Sunday, May 2, 2010


View from below the alterWe've used a remote camera in the past to photograph unique angles of a wedding; typically we hoist our camera with a remote trigger and ultra wide angle lens on a very long pole about 15 - 20 feet in the air. This time we placed the camera low and hid the camera below the altar. From this angle we were able to photograph our bride/groom Austin and Candice just at the peak moment as they were exchanging their rings. What I really like about this photograph is the framing by the deacon on the right and the priest on the left, their white robes almost look like columns framing the bride and groom and isolating them from the rest of the room. In the second photo you can see where we hid the camera just below the altar.Location of hidden camera

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