1) Go offer your services as wedding photographer
2) Get a job at whatever price, let's just say the location is Mandarin Oriental Hotel
3) Just go around the whole hotel shooting anything but people involved in the wedding
4) Pass the clients your photos and please let us know their response (though I suspect you will be stomped)
5) In response, you can link your world-famous photographer post and let us know if they buy it
maybe for your style you can try do a pano stitch with 70-200 for table shot,
another photographer will do a 1 sec panning shot with 70-200 for table shot,
and Bonrya will shoot all the feet with 70-200 for the table shot.
be creative, think out of the box,
that's remind me of this thread, Can You Trust Your Professional Photographer?
the original article; Can You Trust Your Professional Photographer? - Los Angeles Photography | Examiner.com
This lady photographer is so bold, only half pass six still dare to fly to another state to do a assignment which have not done any similar shoot before, and some more on a unfamiliar site.
at first I find it so hard to believe, and it is so hilarious,
but when I looking back here, sama sama, we have plenty of people here doing these, it is not funny at all.
Last edited by daredevil123; 16th August 2012 at 11:44 PM.
Looks like a self-pwn thread.
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would like to thank all for the insightful comments.
I must admit that i might hv got a bit emotional too. Apologise to all.
In fact, i am just an amateur and working in a totally different line and not likely to have intention to make wedding photography or photography in general for my living.
As stated clearly in my first post, the statement is purely based on hypothesis, not based valuable experience like those from our pro bros here who are experts in their profession. It is purely based on curiosity and a desire to explore new concept as a hobbyist to photography.
the "world renown photog" quote is just an illustration of the possibilities, it is not meant to prove or confirm something, and my comments are just my opinion on some of the aspect mentioned in that quote.
If you have attended more weddings or do more in door photo shoot in places where the light condition change frequently.
You would have a very good idea what can be done and what cannot be done.
I eats, shoots & leaves
Different strokes for different folks, i guess.
I am talking about the stomp photographer... Have you seen those pictures???Originally Posted by BTBFM2