A flash-based wedding can be done in seconds.
But the bride and groom will need a little help.
In this video tutorial, we’ll walk you through a simple step-by-step process to get the look and feel of a flash wedding.
We’ll walk through the steps of creating the look of a wedding with some of our favourite weddings and weddings from around the world.
In this case, we’re looking at one from the British countryside.
The stepsThe wedding can take place anywhere between 1am to 5pm in a sunny location.
Here’s how you can shoot it in a blink.
Select the location.
Create a ‘quick’ setting for your location.
For our example, we want the location to be on a hill in a wooded area, in an area that’s well-lit.
Set the focal length of your flash to be around 2 seconds.
Select your focal length and choose the right camera to be used.
Set your flash distance from the camera to about 1 meter.
Once the wedding is in place, take a look around the location and decide on a way of decorating the place.
Create some flowers, some candles and a couple of small tables for your guests to sit at.
Finish by putting the flash in the rear of your camera.
We’ll get into the details of setting it up later.
Once you’re happy with the final look, the bride will be able to enjoy a flash ceremony without having to spend much time in the background.