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Wedding Photographer Brazil. Rafael Benevides shares a wedding photography technique.

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My name is Rafael Benevides and I am passionate about people and love working as a photographer as I find this combines my love of working with people and telling their stories through photography. I love working with natural light and all the possibilities it brings.

For this image I used the natural light and environment. It is the entrance of a shed, a corridor where all the walls are black and the light enters very softly. It's amazing how the light softens and makes the curves. I love the texture it creates and the mystery of the lighting and photo.

For this shot I used a Canon 5D MKII, 85mm 1.2 lens. There was only a small amount of treatment in Lightroom to enhance this shot and the obvious black and white conversion.





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Image By Daniel Chin - Traverse Photography

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Image By Martin Beddall

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