I typically use my 50mm and 24mm for a majority of a wedding day, but I always pack a 70-200 in the bag, just in case. I'm glad I did! Being able to punch in super tight without disturbing the moment allowed us to capture the father of the bride's single tear as he saw his daughter in her wedding dress for the first time.
Before the ceremony, the bride wanted to minimize the amount of time we spent outside, so we kept to inside the venue for most of the pre-ceremony photos. These were the sliding doors to the kitchen, behind them were carts of kitchen supplies and mop buckets. The doors were so interesting to my eye and I wanted to give the couple a break from all the normal cuddle photos. A tilt-shift lens added just the right amount of depth and drama to the scene!
One of my favorite weddings of the year, but definitely the hottest day. I wanted to minimize the amount of time I kept the couple inside, and the venue had strict rules about what I could adjust around the space. No worries! Opening the curtains on these ceiling-to-floor windows gave us some nice, soft, yet focused light.
Julia & Guillaume chose an old military convertible jeep as their vehicle for their magnificent wedding in the North Eastern French department "Haute-Marne" last summer. After the religious ceremony we took a drive in the surrounding country side to do some couple photos. As I sat in the back I realised their was a great opportunity for a wide angle shot. I used a 20mm prime lens, lifted it over my head and used a slower shutter speed to capture the movement as the couple looked at each other for a fleeting moment.