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Oct 29, 2012 09:42 |  #1

I had two weddings this weekend. I always try to get a night shot at the reception venue for my couples. The first one was at a B&B and the second was a restaurant. Different places call for different lighting techniques.

Two video lights were used on this shot. The back light was un-gelled because I wanted a "blue" back light. The key light was gelled to 3200k. My assistant held the light. I cloned her out for the final shot. The house was lit by street lamps.

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Oct 30, 2012 11:04 |  #2

beautiful light in 1, how does it look cropped?




  
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Oct 30, 2012 11:57 |  #3

Ingenious use of light placement and staging, Jim.

Are these the last shots you take at a wedding ? Do you kind of set up and then call the B+G out for one last shot--or ?



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Oct 30, 2012 12:55 |  #4

Christopher Steven b wrote in post #15186819 (external link)
Ingenious use of light placement and staging, Jim.

Are these the last shots you take at a wedding ? Do you kind of set up and then call the B+G out for one last shot--or ?

Thanks Christopher. I shoot these towards the end of the evening. I set up the shot first, then grab the B&G. I don't want to keep them from their guests so I try to have everything set ahead of time.

Usually the last shots I take are of them leaving.


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Nov 28, 2012 14:05 |  #5

This the second picture is brilliant!


There ain't gonna be enough time to capture all the beautiful thing in the world, but I'm getting them one by one...

  
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