When you have a venue that's been used over and over and over and over again, how do you make it look different? One question we usually get when we have photography talks and discussions is how to make a common location look different. Simple: light it up.
In this photo, we used four Yongnuo 660 Speedlights; two of which, as backlights for the couple, and two, in one lightstand as the main light. All firing at full power, here's what we get. Look at the shadows that were formed at the roof! Look at the blue skies! Would you have imagined that this photo we made was during the rainy season, amidst 5 typhoons ravaging the Philippines? A peek of sunlight is all we needed.
Me and my beautiful fiancé took a brief couple of hours away from spending time with the family so that we could hike up to the top of one of my favorite places in the world — Taken with a Canon t5 Yongnuo 50mm f1.8 — Taken by @dirigocreations (me) at the top of Bear Mountain in Hartford Maine