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My wedding photographer... OMG :-( !

 
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Mar 02, 2015 08:52 |  #286

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It has been a few years, and 19 pages. Maybe, we will see pics of second wife, or children.

:lol::-D Hahahaha!




  
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Mar 02, 2015 10:52 |  #287

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I'd rather one of my mates decked out with FF cameras and L primes photographing my wedding than Dennis Reggie with a kit lens and built in flash, but that's just me.)

Yeah, with what you'd have to pay Denis Reggie to cover your wedding, you could buy a 1DX and a bunch of L primes and end up with one fine kit and wedding photos to boot!


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Mar 03, 2015 17:50 |  #288

A friend who has been doing weddings/engagements/e​tc for several years, has asked me to assist her with several she has booked this spring and summer. Id be lying if I said I wasn't nervous about being a secondary shooter. Based on what I was able to create with an iPhone 5 & a SX170 she encouraged me to take the next step to DSLRs which I just did recently.

She will be loaning me a 6D at her events, however I am not familiar with lighting setups, flashes, etc. I just don't want to be that guy that ruins someones wedding pics.




  
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Mar 04, 2015 11:30 as a reply to  @ AirNikesNHats's post |  #289

You are a secondary shooter, just have fun.
You are there to assist her not to get the shot.
Just relax and go with the flow, trust me, it wil be fun.

You will learn as you go.

Enjoy that beast of a camera!

La 6D :-D


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Mar 05, 2015 09:15 |  #290

AirNikesNHats wrote in post #17459177 (external link)
A friend who has been doing weddings/engagements/e​tc for several years, has asked me to assist her with several she has booked this spring and summer. Id be lying if I said I wasn't nervous about being a secondary shooter. Based on what I was able to create with an iPhone 5 & a SX170 she encouraged me to take the next step to DSLRs which I just did recently.

She will be loaning me a 6D at her events, however I am not familiar with lighting setups, flashes, etc. I just don't want to be that guy that ruins someones wedding pics.

Most important is to learn and be familiar with the camera and flash you might be using. The photography part will come natural if you have an instinct for taking good photos. If it looks interesting or important to you take the photo.



  
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Mar 09, 2015 04:05 |  #291

Wow! Four years and some months later, we are still waiting for the pictures? :-)

Have done weddings, probably won't do another. It's really not my cup of tea.


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