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Which AF Mode do you use for Weddings?

 
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May 07, 2012 12:58 |  #31

AISLE people....AISLE!


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May 07, 2012 15:19 |  #32

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My brides know im at the end of the isle waiting for them. When they ask me what they should do i tell them this

you are about to take the most important steps of your life. Enjoy the experience, Kiss your dad goodbye and dont worry about it because im not going to miss the shot of you walking down the isle.

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May 07, 2012 16:02 |  #33

Numenorean wrote in post #14393726external link
AISLE people....AISLE!

Whilst wholeheartedly agreeing with the sentiment above, about the correct spelling. An Aisle is the walkway down the side of a church, the walkway through the knave isn't an aisle.

http://simple.wikipedi​a.org ...church_architecture​_termsexternal link
It probably will be soon, as we tend to alter the meaning of words following years of misuse. And this ones been going on for a long time.


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May 07, 2012 16:12 |  #34

Phil V wrote in post #14394666external link
Whilst wholeheartedly agreeing with the sentiment above, about the correct spelling. An Aisle is the walkway down the side of a church, the walkway through the knave isn't an aisle.

http://simple.wikipedi​a.org ...church_architecture​_termsexternal link
It probably will be soon, as we tend to alter the meaning of words following years of misuse. And this ones been going on for a long time.


I'll get my coat......

An aisle is simply a walkway between sections of seats. Weddings don't necessarily have to happen in a church.

An isle has nothing to do with where people are walking for the processional or recessional.


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May 08, 2012 12:02 |  #35

Numenorean wrote in post #14394721external link
An aisle is simply a walkway between sections of seats. Weddings don't necessarily have to happen in a church.

An isle has nothing to do with where people are walking for the processional or recessional.

Indeed an aisle can be found in restaurants, supermarkets and lots of places. So in a civil ceremony, the couple could well be walking down an aisle. But in a church, the Aisle is the name of the walkways at the sides of the main body of the church. In general coversation when we discuss brides walking down the Aisle we are more likely to picture a church than a supermarket;)

An isle has nothing to do with any of the above, as it's a small island.

But you're aware of all that and rather than partially agreeing with me, you chose to construct your answer as if I was wrong. I appreciate you taking the time to respond.:rolleyes:


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May 08, 2012 12:31 |  #36

So what does the bride walk down in a church?


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May 08, 2012 12:33 |  #37

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So what does the bride walk down in a church?


Some might equate it to a plank:p


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May 08, 2012 13:34 |  #38

Red Tie Photography wrote in post #14399385external link
So what does the bride walk down in a church?

Well it's in the Knave, and it's not the Aisle - although it could be described as an aisle, if you wanted to descibe it. It's definitely not an isle though.

But so we're all on the same page - if you said aisle, we'd know what you meant, whether it's right or not. ;)

I'll bet most clergy would call it the aisle in conversation, in the same way we say PIN number even though we know its wrong.


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May 08, 2012 18:18 as a reply to Phil V's post |  #39

So... where did my thread take the left turn, and who do I blame!?:lol:

Can we get this thing back on track now?
Here are a few pictures from the wedding I shot last weekend that caused me to post this thread. I don't post any of the processional but they all turned out pretty sharp. I just snapped off a crap load of pictures figuring a least one of each couple would turn out sharp.;)
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Jun 04, 2012 20:40 |  #40

We both used continuous AF throughout the last wedding. I did switch to single AF during the formals so I could focus and recompose since the AF points didn't stretch out across the viewfinder (D700) as much as I needed.


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