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Aug 17, 2007 07:18 |  #16

tlc wrote in post #3742912 (external link)
he's dressed awfully casual for being a groom?

I don't use the Canon neck strap. I've upgraded to the 'official' POTN OpTech straps on all my cameras. So I can't go check my Canon strap to see if the print (EOS Digital) goes all the way through the strap.

If not, this image is reversed, or was shot in a mirror.


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Aug 17, 2007 08:28 |  #17

belmondo wrote in post #3743028 (external link)
I don't use the Canon neck strap. I've upgraded to the 'official' POTN OpTech straps on all my cameras. So I can't go check my Canon strap to see if the print (EOS Digital) goes all the way through the strap.

If not, this image is reversed, or was shot in a mirror.

I think his strap is just upside down. You could rotate the image and it would look right. You wouldn't be able to do that if it were mirrored.


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Aug 17, 2007 08:31 |  #18

notapro wrote in post #3743346 (external link)
I think his strap is just upside down. You could rotate the image and it would look right. You wouldn't be able to do that if it were mirrored.

I can plead temporary insanity when I wrote that...it was very early in the morning.

Of course you're right, and any moron would have spotted that.

Ummm, what comes under moron in the intelligence scale?:o:o


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Aug 17, 2007 08:36 |  #19

belmondo wrote in post #3743371 (external link)
I can plead temporary insanity when I wrote that...it was very early in the morning.

Of course you're right, and any moron would have spotted that.




Ummm, what comes under moron in the intelligence scale?:o:o

as far as I'm concerned, nobody should be held accountable for anything they do or say before their second cup of coffee.


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Aug 17, 2007 11:47 |  #20

tlc wrote in post #3742912 (external link)
he's dressed awfully casual for being a groom?

Yes, I should have mentioned that this was the reception dinner, held at their house. He wore a tux for the ceremony.


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Aug 17, 2007 14:00 |  #21

louiep83 wrote in post #3741151 (external link)
How about this!

He didn't interfered with us, I just found it a bit heavily equipped for a guest.

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ya think?

That's more flash than I have in my bag.


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Aug 17, 2007 14:01 |  #22

Sakia Warner wrote in post #3740175 (external link)
Here is one of my favorite guests taking photos shot.
I try to get one of these at all my weddings now!!
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This is a creative and great idea. I've done this before with video cameras.


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Aug 18, 2007 00:55 |  #23

What can be said - he got the shot.

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Aug 18, 2007 01:05 |  #24

viet wrote in post #3741268 (external link)
LOL, he's looking the part, but shooting that beautiful flash setup straight on? I wouldn't worry too much.

Actually that Quantum flash works beautifully, even straight on. It provides for so much more control than the 550 or 580 that you can get shadowless shots with it in this fashion. I would never consider showing up with mine as a guest though. It is a bit much but it depends on ones ego. I prefer to leave everything home other than maybe one of my little point and shoots. It is such a pleasure to go to a wedding and enjoy it for a change.


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Aug 18, 2007 07:04 |  #25

My timing is usually not this good....



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Aug 24, 2007 15:11 |  #26

ssim wrote in post #3748367 (external link)
Actually that Quantum flash works beautifully, even straight on. It provides for so much more control than the 550 or 580 that you can get shadowless shots with it in this fashion. I would never consider showing up with mine as a guest though. It is a bit much but it depends on ones ego. I prefer to leave everything home other than maybe one of my little point and shoots. It is such a pleasure to go to a wedding and enjoy it for a change.

Hmm...I shot with a Quantum on bracket at few weddings before, but not with the new one he has, and I'm pretty sure I got very soft shadow with it even with its dome on at 45 degree. Maybe I'm just shorter than others :lol:

You are right though, I'd never bring anything like that to a wedding, maybe a P&S for fun.




  
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