across the Europe to take pictures in the couple’s beloved city and right before the departure Bride asked us if we know the exact location of that particular wall. We said: “yes!”

They were expecting us to take some standard, posed portraits, but wanted to breathe life into the shot, so we asked them to jump in the most crazy way they could. They have liked the idea. He started acting like a vulture and she was pretending to be a choreographer of Rollings Stones…or the other way round ;)

Most of the time we work with portable studio flashes and almost every picture we take is lit with off camera flash. It was different that time, as we run out of flash batteries. We had to continue with camera only. We used Nikon D700 and 70-200 f/2.8 VRII at around 100mm, f/2.8, 1/400 s., ISO 200. The goal was to maintain the DOF, avoid noise and freeze motion at the same time. No post production was involved apart from distortion and vignette corrections as well as white balance fine adjustments. Technically it was the most simple picture we have ever taken!

Image By Leonard Walpot

Leonard Walpot

I'm a full time photographer since 2013. I fell in love with photography when I was a student (I did manage to get a bachelors degree in Dutch Language and Cultures), but never tho

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Image By Ben Yew

Ben Yew

The idea behind this shot is to create a beautiful and romantic moment for the couple with soft pastel colours and to make it look almost painterly. The light blue in this shot

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Image By Frankie Costa

Frankie Costa

Elected by Canon as one of the top 50 wedding photographers in the world in 2014, Frankie began his career in the 80s as a photographic assistant. In his 28 year career he has work

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