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Ingleman Sep 19
Phenomenal image. Truly outstanding. Well done!
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philipdrispin Sep 20
This is a great image but I want to know how you got all of them to jump in unison, I've tried this with 4 or 5 and there is always one or two on the ground while the rest are in the air. Nicely done.
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timboten Sep 21
Love the concept and lighting
 
Hattie Sep 23
What a fortunate wedding party to have you as their photographer! Gotta share.
 
AmandaTQ Sep 23
Beautiful Photo❣️✨

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Jump for Joy



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Behind The Lens

Location
This image was taken in Oklahoma where we have the most beautiful skies and sunsets.
Time
I enjoy incorporating silhouettes into client galleries and take them often of my own children. This image was shot right at sunset.
Lighting
I love that it looks as if the sky is on fire in this image. Beautiful light can make an image more powerful while enhancing the overall feel. If I would have taken this image any later, I would have missed my opportunity to create something fun and different for my client.
Equipment
Nikon D700, 35mm f/1.4
Inspiration
I was confident that I got all of the important images and wanted to get creative before heading inside. I asked the wedding party if they would all jump as high as they could for a shot and they were all in. They were a fun wedding party and were happy to do it. I was impressed with the height of their jumps!
Editing
I straightened then added contrast and saturation.
In my camera bag
I'm a Nikon girl. I have a D700, D800, and a D850. My go to lenses are 14-24mm, 24mm tilt, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, 105mm, and 70-200.
Feedback
My advice would be to play around with silhouettes because they are neat and different yet simple to capture. I like to choose a hill or area that doesn't have anything behind my subject. I lay on my tummy and shoot up. I typically set my aperture anywhere between f/5 - f/11 depending on available light. I then meter off of the sky while making sure my shutter speed is fast enough to freeze the motion (if this is what I am going for). I will adjust my ISO accordingly after those steps. Silhouettes are great to capture after you have gotten all of the must-have shots taken care of. They are fun to end with and bring variety to a gallery.

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