This is a very favorite photo of mine for many reasons. I added an off-camera flash to the right of the bride. This created the gorgeous light, and is known in photography as Rembrandt lighting. This Dutch master from the 1600's is renowned as a master of light and shadow. I'm not at all comparing myself to Rembrandt. This style of lighting is called Rembrandt lighting when a small triangle of light is created on the subject's check, opposite the light source. This triangle of light should be positioned to the side and slightly below the nose. It's very dramatic. The fine detail in this wedding gown also stands out. What I also love about this image is the incredible floral display cascading down the stone fireplace in the Holly Hedge old barn. It's absolutely breathtaking, and I positioned the bride so she would be framed by the floral display.