Loading...

Wedding Photographer Indonesia. Tito Rikardo 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.

Our Sponsors

Electric Hairdressing. London,Manchester,Reading,Brighton,Oxford,Liverpool,Edinburgh  
Image Processing.  Personalised Outsourcing for Professional Wedding Photographers  
Stick It On Unique DJ Alternative  



This image was the last shot of the day. It's taken in roof top one of the coolest apartment in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. You have to see the series of the image, awesome view there.

The idea is simple, just wanted to make silhouette image a bit different. For this image I used multiple exposure feature in Nikon D600. Multiple exposure is a technique in which the camera shutter is open more than once to expose the film/sensor multiple times, usually to different images.

I chose to use 2 (double) exposure only for this image, actually you can use more than 2 depends on your camera. For first exposure I asked my couple to stand face to face, nose to nose pose in front of a "not too white" wall. With setting f/3.5 , iso 500, 1/320. I tried make the silhouette in the clear shape by over exposed the background so I put nikon sb900 behind them facing the wall with 1/16 power to make sure it's gonna be super white background, and then I got good shape of the couple. I used 85mm Nikon lens by the way.

After the first image I went around the corner to see the city skyline of Kuala Lumpur and make the second image of a bokeh city light image with manual focus. I adjusted only the shutter speed from 1/320 to 1/100 to get the good exposure of the light bokeh. That's it :) the camera merge that two image into single image in camera.
I am in love with the image, so simple. It tells the "inner beauty" of love.





Image By Raimon Crescenti

Raimon Crescenti

This photograph was shot in a restaurant called La Dida. Sara & Alex were the gracious couple and this was one of the lasts shots of the day, after the meal and the entertainment.

view photography technique
Image By Jez Dickson

Jez Dickson

My clients were keen to get some outside stuff done at The Houses of Parliament where they had their drinks reception, however as much as its an iconic building etc, the outside sp

view photography technique
Image By Christo Nicolle

Christo Nicolle

This was just a couple on the dance floor lost in the music and each other. Things were moving fast, the music was great and the atmosphere was electric. I noticed them simply dan

view photography technique