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Swikar Patel - The Journal Gazette
Julie Reynolds sits on the edge of the sofa glued to the television during the royal wedding Friday morning in a Fort Wayne home.

Royal Wedding Party

Camera: NIKON D3S

Shutter: 1/60 s

Aperture: f/4

Exposure Setting: Manual (Center-Weighted Average)

ISO: 1000

Strobe Flash: Off-Camera Flash

Lens Focal Length: 27 mm

White Balance: Auto

Shooter's Comments: I woke up at 3:30 a.m. to cover a royal wedding party this morning at the Harrah's residence in Fort Wayne. Everyone who attended was into the wedding, and I had no idea this subculture even existed. When the sun was starting to come up, I noticed that Julie was on the edge of the sofa, glued to the television.

I had two speedlights set up, pointed toward the wall with CTO gels on the window side of the room to simulate daylight and also throw some light underneath the hats they were wearing, so I could see their faces. The color balance of the flashes turned the outside view a nice deep blue to really give it that early morning feel.

- Swikar Patel, Photojournalist

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