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Jan 14, 2017 06:12 |  #1501

I joined the club! Literally one of my first shots with the body yesterday evening. I was on a rush from the office. I stood there trying to shoot, checking menus to find out where things where, etc. I don't have an L plate yet, but the plate off my Mk2 fit well enough. 5Dc fits as well, but it will interfere with the cable release port for sure. Hopefully RRS will get theirs moving soon.

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Jan 14, 2017 07:18 |  #1502

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Did a bridal session yesterday here in VA. It was 73 degrees at 3:30 p.m. Such a beautiful day. Excuse the pictures aren't perfect, I haven't edited them yet. The 5DIV with 24-70II is insane! Wonderful.

These are beautiful, Suzy. Love that you used the wide-angle for the first one to emphasise the train. I do have a question. Is 'bridal session' a euphemism for a wedding or is it something else altogether?


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Jan 14, 2017 07:50 |  #1503

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Jan 14, 2017 08:11 as a reply to  @ jcothron's post |  #1504

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Jan 14, 2017 09:24 |  #1505

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People say they fit perfect and I rebought a III bracket and ya it fits but the curve is not exact and IMHO will put added pressure points and not spread evenly and will cause paint wear.

Just how I see it.

FWIW, I rechecked my Kirk bracket (non gripped) and it fits both the III and IV perfectly, no chance of scuffing the paint. Naturally, every mfg will be a little different.


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Jan 14, 2017 09:54 |  #1506

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FWIW, I rechecked my Kirk bracket (non gripped) and it fits both the III and IV perfectly, no chance of scuffing the paint. Naturally, every mfg will be a little different.

That's good news, thanks.


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Jan 14, 2017 09:56 as a reply to  @ AnnieMacD's post |  #1507

Bridals are shots of the bride in the dress before the actual wedding. Since the wedding is so chaotic, brides like to take pictures before the big day to practice and to get the make up and hair just as if they were at that day. I generally like to do these kinds of pictures outside, in nature, instead of in a studio. This happens to be very close to my own home, so I have a lot of these kinds of requests. This bride's sister-in-law is a close friend and that's how we got connected. I sometimes print a few of these shots for the reception for those that did not attend the wedding, but are invited to the reception and they can see the bride in her dress in an artistic way.


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Jan 14, 2017 10:02 |  #1508

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Bridals are shots of the bride in the dress before the actual wedding. Since the wedding is so chaotic, brides like to take pictures before the big day to practice and to get the make up and hair just as if they were at that day. I generally like to do these kinds of pictures outside, in nature, instead of in a studio. This happens to be very close to my own home, so I have a lot of these kinds of requests. This bride's sister-in-law is a close friend and that's how we got connected. I sometimes print a few of these shots for the reception for those that did not attend the wedding, but are invited to the reception and they can see the bride in her dress in an artistic way.

I remember how thrilled I used to be when they had multiple shooting locations. 15 minutes of peace driving to them :-)


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Jan 14, 2017 10:59 |  #1509

cutwater wrote in post #18244090 (external link)
FWIW, I rechecked my Kirk bracket (non gripped) and it fits both the III and IV perfectly, no chance of scuffing the paint. Naturally, every mfg will be a little different.

True.


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Jan 14, 2017 14:09 |  #1510

SuzyView wrote in post #18244113 (external link)
Bridals are shots of the bride in the dress before the actual wedding. Since the wedding is so chaotic, brides like to take pictures before the big day to practice and to get the make up and hair just as if they were at that day. I generally like to do these kinds of pictures outside, in nature, instead of in a studio. This happens to be very close to my own home, so I have a lot of these kinds of requests. This bride's sister-in-law is a close friend and that's how we got connected. I sometimes print a few of these shots for the reception for those that did not attend the wedding, but are invited to the reception and they can see the bride in her dress in an artistic way.

Thanks, Suzy, we don't have these here yet (I'm in Scotland) but I'm sure they will follow. Sounds like a very relaxed way to take photos of the bride. But won't her dress and flowers be a bit down-at-heel by the wedding day?


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Jan 14, 2017 17:20 |  #1511

Anyone having issues with the display going off intermittently and not being able to get it back on unless you take another shot or turn off the camera?


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Jan 14, 2017 17:27 |  #1512

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Anyone having issues with the display going off intermittently and not being able to get it back on unless you take another shot or turn off the camera?

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Jan 14, 2017 21:53 |  #1513

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Jan 14, 2017 23:36 |  #1514

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Me neither.


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