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It usually takes us 10 hours to complete a wedding coverage.
Of that 10 hrs, 2 mins is used to set up a shot like what you see here.
5 mins to get the lights up and in sync. A fraction of a second to photograph the actual image itself.
And many more “behind the scene” hours to perfect the image in our digital darkroom (in this case approx. 3 hours) to achieve the finished product.
For those who you who are still skeptical about spending your hard earned money on top drawer professional photographers for the biggest day of your life. Think again.
The above, are before and after images to demonstrate what I was talking about. Leftmost image being the RAW file while the rightmost is the finished stylized version.
A not so often covered location of Paris. The futuristic looking world at La Defense, in stark contrast to the romantic streets of old Paris. Thanks so much to the adventurous couple, Ryan and Jessie for bearing the cold with us to get these wonderful alternative images. We almost freezed our asses off so I made pretty damn sure the images turned out great.
Also special mention goes out to Sweet Affinity Bridal for loaning us the beautiful gown for this particular photo shoot.
Click to enlarge the image and view in it’s full glory.