Some wedding shots (bww)

 
Old 01-09-2009, 06:09 AM
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heh, I thought the same.
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Old 01-09-2009, 06:24 AM
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Default the crooked wideangle shot?

for some reason, it doesn't bug me that much but it doesn't seem to sit right with most people. strange.

for the macro shot, i got a steal on a tamron 90mm macro. i believe it's a real 1:1 macro, so that would probably explain why the 24-70 doesn't really produce those results. if i had to do it over again, i'd probably go with the canon 100mm (but it would have been a few hundred more).
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Default hell no i don't run that fast lol

my girlfriend shot secondary for me. i literally just gave her the 135L/10-22 and said "go have fun." she ended up with some solid shots
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Old 01-09-2009, 07:06 AM
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Default sweet.

only speaking from experience, so I know how hard it is running around to get in position.

again, nice work. they look great.
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Default very good work bro!! a number of keepers, i'm sure they'll be impressed.

were they friends or was this a full on job?
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Default here's one i took last year.

anytime I'm up high with the fisheye, I try to get it as straight as possible.

if not the architecture of the space looks way distorted....and as an architect, that really bugs me. lol.

<img src="http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3196/3007554063_8156ae67b9.jpg?v=0">
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Default SUPER budget photography from someone on CL

someone posted an ad needing a photog and I sent them my porfolio. I ridiculously undercharged in the end because I wasn't sure of their price point, but I wanted the experience more than anything else. The wedding market out here is really soft. Oh well
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Default I would have loved to get a straight on shot, but uncle bob took the seat

with his video setup. he was up on the balcony the entire time taping the wedding. I suppose I could have asked him to move so I could get a dead center shot. I'll keep that in mind next time. thanks!
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