"Somewhere in Time"
©David A. Ziser
I get quite a few requests from my DPT readers asking me about my favorite wedding images. Do I have a Top 10 list of my top all time images. On Thursday of this week, I’m planning to review a few of those images with you. This is one of those images.
It was taken a number of years ago in Rochester, New York. I remember I captured the image in one of the city’s government buildings. It was approximately 10 minutes after 12:00 noon and nearly all the civil servants had left the building on their lunch break – we practically had the building to ourselves. The location was almost Romanesque with all its beautiful arches and columns. What a great place for a wedding photograph!
I went up to the forth level asking the couple to stay on the second level. Compositionally, I think the image is just striking. I’ll talk more about how the image came together on Thursday.
Camera specs: Hasselblad 500 CM fitted with 40mm Distagon lens, F8.0 @ 1/500 second, Vericolor 400 speed film. Enjoy! -David