Bride & Groom Photo Session

Posted by Yonatan (New York, United States) on 17 June 2010 in People & Portrait.

The great thing about not being the real the photographer is that I could do whatever I wanted and I didn't have any of the stress that goes along with the paid job. I will give this photographer credit because she was quite busy organizing everything before a shot.


I tried not to repeat exactly what the photographer was doing and instead I worked to capture different angles and focus on different things. Sometimes this meant shooting from the side (like in this picture) while other times it meant slapping my telephoto on the camera and capturing a detail.


In this shot I knew that the photographer was using a standard lens and I decided to go with my macro to utilize it's DOF. In retrospect I wish I had blurred the groom a bit more, but I think the shot works and overall I'm quite happy with it.

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Thank you for taking some time to take a look at my photographs. I hope you enjoy your stop at my blog.


I invite you all to visit frequently and leave comments and feedback. I would really appreciate constructive criticism that will help me improve. You don't need to be a photographer to help me, tell me what you like and don't like. If you have any suggestions of interesting things to shoot or fun techniques to try I'd also love to know.


Best wishes,

Yonatan

Olympus E-510
1/125 second
F/4.5
ISO 400
50 mm

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