Seattle Wedding Portrait | The Beauty of Ultra-Wide
There are certain rules to photography. Don't shoot portraits with wide-angle lenses, and don't shoot looking up at people are a couple of them. I love to break both of these rules. This portrait of Stephanie and Sean was taken on the Harbor Steps in Seattle. It is across the street from the art museum a few blocks from Pike Place Market. I shot it with an ultra-wide lens that stretched them to make them look taller and emphasize the height of the buildings.
This was taken with a Canon 6D with a 16-35mm lens at 16mm. The ISO was 200, f4.5 and 1/320.