Same location as above, and almost the same lighting (except now I have two lights going on). I had already got some romantic shots, and some other “fun” shots.. so now it was time to get some more “styled” looking shots. I wanted a pose that had some “flow” to it. I absolutely can’t stand when “photographers” take “static” “flat” images of their clients. Because of this, it has become very easy for me to “shine through” with my work, as I take a very different approach to how I create my work. Here, I have them “leaning” into the camera to create a little “dynamic” and have posed each of them in a way that flatters them.
The tricky thing here in this shot was really the lighting. I don't ever use "flat" lighting for ANY shots, so this often means I need to force light from weird, or non practical directions. In this case this was a consideration because the light needed to come from the left, and this was covered with bushes. I had to use 1100 watts of power to PUSH light through the bushes, and on to them. So, that was tricky and not ideal at all, but it worked in the end.
Be sure to check out all of their wedding shots on my blog post here.
Location: 180 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134.