On a trip from the church to the reception, the couple asked if they could stop and get some pictures in the town center. We had the whole bridal party out in a drizzly fall day and they were having a blast. I put some plastic bags over my lights, and set them and started shooting. I was posing them from the prone position about 20 feet away. I was shooting up into the fall leaves, at 200mm, f2.8 and I was laying on the street curb to get the shot. The light behind me must have turned green, and as the cars were passing the drivers were honking, and this is the expression I got. It was so epic, and they were so perfect. This is easily my favorite wedding image to date, and it's all because they let their personality and excitement shine through! Sony a9 - 70-200 GM @ 200mm f2.8. lit with two godox ad200's
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Man that is subject isolation.
It's amazing capture, which i credit to the couple for just being awesome. Glad i was setup in time to take the shot. Of course, being willing to lay down on the street curb to shoot at 200mm f2.8 seems like it paid off too.