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Wedding with K20,K200, and K-x
Posted By: montman, 09-03-2010, 12:15 PM

A really fun couple at a very interesting, beautiful venue.
All shots taken by my wife and I.
Gear used
Pentax K20D
Pentax K200D
Pentax K-X
Sigma 18-50
Sigma 30 1.4 (My main lens)
Pentax 43 1.9 (My Wife’s main lens)
Pentax 70 2.4
Pentax 50-135
Pentax 100 2.8






































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09-08-2010, 01:08 PM   #16
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Good series mate. Yep, #1 is a fine one.
Pleasant PP work and portraiture.

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Wow ... what a special series.
I really love the composition you and your wife have used.
It's different from what i have seen everywhere else.
Really excellent work here.
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Oh man these are great! Cute couple too
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Number 10 is really good, really attention grabbing. The whole series is nicely executed, well done!

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I have to believe the bride and groom were extremely happy with the results. Well done. JIMBO
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Such a great series of photos. Your clients must be very happy with them!
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Really awesome photos you did a great job
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These look great to me. My daughter is getting married in about a month and I hope the photographer is even half as good as you.

Jer

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my favorite is the reflection off the table/piano and the overhead shot of the bride!
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Thanks again everyone!
Sailor- Your too much
hockmasm- Reflection shot, my wife took with the 30 1.4 on a k-x
Overhead shot taken with the DA 70 2.4 on k200d (tried to sell this lens a few months back, really glad no one bought it.)
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Great series!

I am planning to shot at my friend's wedding next week.
I don't have any experience though. Mostly shooting bugs, flowers, architectures

I see our gears are alike.
I will be much happy if I hear your lens selection recommendations.
I think working space will be tighter then of those seen in shots.
I have a K20D and maybe borrow another K20D.
So 3 lenses will be selected, I guess?
Shots like I'd like to take are #1, 5, 8, 9, 14, 19.

You can see my gear at the sign.
Should I risk manual focus with Nokton , or just stick to the DA70?

Thanks advance.
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Apemen- I see this is your gear
DA 10-17mm fisheye
DA 15mm Limited, DA 21mm Limited, DA 40mm Limited, DA 70mm Limited
DFA 100mm f2.8 Macro WR, DA* 200mm
Sigma 30mm F/1.4, Voigtländer Nokton 58mm f/1.4 SLII

First off- Beg, barrow, steal just make sure you have a second body.
It really depends on your style. When it comes to lens selection.
I typically don't use flash but thats me.
I typically usually have one body on my shoulder (70) and one in my hand (30) and I also have a little shoot sac type bag with extra lenses, batteries, memory.
If it was me with your gear...
One body with a Sigma 30 1.4 and one with a DA70 and the 15mm in my pocket.
The DA* 200m could be a great lens for the ceremony.
If it is a really tight venue like you said I might switch it up to the
DA15 on one body and the Sigma 30 1.4 on another. But again it just depends on your style.
Good Luck!
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Thank you very very much
It really helped.
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What others said, excellent images, for me something to look up to, trying to learn!
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just stunning.
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