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Dec 07, 2011 03:14 |  #1

One of our most challenging weddings yet. A lot of it was shot at 6400 @ f/1.4 1/50 on a 5d and 60d. Despite the lack of light.. It was the most fun we've had at a wedding!

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Dec 07, 2011 16:56 |  #2

Nice work :) What bridge did you shoot at in the burgh?


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Dec 07, 2011 18:09 as a reply to  @ scorpio_e's post |  #3

Wow, a truely stunning piece of work, well done! They must be over the moon about it. And lack of light? You certainly couldn't tell!


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Dec 07, 2011 19:45 |  #4

Very nice work indeed! I was debating weather if i should start doing video and after watching this, you just made my decision more easy.
Oh and one more thing, I caught you in the mirror while you were shooting the bride ;)


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Dec 08, 2011 02:06 |  #5

Brilliant video... lots of things that you are doing just right there. I like that the zooming and mooving around of the camera is following the same speed all the time. Very romantic and great story telling...


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Dec 08, 2011 05:43 |  #6

scorpio_e wrote in post #13510206 (external link)
Nice work :) What bridge did you shoot at in the burgh?

Thanks.. It was the bridge at the waterfront...right behind the shopping district

solesupremebeing wrote in post #13510544 (external link)
Wow, a truely stunning piece of work, well done! They must be over the moon about it. And lack of light? You certainly couldn't tell!

Thanks, I don't know how people shot at night before these cameras

asianstutter wrote in post #13510934 (external link)
Very nice work indeed! I was debating weather if i should start doing video and after watching this, you just made my decision more easy.
Oh and one more thing, I caught you in the mirror while you were shooting the bride ;)

Go for it! Are you thinking of shooting weddings?
Yea.. We've been sneaking in a 'guest appearance' with each video. :D

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This wedding is the One of our most challenging weddings yet and remembering for all.

Thank you!

kent andersen wrote in post #13512212 (external link)
Brilliant video... lots of things that you are doing just right there. I like that the zooming and mooving around of the camera is following the same speed all the time. Very romantic and great story telling...

Thanks!


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Dec 08, 2011 09:55 |  #7

Wonderful!! What a great short story... Love it. Thanks.


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Dec 08, 2011 10:10 |  #8

Loved their story :) Great work!




  
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Dec 12, 2011 06:07 |  #9

Wow, very impressive work. I couldn't even consider doing that, but respect someone who can!


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Dec 25, 2011 16:38 |  #10

Thanks everyone!!


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Dec 26, 2011 11:21 as a reply to  @ Drozz119's post |  #11

Awesome work!




  
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Dec 26, 2011 22:54 |  #12

Nice work What bridge did you shoot at in the burgh?
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