Vixen89 wrote in post #15217880
Now I'm really bothered, the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 is releasing next week and at $899 at B&H and the new Canon 35mm f/2 with IS is gonna come too around $800..ish.
I hope that new Sigma 35mm f/1.4 blows my mind away cause now I gotta re-think the recent 35L purchase. rofl
I'm interested to see how these lenses go over as well! And I feel you on being a gear head t I'm trying really hard to keep things to a minimum and get the best "bang for the buck" type of gear though so my bank account won't hate me... and since I don't have kids or a hub I can spend the money on myself all I want. And I'll be prepared once the kids do come around
Didn't realize the Sigma 35 would be released so soon. Wonder if that's why my Sigma 30 hasn't received any interest
Immaculens wrote in post #15217721
Shots can still be taken of the bride and groom during a meal - such as the cute 'feeding each other with a folk - but no argument - it 'is' the time to wolf something down if all is going well. I err'd making it sound like there is 'no' time. I suspect the reality of 'at least 30 minutes' allotted for a meal was compressed into about 10 minutes but hey if a photog has 30 minutes to eat and it all goes swimmingly - good for them!
Didn't know feeding each other with the fork was a "thing" except for the cake. lol. Those and the ones of the bride and groom kissing when everyone dings their champagne glasses are probably the only ones worth getting during mealtime, and you def don't need the entire hour to get those. I think it's only humane to feed a photographer! It is illegal to work a certain amount of hours without breaks, after all. And at every wedding I've been to (though not many) and with every photog I've talked with (again, not many) and everything I've read (which is plenty) suggest that a meal is required.