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Wedding Photographer Tuscany, Italy. Thomas Harris shares a wedding photography technique.

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I am an Italian wedding photographer and I only mention that as my name is a little deceiving.

With my shots I try to express the love of the couple whilst working in a way true to myself. At the moment I shot this picture we were moving from the church towards the reception location and I thought that this old road into the Tuscany countryside, with a vintage car, very close to their home, could be my personal wish for them.

Signifying a nice trip for the rest of your life!

I used an old Nikon D70 modified for infrared photography because I would like to give this image a dream like atmosphere. I was driving my car behind them and I shot this with my arm hanging outside the window.

I shot with Tokina 11/16 F 2.8, 1/80, F9 because I wanted to capture the movement but also have a clear picture with the all the beautiful details.





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Joel Rossi

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Image By Nordica Photography

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Image By Rich Janniello

Rich Janniello

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