Wedding Photography by Steven Carter Hewson
Wedding photographer: Steven Carter Hewson
Photo Title: Close Encounters
Photo details: This picture was taken at the destination wedding of Maria and Andreas at Piccolo Paradiso in Italy. The wedding had one of the most incredible light shows I have ever seen at a wedding. It was seriously dark though and I resorted to manually focussing here as the 5Dmk2 absolutely refused to focus in this low light. Shot with the 24mm at 1/80s, f/1.4, 6400 iso.
About the photographer: My aim is simple; to provide the most unique and beautiful collection of photographs telling the story of your special day. Photographs that will last a lifetime and beyond.
Photographer Details: Steven Carter Hewson Wedding Photography
Image by docuwedding
Wedding photographer: Tony @docuwedding
Photo Title: Confetti
Photo details: I took this photo at Trystan and Emma's wedding in Wales last year. It was one of those dark November grey days but there was just enough light to catch this as they exited the church. It's quie a slow shutter speed because the light was fading and when one of Trystan's ushers emptied a whole box of confetti over his head I was lucky enought to get the shot. I always prefer a spontaneous confetti throwing moment rather than a staged image.
The shot is available light and processed in Silver FXPro
About the photographer: I am a documentary wedding photographer based in London and covering the whole of the UK and destinations abroad.
Photographer Details: docuwedding
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