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Wedding Photographer Brazil. Gustavo Vanassi shares a wedding photography technique.

At Wedding Photography Select, we don't just want to show you the best images from the best wedding photographers around the world. We want to tell you a little story behind them as well. The idea, the execution, the result. As this section grows, we want to give you an in depth description of each of the shots taken by some of the very best wedding photographers. We hope it proves to be inspiring and insightful.

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I love telling good stories and chose the camera to be my typewriter. I grew up in a family of photographers and learned from my parents that taking pictures of people is fun, and that love always creates the best story lines, so I chose to tell stories of couples and weddings.

When I did this picture, the couple was concerned about the rain that was coming and asked me to leave the place, but I remembered a picture that I saw with counter lights behind a waterfall, so I told them about that beautiful light effect. As our session was going to end, the bride liked the idea and agreed with some rain shots.

So, I took my assistant and put him behind the couple with a slave flash. The rain began to fall very fast and strong and we only had time to make a few clicks. I put my flash in ETTL, raised two stops, and did four pics. This is the second one. A perfect moment, with a beautiful smile and so much complicity by the couple.

That day, we finished the session soaked, but very happy with the result. :)





Image By David Stubbs

David Stubbs

The photo was taken in the Castlefield area of Manchster in October 2014. The area is famous for it's cobbled streets, huge viaducts and quirky industrial spaces. It's quite common

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Image By Jamie Bott

Jamie Bott

I shot this image several years ago at the Rich Mix Cultural Foundation in Bethnal Green,East London during the couples first dance using a Canon 5D MKII, a Canon 15mm Fisheye Lens

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Image By Jennifer Moher

Jennifer Moher

I am usually outspoken and energetic and I love weddings. I love that each one is completely different from the next. My goal is to capture events as they unfold, real moments and

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