A perfect scene for a wedding portrait. The photographer used the scene well - choosing to be a good distance from the subjects encompass the surroundings. The photo has great tonal qualities and the composition is flawless right down to the placement of the couple's head in a location that gives them separation from the background. Classic, timeless. The nice composition and repetition of the columns makes this image special. The photographer also was careful to put the couple's heads in front of the white column so they would not be cluttered by the background.
Good use of what light there was in this otherwise dark scene. The couple stand out well is this moody image. The sparse and directionally beautiful lighting gave this photo an unusual look. The couple look enveloped by the black surroundings. There is enough light to make them stand out.
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