“Guests knew the newlyweds would make a suitable entrance,” says UK wedding photographer Paulo Santos. “They had a fully choreographed dance routine planned, and the fun entrance was only the start. I wanted to capture the very first images to include movement, emphasizing the lively mood with a drag and blur effect.”
Santos used on-camera flash to “freeze facial expressions and stance while a slow shutter speed allowed me to drag and blur out their surroundings.” The image, Santos adds, didn’t benefit from color, so he went black and white.
(Photographed with a Nikon D750 and Nikon 24-70mm lens at f/3.2 at 1/40 of a second and an on-camera speed light.
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