Dr & Mrs B
Suby In the House
Update 07:00hrs - Please have a look at an original shot showing the background of the scene for the 2nd shot here http://suby.shutterchance.com/photoblog/6526.htm
Okay guys, it's the wedding session and I think it's right for me to post up a few wedding images.
What does one expect from a wedding or shoot covered by the Subster?
Firstly lots of fun, then it's all to capturing that special moment or day the only way the Subster can, in his own special way.
This post is for Barbara - barbiek , as a response to my comments on her blog that "before any snap, one should think about composition, lighting, what you are trying to capture, why you are trying to capture, what the finished result is going to look like, if any enhancing needed for the shot, what will it be? What sort of emotions you want to bring out or convey from/to the viewers", to which she asked me yesterday "do you think about ALL those things before every shot you take?"
To which my answer was YES. Here are 2 shots taken exactly with me bearing that philosophy in mind. I knew what the end result should be like when shootIng these 2 shots AND so I made sure I used all the variables I could not control to make the shots work.
Shot 1 - was blocked just as I was about to capture this shot, instead of deciding to take a few steps to the side (and risk loosing capturing the moment), decided to incorporate that person into the shot thereby only showcasing the upper parts of the couple & concentrating on the fact they are smiling in opposite directions.
Shot 2 - I wanted to capture the couple and BIG Ben only, but the front of BIG Ben had been cordoned off so the only place we could physically take the shots was where we where stood, I had the building in the shot (and about 100 gawking tourists and passerby), what to do? Think quick & fast and decide, how can I use the "ugly building" backdrop in the shot and what angle would work?
Sinem & I have learned a lot from blogging on shutterchance.com
and hopefully with each passing day, with the help of helpful HONEST
comments from my viewers/visitors, we are becoming better "prosumers". Thank you guys for all your comments. Please always do comments no matter if it's a positive, negative, constructive, destructive or whatever comment,
the Subster loves
to read your thoughts on his work.
Mr & Mrs B
I need to say a huge Happy Married Life to the most beautiful fun loving couple out there, it was really a blast capturing your special day, I hope and pray I do you justice with my "little snaps".
Words and photography by Suby
"Ars longa, vita brevis"