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7th of March 2006 (Tue), 21:09
I took candids at my friend's wedding in August 2005. Thoughts? It was very candid and hard light to shoot - bright in one side from the sun coming into the room, dimly on the other side. I am guessing that a better flash in the future will help?
7th of March 2006 (Tue), 21:12
The lighting in the photos isnt to bad at all. ;)
7th of March 2006 (Tue), 21:16
These were the best two out of 50. I have a whole new respect for wedding photographers after that wedding.
7th of March 2006 (Tue), 21:24
The lighting looks fine to me! :)
7th of March 2006 (Tue), 21:54
Looks fine to me as well.
As for your other images, did you shoot RAW? You may be able to massage them to more of your liking. :)
7th of March 2006 (Tue), 22:58
I took candids at my friend's wedding in August 2005. Thoughts?
Go easy with the flash. Try Av and a softbox. You will like it.
8th of March 2006 (Wed), 10:35
No, I haven't tried shooting RAW yet.
I tried shooting without the flash, but found that my pictures were either grainy or had a slight blur.
6th of May 2006 (Sat), 01:53
The 20d shoots raw and large at the same time. Try that setting next time but have plenty of memory as you make double images. It saved me from a near didaster do to faulty lighting.
6th of May 2006 (Sat), 09:48
If you don't understand what's going on shoot RAW + JPG. If you understand what's going on then you don't need my opinion. If you have no idea shoot RAW and ask us later.
8th of May 2006 (Mon), 09:29
WOW she has short fingers
8th of May 2006 (Mon), 09:33
I took pictures this weekend at another friend's wedding and wanted to shoot RAW, but didn't due to space on the memory cards. But I do want to start shooting RAW more.
Is there a size limit to the card I can put in my XT? I read somewhere that 2gig was too big - is this true?
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