2x 6D body + 24-70 2.8 VC + 70-200 2.8L II & Yongnuo YN-600
First we started with the hairdresser, nice start, the children where playing around and some fun shots and details of the bride and her sister....
but we planned 8-9h (the bride also said this to the hairdresser), but it took 1h45!
As a result no time for the brideshoot, the most important part... I studied some nice poses from Cliff Mautner on a chair with 85 1.2L but nothing!
The house was in disorder, had to move toys around to take some pics of the dress...
Then the groom came, some shots at the door.
We left for the locationshoot (3 nice locations), her brother in law would bring the kids, but they where not ready yet!
Meanwhile we where on the second location and we called them, they would come, but no one to see... we called again and they where on the 3rd location allready!
Then we left to the beach, I had some great shots prepared, but the sea was too far and time was running out allready, so only some quick shots on the stairs of a big hotel and next to a piano. I saw enough allready, I had my planning on my telephone and in my pocket, but nothing to plan, I just went with the flow!
I don't know what it was, but I charged all battery's and everythings seemed to go empty, I didn't even flash much, I think a problem with this flash (before no problems).
I think i will order a batterypack, don't like the hassle with the full/empty AA's and some don't work suddenly. On Ebay I saw a Godox batterypack to fill with 8AA's, but I will see to buy one without AA's, if you have any recommendations ?
I took about 3000 pics and some movies in the cityhall/church and party (I know too much, but to be sure I had enough seen the delays before)
So I will have enough shots and some nice ones, but I really didn't like the fact that it was too stressy, rushing due to the problems, I was sweating like hell.
I like to have time for composing, lens selection, like modelshoots with a nice model on a nice location, no stress, time to make the pictures you want.
The hardcore weddingphotographers over here probaly also experienced unexpected problems.
It was my first and probably my last wedding...