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07-10-2019, 04:03 PM - 2 Likes   #16
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Very nice. Good website, that. I've oft used it.
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Wedding Photography is a job for professionals. Do some test shootings. Wish you good luck.
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Having shot over 60 weddings I can say you have a good kit. I shoot my first wedding with the K2000 and K100d. Let me tell you that the K3 makes my job much easier. My 17-50 f2.8 is my most used lens when doing weddings. It is versatile and fast. Just stay calm and remember than your back LCD lies to you. The photos will be alright. Attend the rehearsal if at all possible and rely on your knowledge of the flow of how weddings go to put yourself in the right place at the right time. Have fun!

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Having shot over 60 weddings I can say you have a good kit. I shoot my first wedding with the K2000 and K100d. Let me tell you that the K3 makes my job much easier. My 17-50 f2.8 is my most used lens when doing weddings. It is versatile and fast. Just stay calm and remember than your back LCD lies to you. The photos will be alright. Attend the rehearsal if at all possible and rely on your knowledge of the flow of how weddings go to put yourself in the right place at the right time. Have fun!
Thank you, sir! I will definitely be using my 17-50 f/2.8 the majority of the time.
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Having shot over 60 weddings I can say you have a good kit. I shoot my first wedding with the K2000 and K100d. Let me tell you that the K3 makes my job much easier. My 17-50 f2.8 is my most used lens when doing weddings. It is versatile and fast. Just stay calm and remember than your back LCD lies to you. The photos will be alright. Attend the rehearsal if at all possible and rely on your knowledge of the flow of how weddings go to put yourself in the right place at the right time. Have fun!
My last wedding, shot 25 years after the previous one and my first with digital, I made some serious changes after the rehearsal. The rehearsal was absolutely indispensable in having the right gear for the big day.
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The wedding came off very well. Here are a couple photos.

https://jwatsonphotography.smugmug.com/Payton-Cavanaugh-Wedding/n-8zPcZw/i-pbWPJC5/A

https://jwatsonphotography.smugmug.com/Payton-Cavanaugh-Wedding/n-8zPcZw/i-ZLZg2Gn/A

https://jwatsonphotography.smugmug.com/Payton-Cavanaugh-Wedding/n-8zPcZw/i-rQ3MjCQ/A
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