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    xxxger, ur posts are always so "interesting" to read.

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    hehe .... you worry too much le, since you are using the 20D, you just insert a 1G memory card, keep snapping ... shoot at least 30 photo for each couple/relatives/elder ... sure have a few can show people one wor ....
    Wah! Like that also not too bad. But you have to make sure all are positioned near window with a sunny day outside. If not, you don't need a flash, ... but a sun to carry around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxxger
    hehe .... you worry too much le, since you are using the 20D, you just insert a 1G memory card, keep snapping ... shoot at least 30 photo for each couple/relatives/elder ... sure have a few can show people one wor ....
    Siao har!!?

    30 photos for one couple. you really make me laugh.

    why not say 3 photographers to shoot a tea ceremony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jOhO
    xxxger, ur posts are always so "interesting" to read.
    Thank you manz !!!!
    cos i am a interesting cat mah ... hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    Siao har!!?

    30 photos for one couple. you really make me laugh.

    why not say 3 photographers to shoot a tea ceremony.
    hehe ... 30 photo in jpeg lar, not in raw lor ...
    actually 3 photographers also not bad ... but need to post a thread here, say " Newbies now are given a chance to learn, 2 (newbie) photographer are allow to attach along with me ...... "
    Scarli heng heng can quote the couple for extras $600, cos 3 'professional' photographer are shooting wor ....
    But if on those HOT dates, ... maybe cannot get the extras photographer wor ...

    Maybe i am too navie le ... hehe cos i am newbies lor ....

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    f8 and be there

    tsk tsk. pro quote..

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    is F8 really necessary? when shooting WA... DOF not quite crucial?

    I'd prefer M mode, ~F4, ISO400, 1/60 to 1/80 to unposed shots, down to 1/30 for posed shots. Outdoor, A mode, can down to F8 ISO100 in good light for sharp sharp pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxxger
    hehe ... 30 photo in jpeg lar, not in raw lor ...
    actually 3 photographers also not bad ... but need to post a thread here, say " Newbies now are given a chance to learn, 2 (newbie) photographer are allow to attach along with me ...... "
    Scarli heng heng can quote the couple for extras $600, cos 3 'professional' photographer are shooting wor ....
    But if on those HOT dates, ... maybe cannot get the extras photographer wor ...

    Maybe i am too navie le ... hehe cos i am newbies lor ....

    wow ... so many rare posters in my topic lolz ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by di0nysus
    is F8 really necessary? when shooting WA... DOF not quite crucial?

    I'd prefer M mode, ~F4, ISO400, 1/60 to 1/80 to unposed shots, down to 1/30 for posed shots. Outdoor, A mode, can down to F8 ISO100 in good light for sharp sharp pictures.
    f8 is generally good guarantee for edgeedge sharpness.



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    Quote Originally Posted by di0nysus
    is F8 really necessary? when shooting WA... DOF not quite crucial?

    I'd prefer M mode, ~F4, ISO400, 1/60 to 1/80 to unposed shots, down to 1/30 for posed shots. Outdoor, A mode, can down to F8 ISO100 in good light for sharp sharp pictures.
    Do a search about the origin of "f8, be there!" you will know what I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    Do a search about the origin of "f8, be there!" you will know what I mean.
    iirc its NG. the photog's fav phrase..

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    MOST importantly is the parents and grandparents of the groom and bride. The rest can take, take. Cannot take then bo bian loh. But the part that parents and grandparents are IMPORTANT.

    Regards

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