In this case, he was able to photograph some cool configurations from Agate’s bridal gown. “Their first dance was a quick tempo, upbeat song and I noticed that the bride’s flowing dress was making some great shapes as she moved around the dance floor,” Pennington explains, “so I decided to concentrate for a few frames on the bottom of her dress, partly to capture the movement, but also because I like to take risks and get something unique.”
The shape that he managed to get, he adds, “conveys the elegance of Agate and her dress, and I love the almost smoky effect of the flowing material, as well as the harsh contrast between the areas of shadow and light. I have to be honest and say I got lucky with the flower but that was the reward for going outside my comfort zone!”
Photographed with a Nikon D750 and 35mm f/1.8 lens using off-camera flash. (View more of Pennington’s wedding images in the gallery above.)
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