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Wedding Photographer Isreal. Miztalmim Photography shares a wedding photography technique.

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The idea with this shot was to capture the moment and the vibes of this wedding part. In Israel there are religious weddings and there are parties with a lot of "acrobatic" things going on and we love to capture those decisive moments.

We kept the ambiance and lightning in Lightroom and only enhanced the colors and the highlights.

We didn't want to trigger a flash in this shot in order to achieve as much ambient light as we could. In order to freeze the object without triggering the flash we needed a shutter speed fast enough but still not too fast so we didn't get enough light. The canon 1DX gave us a decent usable ISO even at 6400 so we could still take the shot on F/4 to achieve nice focus in our depth of field.

The shot was taken with:

Canon 1Dx
Canon 17-40 L
Focal length :17 mm
F:4.0
Exposure time 1/320
Iso:6400
No flash fired





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