in fact, it's my xmas wish list this year.
thinking of getting the WT3 to wirelessly transmit the pics to my home desktop.
i'm not a pro, and i dont cover events.i merely shoot my friend's wedding for fun, so i doubt i'll get a laptop just for that.
the downside of heavy, uncomfy never worries me.cos i always have good friends who are always willing to lug my equipment for me when i shoot weddings or outdoor portraiture.
WHAT on EARTH ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT!
Raw or JPEG, still must learn the basic. For those who depend on raw processing to salvage bad shot, well, their picture must suck, but then it is not a reason to deny all others who want to learn the wonder of shooting raw.
By the way, shooting is not just exposure alone!
Raw format should be use when you want to extract as much data from your digital capture.
they shoot raw and batch process everything or just accept the default settings.
What a waste or time
the camera is able to do in real time as the image is captured
when the slides are placed on a lightbox, that's it either it is right or wrong
You can't compare the shooting of a Jpeg to a slide, it's not the same. And even for those slide users, I believe some shoot the scene with a DSLR, get the readings and then shoot the slide in that setting. So is that a form of cheating?
Whatever the format you end up with, you're the one deciding how you like the picture and how you should be exposing the picture.
shoot in Raw then after reading so much on this forum.. I started out with wedding in Raw also ..Not that confindent persay with my exposure. it wasnt that easy to do conversion during the last few years while i have a old and slow comp.
Now I only do it in jpeg. After a long while of perfecting the exposure and knowing how much I have to take and what can i throw if that not the shot that i din want. with LR is a added advantage in jpeg. If ur exposure if ur exposure is almost there. Just throw away the unwanted photo and just export the rest. It the work flow that is important now for me .
actually and personally, I dun find that exposure should be the main concern in shooting weddings leh.
If you are still unsure of what mode to use, I think you will not learn much by shooting wedding as most of the time you will be meddling with the technical issues.
I think concentrate on the wedding itself is better - composition, the people, the ceremony.
If you keep on thinking of technical issues, I dunno if you will enjoy the wedding itself.
Dunno if I am making sense or not.