View Full Version : Oh My Gosh, I just finished my first wedding
11th of March 2006 (Sat), 18:34
and boy am I tired. I can truly see now why you would charge so much to do these. I worked my butt off to do a good job and am sooooo tired now. And just think I still have to do all the PP. Well back to the drawing board. Overall, it was a great experience and I learned so much that would have taken a long time to learn. I look forward to my next one in May. Hopefully if I planned everything out right I shouldn't have to do much PP on this one. Oh well just wanted to vent!!!
11th of March 2006 (Sat), 18:38
Congrats! Let's see some quick proofs...
11th of March 2006 (Sat), 18:49
Congrats, it is a workout!
11th of March 2006 (Sat), 18:53
Great Deal, post some pics.:)
11th of March 2006 (Sat), 23:11
And like the others said, show us some pics! ;)
11th of March 2006 (Sat), 23:27
how'd the breakdown go on which lenses you used? I'm thinking the 28-135 is the last zoom I'll own...maybe the 24-70 someday, but I love my primes and want to get more...I've shot two weddings with them and it wasn't a big deal switching lenses. just curious how it worked for you.
15th of March 2006 (Wed), 23:53
I just got through my first two weddings and am about to go on my third on Saturday (3 weddings in a row so far and about booked every weekend for the next few months). Unfortunately, I'm just an intern and I don't get paid lol. On the upside, my portfolio is building up quite nicely. Hopefully, I'll get promoted soon lol.
16th of March 2006 (Thu), 01:11
Its hard work isn't it, especially when you have to travel in the car 3hrs after each wedding...it takes it out of you and then you have weeks of PPing....thats why im going back to the drawing board, and trying to get an assistant job to start with and go from the bottoma nd work my way up again...
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