On a bed off roses – wedding photography
I’m back from my travels trough Argentina and Brazil but before I’ll show you those photos I’ll have to start with the wedding photos of my sister, so the next few days it’s all wedding bells.
First of all let me start by thanking all of you for giving me all the info you came up with, it really helped my out a lot and make the day a huge success. I got nothing but positive feedback from everybody how saw them and that is manly thanks to you guys. Sure I’ve made some mistakes but I’m a first timer and I came only learn from them.
I’ll trey and tell a little bit about my experience that day with every photo I post.
Now this is something I came up with on my own. I took my sister’s and my brother-in-law’s rings and placed them on the bouquet. I read that it’s very important to place the ring of the bride on top of the ring of the groom with the diamantes facing my. Now I love macro photography so I was really in my element and I’m really pleased with the result. The big lesson here is to always bring your macro lens with you, you never know. It’s also great for portrait photography.
I shot this at f/4.0 so that the diamantes and part of the rose are all in focus and if you look really close you’ll see my reflection on my brother-in-law’s ring :-)
Camera: Canon EOS 5D MarkII
Exposure: sec (1/200 )
Aperture: f/ 4.0
Focal Length: 100 mm
ISO Speed: 400