This album spread includes three portraits of the bride taken on her Roma's Hospitality Centre wedding day day. The image on the left portrays the beautiful bride looking at her bouquet. The veil is covering her face, which gives this image a soft look. As an additional element of composition, I always told the veil in such ways to create leading lines towards the brides eyes. The bride is looking down towards her bouquet and we cannot see her eyes, which increases the mystery in this image.
The second shot is a variation of the first image, but here, the bride looks directly to the camera. To add an element of interest, I raised the veil so that it covers one of the bride's eyes. In the first two images of the wedding album spread I employed a technique called the Dutch tilt. By rotating the camera towards the right, I managed to place the subject along the sinister diagonal in the frame. That gives the image dynamism and makes it flow.
The last image on the spread has a bigger weight. It showcases a profile portrait of the bride and emphasizes her flawless features. What adds to the beauty of this photograph is the tattoo on the bride's left shoulder.
All three images were photographed using a shallow depth of field with a focus point placed on the brides eyes. That gives a soft look to the images and gives them an a dreamy feel. To create this album spread I used a can of 85mm 1.2 lens mounted on a 5D Mark III camera.
Location: 5980 Shawson Dr, Mississauga, ON L4W 3Z6.