Wedding Photographer Monza,Italy. Eugenio Luti shares a wedding photography technique.

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Eugenio Luti was born in Milan in 1981. After taking his artistic high school degree, he graduated in photography in 2004 at the European Institute of Design in Milan. In the same year he began to realize his weakness, working for the photojournalism agency LaPresse, becoming a professional photographer.

Attracted by the world of fashion and supported by one of the most famous Italian photographers, Sergio Caminata. During this collaboration, which lasted 5 years, Eugenio has had the opportunity to work with brands such as Armani, Valentino, Tod's, Converse and many others, as well as fashion magazines from all over the world.

At the same time he had the opportunity to spend a few months in New York, where he discovered wedding reportage, getting in touch with the style and images of American photojournalism. What makes his images unique is his ability to accompany the report, which is the basis of his philosophy. Capturing each moment in all it's elegance utilising the reportage style and all it's elegance.

During his carrier he has acquired strong knowledge and technical skills which helped him open his own studio in 2009 in Milan: eoswedding Studio.

For me this shot is the final moments of the makeup preparations and just a moments before putting on the dress. This shot helps to ease the tension by making it an image of pure aesthetics.

When I saw light and shadows coming from the window, I realized the shot in my mind, thinking that it was a good idea to present the moment in this way, giving relevance to last moments of the make-up preparations by enhancing the silhouette. The reportage style requires a photographer to catch every relevant moment of the day and to always be prepared. I always move around the room looking through the camera checking the best angle to enhance the situation and the expressions of the bride or groom.

To realize this photo I focused my attention on the bride, setting a shorter exposure in order to lose the details in the shadows that the light created on the face. The post production is a relevant step to achieve this result. It helped to fully express the shot that I had in my mind by enhancing the colour and the atmosphere.

The shot was back lit and taken with a Canon 5d Mark III, 1/2500 1.4 ISO 100, 50 f1.4

I love this shot because for me it captured all the tension of the bride before putting on the dress

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