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    I am also doing a wedding day shoot for a friend this monthend. Never did that before....have insisted to them to get a pro instead, but still.....
    Only church and tea ceremony shots. No night shots though.

    So, I would like to ask for some expert advise. I don't have a tremendous system...quite limited in terms of strength. Hope someone can give some advise.

    F60
    SB22S
    35mm
    24-85mm
    80-200mm

    Question:
    Film? (no night shot though)
    Common aperture?

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    I did ask a similar question a few months back. Probably you can check it out, there are some good tips there from the pros.

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...threadid=10759

    Good luck with you shoot.
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    For film I would suggest you go for the Fuji Superia 400. It shld be enough to cover. Have used Supra400 b4 and find the colour not as vibrant as the Superia.

    As for aperature, try to use the widest or so to bring the subject out or unless going for group shots then.......

    Well just my $0.02.

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    Originally posted by Bluestrike
    For film I would suggest you go for the Fuji Superia 400. It shld be enough to cover. Have used Supra400 b4 and find the colour not as vibrant as the Superia.

    As for aperature, try to use the widest or so to bring the subject out or unless going for group shots then.......

    Well just my $0.02.
    That film has one problem. Slight oversaturation.

    Regards
    CK

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    Originally posted by ckiang


    That film has one problem. Slight oversaturation.

    Regards
    CK
    you mean the superia or supra?
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