Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Composing the Shot

As a wedding photographer. You constantly have to look for the shot. There's no such thing as taking a break and putting the camera down. I get too paranoid that at that very moment I rest my camera on the table something crazy or momentous happens and I miss my opportunity.

In this shot at Sicily and Nolan's wedding I noticed the priest sitting waiting before the ceremony. So I crept up behind him and snagged this shot. It's a peaceful photo and conveys a lot of emotion without showing any facial expressions.

Notice the hands are the focal point. And using the rule of 3rds I have the hands at the upper right cross section to give the photo more drama.

This was taken by Jason.

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