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Oct 08, 2013 09:27 |  #1

I haven't done a whole lot of weddings so C&C's are always appreciated. Here are a few highlights.

IMAGE: http://www.anthonyeliasphotography.com/Jennifer-and-Nick/i-xVP8fCZ/0/XL/GW8A0129-X3.jpg
IMAGE: http://www.anthonyeliasphotography.com/Jennifer-and-Nick/i-4BZtJxZ/0/XL/GW8A9693-X3.jpg
IMAGE: http://www.anthonyeliasphotography.com/Jennifer-and-Nick/i-Cfvc8t2/0/XL/GW8A0759-X3.jpg
IMAGE: http://www.anthonyeliasphotography.com/Jennifer-and-Nick/i-q9gVPks/0/XL/GW8A0932-GW8A0944-X3.jpg
IMAGE: http://www.anthonyeliasphotography.com/Jennifer-and-Nick/i-XPcNNg3/0/XL/GW8A0734-X3.jpg
IMAGE: http://www.anthonyeliasphotography.com/Jennifer-and-Nick/i-5979gQX/0/XL/GW8A1455-X3.jpg

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Oct 08, 2013 10:02 |  #2

My favorite is #3
All of them are nice the group picture of the guys seems kinda far away for me.

I bet they really like these!


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Oct 10, 2013 13:19 |  #3

Nice set! What lens/body setup were you using? #4 looks razor sharp on the fellas. Good work




  
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Oct 10, 2013 15:17 |  #4

Love them. I do wish #4 was a bit tighter crop though as I have trouble seeing the guy's faces. Other than that, great work!


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Oct 10, 2013 20:45 |  #5

I like the ring shot. The one at the lightpost looks awkward to me too far apart. Also the guys wideout could be tighter fill the frame with them.


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Oct 11, 2013 10:35 |  #6

neimad19 wrote in post #16360897 (external link)
Nice set! What lens/body setup were you using? #4 looks razor sharp on the fellas. Good work

neimad19 wrote in post #16360897 (external link)
Nice set! What lens/body setup were you using? #4 looks razor sharp on the fellas. Good work

SethWilliams wrote in post #16361146 (external link)
Love them. I do wish #4 was a bit tighter crop though as I have trouble seeing the guy's faces. Other than that, great work!

neimad19 wrote in post #16360897 (external link)
Nice set! What lens/body setup were you using? #4 looks razor sharp on the fellas. Good work

neimad19 wrote in post #16360897 (external link)
Nice set! What lens/body setup were you using? #4 looks razor sharp on the fellas. Good work

Thanks. #4 was 5d mkiii with 85 1.2 on it. It's actually a stitch of 18 images using the brenizer method found here

http://blog.buiphotos.​com …xplained-with-directions/ (external link)

The first shot focus on the guys is cropped tighter, then turned off the AF and shot all around them.

I agree the crop looks too wide on here but I really like the shot full res.

Here's the first shot of the guys tight

IMAGE: http://www.anthonyeliasphotography.com/photos/i-C66DSVz/0/M/i-C66DSVz-X2.jpg

here are links to the higher res of the two lmk which you guys prefer:

tight crop: http://www.anthonyelia​sphotography.com …SVz/0/X3/i-C66DSVz-X3.jpg (external link)

stiched: http://www.anthonyelia​sphotography.com …Qm9/0/X3/i-d42wQm9-X3.jpg (external link)

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Oct 11, 2013 10:49 |  #7

i really like the cropped version and love the ring pic. great job on these


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Oct 11, 2013 14:22 |  #8

Great Set! Do you mind sharing the technique for the ring shot?

I need to find a tutorial on these :)


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Oct 11, 2013 15:08 |  #9

robots4joey wrote in post #16363500 (external link)
Great Set! Do you mind sharing the technique for the ring shot?

I need to find a tutorial on these :)

Thanks,

I have the 50mm macro with a life size converter I used for that shot. I throw it in live view mode set it to manual focus and set the focus as close as possible and I magnify the image to make sure I'm focused where I want.

You'll need some sort of a macro lens to get that shot for sure.


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Oct 14, 2013 12:16 |  #10

Thanks Tonman, do you shoot wide-open as well?


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Oct 14, 2013 12:22 |  #11

tonman23 wrote in post #16363636 (external link)
I have the 50mm macro with a life size converter I used for that shot. .

#3 is my favorite as well, but they are all awesome.

How well does the life-size converter work for the 50 macro? I have that lens as well, but found it adequate for ring shots without the life-size converter.


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Oct 14, 2013 20:38 |  #12

4th image is awesome!


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Oct 15, 2013 14:00 |  #13

professorman wrote in post #16370239 (external link)
#3 is my favorite as well, but they are all awesome.

How well does the life-size converter work for the 50 macro? I have that lens as well, but found it adequate for ring shots without the life-size converter.

I bought them both used as a package deal and pretty much use them both together all the time. I do think ring shots look pretty solid with the 50 alone so it might not really be worth the investment if you're happy with the way your shots are turning out. There's a used one on ebay right now which is a nice deal.
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robots4joey wrote in post #16370221 (external link)
Thanks Tonman, do you shoot wide-open as well?

I usually shoot as wide open as possible while still getting all the subjects in focus. I will close down the aperture if I have time to setup lighting properly. Otherwise I try my best to line everyone up as parallel as possible and see how shallow a depth of field I can get away with.


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Oct 16, 2013 06:17 |  #14

dmitrim wrote in post #16371527 (external link)
4th image is awesome!

thanks! I just checked out your work. So creative and totally unique. Dynamic range in your photos are nuts!


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Oct 17, 2013 21:28 |  #15

I like them all!




  
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