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Posted on Wednesday, January 9, 2013 at 12:16PM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge in , , , , , , , | Comments2 Comments | References13 References

Here we go again. 6 more images and some thoughts about them. Client Bennett Communication for Utah Valley Bride magazine 2013.  

People often talk about posed vs unposed. If you watch a movie every single shot is (posed). Try to think of creating situation, here is a simple one, dancing. The good thing about controlled posing is we can make sure they look good and have good light. It is very rare to see well lit flattering angels on the couple from 100% candid shots. So maybe try to think movie?

I love old cameras, this on is a Bushman 4x5 that was given to me back in the 80's by a retired Accociated Press photographer. It's the camera you see on top of my head in my FB, branding head shots. If the camera could speak I'm sure it has seen a lot. BTW I love Jimmy Choo shoes.

Even the little Yo-Yo makes him get a natural body pose. She is busy trying to look though her glasses and be cool :-)

People really free them self up if they can put on sun glasses, masks and so forth, they are suddenly way less shy.

I like the closeness of their heads but still have a little space rather then smooching them together. and have parts of their faces covering one another.

I often joke about the groom being a prop in the brides pictures, here he is :-)

PS. I will post the last 6 images in 2 days, thanks for stopping by.

 

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These images are very creative and fun, Kenneth. Love the props, especially the polaroid camera. I'll bet the models had fun too. Great job1

January 9, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterIndiana Photographer

Thanks for the comment,and yes they did have fun, I always try to make them feel they are the champs and they become their very best. The groom told me several times that it was his most fun shoot ever :-) It still amaze me to look at the images and know that this 2 people met for the first time for this shoot. What great interacting between them.

January 9, 2013 | Registered Commenterkennethlinge

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