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Unusual Bridesmaid...

By Badger
Having a dabble with wedding photography, I assisted a friend on a wedding last November. The wedding was at Lindisfarne Castle, so had some stunning scenery.

This shot was a grab shot, taken as we were leaving the ramparts. The guest picked up the Bride's train as she headed out of the wind, back indoors.

Flash was used at -1 stop to fill in detail without blowing it out.

ISO 50 - 1/200 @ f5.6

Tags: Flowers Wedding Fashion Wedding and social Bride Kilt Portraits and people Flash and lighting Lindisfarne castle

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MrsS 14 4.5k 18 England
31 Mar 2008 11:45PM
Super candid Smile

How's my fav S.O.N. doing??? Wink

M.U.M. x
stevieb 17 3.0k 2 Panama
2 Apr 2008 12:39AM
Shame you missed both of those very expensive shoes. Kept all the detail in the dress. Well done.
BigCol 20 1.8k 1 Scotland
3 Apr 2008 3:14PM
Yes I remember this was going on the day I left and headed south.
Lovely detail in the dress, nicely done.
SKavanagh 13 312 5 England
8 Apr 2008 9:51PM
Excellent shot
WelshKiwi 13 3.2k 2 Wales
10 Apr 2008 8:39PM
Lovely capture.

Lee Smile
ade_mcfade 17 15.2k 216 England
16 Apr 2008 2:08PM
no rain?

lucky sods!


flash has made a good job of lifting the dress out of the gloomy day - looks very nice.
stevekhart 15 4.5k 3 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2008 6:43PM
Nice presentation.
Moj_o 13 10 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2008 10:44PM
Lovely Smile

Richsr 14 91 223 England
26 Apr 2008 6:21PM
Well captured - like the detail that the flash has pick up.
Regards Richard.
Lou_C 14 755 2 England
2 May 2008 11:03PM
I like the shot, but one of my pet hates is missing feet or hands, so I would have like to have seen the entire foot in the shot, and I'm not overly keen on the framing, but I think frames are a very personal thing Smile
photophantom 13 108 3 Philippines
9 Mar 2009 8:12PM

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