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First Wedding of 2012! Eric and Jessica

 
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Feb 06, 2012 16:58 |  #1

This was a great wedding! Very easygoing couple and a great location. I tried to do a little more creative lighting than I normally do to have a little fun, and I am happy with the results! I look forward to messing with it some more during my upcoming weddings! You can see more photos and read more on my blog (external link).

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Feb 06, 2012 22:06 |  #2

Nice set...really like the lighting on the last two. Nicely done!




  
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Feb 08, 2012 05:57 |  #3

Love the last three!!! Lovely pics.


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Feb 08, 2012 06:08 |  #4

Nice set of pictures. I like the one in the arch! The light stand is visible through their legs, but a little more PS will do the trick.




  
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Feb 08, 2012 06:56 |  #5

nice series. Good use of o.c.f.. I'd clone out the bottom right corner of the last pic also. That light on the brick there is distracting.


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Feb 08, 2012 09:58 |  #6

Number9 wrote in post #13847662 (external link)
Nice set of pictures. I like the one in the arch! The light stand is visible through their legs, but a little more PS will do the trick.

good catch! thanks.

johendley wrote in post #13847829 (external link)
nice series. Good use of o.c.f.. I'd clone out the bottom right corner of the last pic also. That light on the brick there is distracting.

thank you!


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Feb 08, 2012 13:31 |  #7

Nice lighting


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Feb 08, 2012 17:24 |  #8

Sweet!


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Feb 08, 2012 20:37 |  #9

siddr20 wrote in post #13847641 (external link)
Love the last three!!! Lovely pics.

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Feb 09, 2012 02:17 |  #10

The last three are the best!! I love them!!!!
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Feb 09, 2012 18:54 as a reply to  @ reyces's post |  #11

Can I ask you about your style of photography here?

Clearly they're excellent shots, there's no doubt about that (the last one is amazing, though I agree with cropping the bottom to get rid of that light patch), how long do you spend setting up? The last three photos looks like they have two off camera flashguns involved, does this not take a long, long time?

Particularly the last shot? When would this have been taken? I'm Irish, so maybe the routine is different where you're based, but it looks like they're leaving the reception venue at the end of the night?


Great work, though.




  
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Feb 09, 2012 19:06 |  #12

I really love the shot where he is leaning her back for the kiss, its wonderful!




  
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Feb 10, 2012 16:27 |  #13

Thanks, everyone!

chokeslamcena wrote in post #13858512 (external link)
Can I ask you about your style of photography here?

Clearly they're excellent shots, there's no doubt about that (the last one is amazing, though I agree with cropping the bottom to get rid of that light patch), how long do you spend setting up? The last three photos looks like they have two off camera flashguns involved, does this not take a long, long time?

Particularly the last shot? When would this have been taken? I'm Irish, so maybe the routine is different where you're based, but it looks like they're leaving the reception venue at the end of the night?


Great work, though.

I try to minimize setup as much as possible. I always have spare flashes on light stands so I can grab them and go when needed.

as for the last 3 shots:

the first was a three light setup and i used my second shooter as a "dummy" to set it up while they were inside dancing with everyone. setup was probably 3-4 minutes or so.

the second shot was a single light setup and took no time to prepare, just maybe 3-4 shots to get the proper exposure.

The last shot was at the end of the night as the couple was leaving. Once the last dance was finished and they were saying their goodbyes to the guests, I ran out and set up the stands. it took probably a minute or so for setup.

thanks a lot, and you can read a little more detailed info on my blog (external link) if you'd like!


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Feb 10, 2012 20:22 |  #14

p27rpy wrote in post #13864359 (external link)
Thanks, everyone!

I try to minimize setup as much as possible. I always have spare flashes on light stands so I can grab them and go when needed.

as for the last 3 shots:

the first was a three light setup and i used my second shooter as a "dummy" to set it up while they were inside dancing with everyone. setup was probably 3-4 minutes or so.

the second shot was a single light setup and took no time to prepare, just maybe 3-4 shots to get the proper exposure.

The last shot was at the end of the night as the couple was leaving. Once the last dance was finished and they were saying their goodbyes to the guests, I ran out and set up the stands. it took probably a minute or so for setup.

thanks a lot, and you can read a little more detailed info on my blog (external link) if you'd like!



I'll most certainly take a look. You're a very informed and professional shooter, no doubt about that. Those photographs are excellent. If you're able to churn that kinda work out regularly I'd imagine you're fairly well in demand (or at least you rightfully should be!).

Fantastic work and cheers for sharing a little insight into the photographs. Appreciated.




  
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Feb 11, 2012 09:33 |  #15

These are some great shots.


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