My thanks go to Liam Ramsell of Irish Eyes for hosting today’s shooting weddings seminar in Cork. Here are a few of my pictures straight from Lightroom.
This spectacular signature shot makes the most of an overcast day and caused quite a stir among delegates. Shots like this are very repeatable when you have the know how.
Taken on my Canon 5D, with a 580 EX2 flash and a STE2 transmitter. The flash was zoomed in and set to create the slash of light. -2 stops of exposure compensation were dialed in to create the dramatic look.
Shot through a glazed door covered in fingerprints. Yes it really is this milky on purpose.
A beautiful bride in a dark space. This shot was transformed with a lot of exposure compensation.
Tight crops using a 70-200mm lens rarely disappoint with a bride this stunning. I was obviously shooting 'looking down' pictures today.
Photography by remote control... I took this picture of todays delegates with Liam our host and our models with my Canon 5D camera mounted on a monopod. I held the monopod high over my head and triggered the shutter using the self timer method.