Walk Through a Wedding is a yearlong video series on wedding photography, in which we follow Justin & Mary Marantz as they set out to capture a young couple’s most special day.
The series consists of 20 videos. Each video reveals the story and the lighting setup behind a certain image. In the seventeenth episode, Justin & Mary talk about how they photograph the Hora.
“I really love that first moment when the bride sits down, and all the sudden the four groomsmen grab that chair, and that first second, as she is lifting of the ground.”, says Justin.
For this shoot, Justin & Mary were both shooting at the same time. They set up two B1 Off-Camera Flashes in each corner and were able to cover different angles. “If you think about it, there are actually two sets of 90 degrees, and two sets of 120 degrees at any time”, says Mary.
One of the B1 Off-Camera Flashes was equipped with an Umbrella Shallow White M and the second B1 was equipped with a 1,3×2 RFi Softbox attached to a speedring. Last but not least, they used the Air Remote TTL-C for wirelessly controll.
For more details of the shoot, make sure to watch the video.
Previous episodes of Walk Through a Wedding can be found here. The next video will be released on November 17.