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Wedding Photographer Santiago, Chile. Mariano Sfiligoy shares a wedding photography technique.

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Since I started to capture weddings, I realised that the hands of the bride and their expression were special hands... so I wanted to create a great photo capturing them.

At the moment of delivering the bouquet, I always take a photo of the street, very classic and after looking at these pictures I wanted to do something differnt this time and wanted a clean background, using speed within the image so there is some movement. The rest was a matter of waiting for the right moment.

The photo was processed after the LR5 with a White and Black contrast.

At the end all I wanted was to have a great photo of the hands.





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Samuele Ciaffoni Wedding Photography

I'm Samuele, Sam to my friends; class 1977, I've followed in my fathers footsteps. I grew up with rolls, lens and cameras in the little photography studio of my parents. 40 years

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Image By Alberto Sagrado

Alberto Sagrado

Our clients were professional dancers who wanted their bridal dance to be special, with spectacular photos and so we decided to get the best possible pictures. At every wedding, th

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Image By Arnau Dalmases

Arnau Dalmases

I usually work with a 35mm lens and also with a 85mm in two different camera bodies. I'm using Canon right know. I like to be close to my subjects and play with the information lay

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