The First Dance

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© Daniel Harvell
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UploadedSeptember 22, 2009
TakenSeptember 13, 2009
ModelCanon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure1/40 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length15 mm
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The first dance shared by the newlyweds.

9 responses

  • David Ramirez

    David Ramirez gave props (22 Sep 2009):

    So romantic, and so interesting lighting idea !

  • Daniel Harvell

    Daniel Harvell said (22 Sep 2009):

    Thanks, David. This was one of those lucky grabs. The lighting was already set up before the reception started. During the first dance of the Bride and Groom, they danced their way right into the gazebo. Luck would have it that I had my fisheye on the ready. What resulted was this photo. :)

  • Lizzie King

    Lizzie King gave props (22 Sep 2009):

    so cool!! did you use fisheye?? it did very nicely...normally i'm not a big fan of fisheye but here...its great!!

  • Lizzie King

    Lizzie King gave props (22 Sep 2009):

    oops well i just read that it IS fisheye =P

  • Daniel Harvell

    Daniel Harvell said (22 Sep 2009):

    Thanks, Lizzie! Normally, I'm not a huge fan of the fisheye, myself. But, on a whim, I purchased one on the theory that, if used correctly (meaning, not OVER used), the fisheye could actually add a new dimension to my photography. This dance was a good opportunity to test my theory. I decided that I love the fisheye, afterall! :) Just as long as it is used in moderation in a context that makes sense.

  • Angel Foice

    Angel Foice gave props (22 Sep 2009):


  • Daniel Harvell

    Daniel Harvell said (22 Sep 2009):

    Thanks, Angel!

  • Michele Wambaugh

    Michele Wambaugh (Deleted) said (9 May 2012):

    Totally FAB! my vote

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (21 May 2015):

    Oh YEAH! Rad!

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