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Wedding Photography - Mobile Studio Lighting

 
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May 16, 2006 23:20 |  #1

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May 16, 2006 23:27 |  #2
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loks good. I might have shot at a wider aperature, but thats minor


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May 16, 2006 23:29 |  #3

A wider apperture would have blown out the sky though (no blue sky and white puffy clouds!)


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May 16, 2006 23:37 |  #4

I would blur the background in PS a little. Nice shot!


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May 16, 2006 23:55 |  #5

Very well done. Great exposure. Maybe some more background blur to bring out the subjects though.


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May 17, 2006 06:50 |  #6

Your caption implies mobile studio lighting.

I like the shot - what lighting did you use Bowens 2 head?


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May 17, 2006 07:52 |  #7

Fun shot. I usually don't take any lights with me to outdoor shoots, just reflectors. I mostly take outdoor weddings and events and I put the 580ex on the 20D and use it for fill-flash, but I usually don't need it.


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May 17, 2006 17:17 as a reply to  @ SuzyView's post |  #8

I really like the lighting on this one as well. I'll repeat chrnat's question: What did you use?


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May 17, 2006 22:27 as a reply to  @ ryno4youth's post |  #9

ryno4youth wrote:
I would blur the background in PS a little. Nice shot!

I like the shot posted myself. I am curious about the above rsponse. I'd like to learn how to use PS to blur the background. I use elements 3.0 and I'm trying to learn how to do edits but being a feeble old technologically arrested person I have a hard time picking some of this stuff up. I'd enjoy a PM with assistance if any of you wouldn't mind takin' the time to help a old man out.


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May 18, 2006 03:04 |  #10

Great Capture.
Wonderful idea.


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May 18, 2006 07:48 |  #11

come on tell Leere and Me your lighting secrets

Dying to know how you replicate old movies?


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May 19, 2006 03:37 |  #12

Sorry all, I have been away. I use a Broncolour Mobil Kit and a Chimera medium softbox. I like to shoot for the sky (expose for the sky). Hence the rich deep colours in the sky. My camera is a EOS 1DS Mark II (16.7mp)


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May 19, 2006 08:31 |  #13

Thanks

Great shot


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Oct 31, 2006 20:08 |  #14

great shot..
i think the colours look alil too dark.. maybe knock up the brightness a tad :)
i like the idea of outdoor lighting... out of all the weddings i have been to i havent seen anyone pull out a mobile lighting unit..
also nice wollongong beach setting.. right next to the lighthouse yeah?


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Oct 31, 2006 23:51 |  #15

i think it's just if you wanna carry around the gear. i much rather prefer lighting but dont want to carry it around


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