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Wedding Photographer New Delhi, India. Subinoy Das 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 am a visualizer. To me, marriages are made in heaven and weddings are made of a number of interconnected elements that weave the dreams of the bride & the groom. Every wedding is special and comprise of those thousands of unintended happy moments, which are not worth lost in time.

I understand, every wedding is the most precious moment for every couple for their rest of their life. So, all my efforts are concentrated in giving the bride & the groom the best moments of their life in my visualized frames without any chance of missing any memorable moment of their wedding day.

In the very beginning of my photography career itself, I have been fortunate enough to get featured in some reputed Indian magazines and international websites like Vogue Italy, Shubh Yatra [Air India Inflight Magazine], morfolio.com, 121clicks, fubiz.com etc. Even some of my architectural shoots have been picked up by Getty Images. I don't want to confine myself within the boundaries of particular genre, and that's why I plan to explore many other fields and aspects of photography in near future. I like the elements of surprise and that's what I want to offer to my viewer as well.

Story behind the shot: I was invited to the City of Lakes (Bhopal, India) by this beautiful couple after one year of their happy marriage to click some of their Post Wedding shoot. I was shooting some photos of them near the lake in an island & eventually I was waiting to frame a visual of the couples in the flare of the setting sun. I lied down on the grass and the couples were posed at a distant position a little higher than my own position. I waited for a long time for the right angle of the sun & the flare. My eyes caught the right position for this flare through the green grass and Bingo!! This is a frame captured in nature itself and no artificial circumstances were created for this frame and it is the one of the most beautiful frame I have created till now.

Five Continious clicks at different exposures has been taken for this image. I used High Definition Range and enhanced the Sun flare through layer blending & played with brightness and contrast to get this beautiful drama in this frame.

Gear I have used: Canon 5D III, 17-40 mm
Software: Photoshop CS5, Photo Matrix
Exif Details: f/8.0, 17mm, ISO 250, Manual focus, exposure +3,+2,0,-2,-3 Flash not fired.





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