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Posted By: SicKb0y, 03-03-2008, 09:34 AM

This was my first wedding...

K100d, FA31/77/43, DA10-17

It was a lot of fun, but sometimes it was really hard to manage the right exposure, because
of high contrast (b/w clothes and frontal sun light).


1. DA10-17 + tripod


2. FA77


3. FA77


4. FA77


5. DA10-17


6. FA31


7. FA43


8. FA31


9. hungry?


10.

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Very nice shots--Wish my first wedding had looked so good
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Great shots. If this is your first wedding you are going to do well. There is a debate over zooms vs primes for wedding work that goes back to the beginning of wedding photography. How did it work out for you shooting with primes?
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Beautiful, sharp, creative shots and I think you used DOF very effectively.

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You put that fisheye to good use, very creative ! The other shots are very good too, well done !
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QuoteOriginally posted by davemdsn Quote
Great shots. If this is your first wedding you are going to do well. There is a debate over zooms vs primes for wedding work that goes back to the beginning of wedding photography. How did it work out for you shooting with primes?
I used two bodies with FA31 and FA77 mounted, for me that worked very well. A zoom lens would be better, if you're new to photography and have no experience in using a fixed focal length, or if there is not enough space to move around.


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Beautiful, sharp, creative shots and I think you used DOF very effectively.

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Thanks!

QuoteOriginally posted by RBellavance Quote
You put that fisheye to good use, very creative ! The other shots are very good too, well done !
Thanks!

QuoteOriginally posted by kent vinyard Quote
Very nice shots--Wish my first wedding had looked so good
Thanks!
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I'm impressed.
Very, very well done!
I'd let you do my wedding....

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By the way did you manage to do all these without flash? Did you use any other lighting?

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There was no need for a flash, the sun was shining through the windows in front of the altar.
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Wow very nice! Rarely a wedding photographer uses multiple lenses, and that pays off at a 100%! And the shots are not very traditional, REALLY something to remember for them!
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