This one, shot at the Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library in Delaware, required a neutral density filter, but Wilke only had a circular polarizer on hand. “I grabbed it knowing it would cut the light down, allowing me to slow the shutter speed even if I was all the way down at f/22,” she explains. “I usually find the sweet spot for motion is around 1/4 of a second, so I start there.”
With her camera on a tripod, Wilke told the couple to freeze as the bridal party fast-walked around them in a circle and, she suspects, thought Wilke was a little crazy for making this request. “Sometimes I have them move randomly, but I needed some space between them so I could get shots where I could see the couple. I like that you sort of have to search a bit with your eyes to see what is happening and find the couple.”
(Shot on a Canon 5D Mark IV with a black-and-white circular polarizer and Sigma 50mm Art lens at f/15, 1/5 of a sec. and ISO 125.)
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