Happily Ever After Photo Contest
Meet the Master Judge
Sara Montalbano
A professional portrait photographer for more than 14 years, Sara plays a key role in the visual narration of numerous international companies. Passionate about fashion and portraiture, she believes in the power of authenticity, simplicity and kindness. Sara is known for natural, ethereal, timeless images with a sensible and elegant touch. Her work has been published in Elle Spose Italia, White Spose, Together Journal, 100 Layer Cakes, Photovogue. She’s currently based in Italy and in London, Uk and – as a passionate traveller – she regularly travels for assignments around the globe.
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The Brief

We invite you to submit images that capture the emotions, beauty, and uniqueness of weddings. Wedding photography is a broad genre that can encompass a variety of styles and approaches, from traditional and classic to candid and creative. Some examples of the types of photos that we are looking for include stunning portraits of the bride and groom, candid shots of the wedding party and guests, emotional moments during the ceremony, beautiful details such as the rings, flowers, and decor, and creative and artistic shots that capture the essence of the wedding day.

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Do You Have The Right Lens?

When it comes to wedding photography, having the right lenses can make a huge difference in the quality of the final images. Here are three lenses that are commonly used by wedding photographers:

24-70mm f/2.8: This lens is a versatile workhorse and a favorite of many wedding photographers. With its wide zoom range and fast maximum aperture, it can be used for everything from wide-angle shots of the ceremony to portraits of the wedding party. Its fast aperture also allows for great low-light performance.

70-200mm f/2.8: This lens is perfect for capturing candid shots from a distance. It is often used during the ceremony and reception to capture intimate moments without being intrusive. Its fast aperture and telephoto reach allow for beautiful bokeh and shallow depth of field.

50mm f/1.4: This lens is a favorite for portraits and low-light situations. Its wide aperture allows for a beautiful shallow depth of field and great bokeh. It is a great choice for capturing intimate moments between the bride and groom or during the reception.

Of course, there are many other lenses that can be used for wedding photography, but these three are a great starting point for any photographer looking to build their wedding photography kit.

Here's How It Works
What photos should I share in this contest?
Share your best wedding shots
When is the last day to participate?
What is the total value of the prize?
The total prize value is 800 plus the bragging rights. Prizes are delivered through Amazon and cash prizes are sent via Paypal.l
How many submissions are there in the contest?
There are 2,255 submissions.
What happens with the ownership of the photo I share in the contest?
You always maintain all the rights to your photos. By entering the contest you accept VIEWBUG's terms of use. AI generated images are not elegible to win.
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