You do realise that those are your rude words not mine?
You see I would have always given someone encouragement if I believed they deserved it, or guidance to where they could gain relevant experience if it was required instead.
But some people appear to be experts one minute and then the next appear not to know the basics. And when those people are so rude to others....
I believe the Shakespearean phrase is "Hoist with his own petard" meaning loosely to be attacked with his own weapon (From Hamlet)
I genuinely do hope that you can salvage a good set of photo's from your nightmare day, because your customers don't deserve to be let down.
And please learn how to use the gear before you embark on someone else's special day, or stick with the video, because this:
liverpool 1 wrote in post #14716446
Did my second wedding photo shoot today and I am shattered. I was confident in manual but ended up in p mode !! The English weather was awful rain one minute then cloud and full sun. So in manual! Frame. Exposure and aperture, ISO at 200, but because of the weather change I found the metre bar all over the place I could not get to the middle or stop down due to the changes
, so in the end I went all p mode and seemed easier! What did I do wrong. Also in church I was working no flash and was iso 1600, that seemed ok with the constant light no change but outside Pheeeew that was hard. Advice please
Sounds like you haven't got a clue what you were doing. That's a good to average wedding in the UK - wait till you have a gloomy November afternoon and you're at 6400 and 2.8 and choosing your moment between the B&G breathing in the hope they'll be still enough to not create subject movement.