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List 5 lenses you think are a must in shooting a wedding

 
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Sep 25, 2012 15:15 |  #46

TT Belt with all lens on me almost all day except the 100mm Macro

1. Canon 50mm, soon will be replaced with Sigmalux
2. Tamron 17-35
3. Canon 24-70 V1
4. Canon 70-200 V2 - this thing is getting heavy and have been thinking of replace it with 135mm but I can't get rid of it b/c of 200mm reach, flexibility the awesome IS :)


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Sep 25, 2012 19:56 |  #47

I trained with a man who was still using a 6x9 press camera (Rapid Omega) when everyone was using roll film or 35mm SLRs. He bought his cameras wherever he could find them and used them until they could no longer be repaired. His entire system was based on the 6x9 and a 5x7 proof system. We were all required to use his cameras. He didn't supply light meters with his camera but insisted that we memorize his standard settings because he thought metering at most weddings was a waste of time since the light was almost always within a few well defined parameters. We could bring our own meter but he discouraged it and his settings were dead on almost all of the time.

His studio shot several hundred weddings each year and was widely respected in the community. He has long since passed but the studio is still operating today and it still bears his name although the Rapid Omegas have been replaced by digital SLRs.


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