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Wedding Photographer Florence,Italy. Edoardo Agresti shares a wedding photography technique.

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I was shooting in a place close to the reception in the Four Season Hotel where the children was playing and having lots of fun with big bubbles. The bride and groom were called for dinner. I waited the moment you see in photo. I shot 10 pictures but just in one of them all the elements were balanced and in good harmony. The camera was 'in' a bubble (you see part of the shot is out of focus as the camera was practically in a bubble).

I used a Nikon D4 with 17-35 2.8 lens, no particular skills for taking the photo, just anticipating the shot. There is a double triangle one down and one up and the diagonals cross in the faces of the couple. There are none that is covered by each other.

My post production is very simple. I've converted the NEF (Nikon RAW) file to monochrome and I have increased, but just a bit, the contrast and the shape mask. The general tone is in low key. I wanted to give the sensation of a timeless moment. The couple has been enthusiastic about it, they did not believe they were IN a shot like that.





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Philip Stephenson

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Image By Samantha Pennini

Samantha Pennini

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Image By Jamie Bott

Jamie Bott

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