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My first wedding! A little nerve-racking at first!

 
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Jul 01, 2007 18:08 |  #1

Hey guys, C&C's are greatly appreciated. Here are a few from my first! I kept my 430 on for fill and natural light for the larger portion of the day. I used my 17-55 for 97% of the day. My 70-200 performed a little less than par since it was lacking the IS. Let me know what you think...
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Jul 01, 2007 18:22 |  #2

You'd think he would have done his hair for the big day!




  
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Jul 01, 2007 18:32 as a reply to  @ bmd7703's post |  #3

nice ring shot..and a huge arse rock!! nice




  
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Jul 01, 2007 18:38 |  #4

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You'd think he would have done his hair for the big day!

Dude, he did do his hair...


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Love that ring shot. All three are nicely exposed and have great color. :)



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Jul 01, 2007 19:24 |  #6

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Dude, he did do his hair...

With a leaf blower?! :p

3rd pic is the best, shooting down is more flattering. #1 i'd go in closer. #2 she looks great he looks half asleep.


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Jul 01, 2007 20:29 |  #7
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With a leaf blower? LMFAO @ Tim. Haha. OMG, ya'll have me on a roll this evening with laughter!


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Oh yeah, I like #1. :-)


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Jul 01, 2007 21:49 |  #9

nice shots, was number 2 shot with wide angle? the groom looks kinda funky (as compared to shot 3). i think i like shot 3 best, cute pose.


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Jul 01, 2007 21:52 |  #10

These look good. Nice lighting.

What's an arse rock?

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nice ring shot..and a huge arse rock!! nice


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Jul 01, 2007 21:52 |  #11

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nice shots, was number 2 shot with wide angle? the groom looks kinda funky (as compared to shot 3). i think i like shot 3 best, cute pose.

Just used my 17-55. 17mm f/3.5, 1/500 no flash. He does look a little out of it...


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Jul 02, 2007 04:43 |  #12

It looks like you did OK for your first wedding. Well done.


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Jul 02, 2007 07:57 |  #13

JaertX wrote in post #3471536 (external link)
What's an arse rock?

Anything it hits... :oops:


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Jul 02, 2007 10:19 as a reply to  @ Hangerhead's post |  #14

I like #1, but her rings are on wrong aren't they?
Isn't it correct to wear your wedding band closer to your heart, on the inside?
That's the only way I've ever seen it at least...


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Jul 02, 2007 11:19 |  #15

I'm not quite sure about that. She never took the engagement ring off prior to the ceremony...


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