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    Default Tips for wedding photography.

    Hi I'm doing a wedding photoshoot sometime in the later part of the year.

    I have a question,
    What equipment should I bring along for the whole day (make up, picking up of bride, vows, dinner, everything else)?

    Tips for wedding photography would also be greatly appreciated. =)

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Tips for wedding photography.

    Quote Originally Posted by kenyoung View Post
    Hi I'm doing a wedding photoshoot sometime in the later part of the year.

    I have a question,
    What equipment should I bring along for the whole day (make up, picking up of bride, vows, dinner, everything else)?

    Tips for wedding photography would also be greatly appreciated. =)

    Thanks.
    Please search for "Wedding photography" in this forums, I believed that this topic is discussed for quite a number of times before.
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    Default Re: Tips for wedding photography.

    Quote Originally Posted by Csboi View Post
    Please search for "Wedding photography" in this forums, I believed that this topic is discussed for quite a number of times before.
    I have to agree with this, there's really quite a number of thread discussing about this topic..
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    What equipments do you own? Are you the primary photographer? What location was the wedding going to be at? What is the environment like?

    In another words... more information please. It is not like any of us could read your mind.
    I am not a photographer, just someone who happened to have a couple of cameras.
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    You should bring a 1D MkIV and a 800mm f/5.6 L lens. That's the only way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    You should bring a 1D MkIV and a 800mm f/5.6 L lens. That's the only way to go.
    You are so evil

    TS is taking wedding photos and not snipering the couple from afar
    I am not a photographer, just someone who happened to have a couple of cameras.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhino123 View Post
    You are so evil

    TS is taking wedding photos and not snipering the couple from afar
    Maybe Rashkae is the main and wants TS to stay far away?
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    i think it is up to u..

    u must be comfortable.. i heard that they are people who did fine with just one prime lens..

    when i first try film using a 50mm prime lens only (on nikon fm2), i find that just with one lens there is so much u can do.. but that is mostly landscape .. but i believe it should be the same for other subjects..

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    Default Re: Tips for wedding photography.

    Quote Originally Posted by kenyoung View Post
    Hi I'm doing a wedding photoshoot sometime in the later part of the year.

    I have a question,
    What equipment should I bring along for the whole day (make up, picking up of bride, vows, dinner, everything else)?

    Tips for wedding photography would also be greatly appreciated. =)

    Thanks.
    If you are the main photogr I am sure you will do great and will not cause anguish and disappointment to the couple.

    If you are the wannabe calling yourself 'backup photographer' I am sure you will do very well too and will not cause frustration and inconvenience to the professional photog hired.

    I wish you good luck in your plan and recommend you this ebook (free download)

    Download magazine How to Take Great Digital Photos of Your Friends Wedding

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