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Loving the unusual angle, visible face and still natural pose.

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Infinite Love



A just married couple enjoying a moment of love.

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Won Contest Finalist in Creative Wedding Shots Photo ContestSeptember, 2018
Won Contest Finalist in We Love Weddings Photo ContestSeptember, 2017
Won Contest Finalist in justlove Photo ContestMarch, 2017
Won FeaturedAugust, 2016
Won Contest Finalist in From Above Photo ContestJune, 2016

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Behind The Lens

Location
This one I did in a hotel in the city of Rio Verde - GO - Brasil. They have this stairway and I asked the couple to do the posing under it, and went up to shoot.
Time
It was nearly the 11 pm. It was a short session after the religious ceremony. The entire shooting took me about 1 hour.
Lighting
I was really ancious to do this! Had imagined it a lot of times with many couples, but hadn't the time neither the place. When we went there, I knew exactly what I wanted. So I put one Canon EX 580 in the back, under the stair, and another EX 430 in the left-front of the couple, for a soft light. I loved it.
Equipment
A Canon 5D mk II, a Canon 24-70mm 2.8 (at 70mm 2.8), 2 speedlights trigged by radio, and an assistent!
Inspiration
First: love. I wanted to show how love can be big, so I thought to show it from above, higher like is to be in love. Second: location. Third: Couple.
Editing
Yes, I did Lightroom for BW conversion and lighting correction, and Photoshop to clone a side of the stairway to complete the "infinite circle".
In my camera bag
To do a wedding, normally I go with my 2 Canon 5D mk II, a 50mm 1.4, the 24-70mm 2.8, a spare 50mm 1.8, now 2 Canon 600EX-RT, a lot of cards, spare batteries, some neat stuff (plastic bags, rubbers, flashlight, and other usefull stuff). And love. Lots of it!
Feedback
Have a really willing couple, a nice stairway and a good lighting setup. The posing need some adjustments to show all the hands, and more of the bride's face.

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