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    Great lens ShyanL.....

    But 50 mm 1.2 is better...great lens with powerfull bokeh........just make sure your eyes is good...don't miss the target...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vert Wheeler View Post
    Great lens ShyanL.....

    But 50 mm 1.2 is better...great lens with powerfull bokeh........just make sure your eyes is good...don't miss the target...
    f1.2 = big hole in pocket =p

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    To add the damage of 50mm f1.2, I will say 85mm f/1.2 II. For Wedding, the bokeh is even more imba, so is the speed. Muhahahahahahahhaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by wootsk View Post
    To add the damage of 50mm f1.2, I will say 85mm f/1.2 II. For Wedding, the bokeh is even more imba, so is the speed. Muhahahahahahahhaha

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    500 damage? 500+++ dollars you mean


    Seen the godly powers of the 50mm f1.2 two weeks ago. They are not to be trifled with


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vert Wheeler View Post
    I'd prefer to used lens with small aperture such as like 1.2...
    Big aperture, small f-number.

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    Anyone has sample of 50mm F1.2?

    I am keen to see the bokeh of the camera at f1.2 and how crisp or sharp the pictures are....

    Is what you pay really what u get? =p

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShyanL View Post
    Anyone has sample of 50mm F1.2?

    I am keen to see the bokeh of the camera at f1.2 and how crisp or sharp the pictures are....

    Is what you pay really what u get? =p
    Try searching the lens name in flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrericlee View Post
    But it is true that the best way to learn is from mistakes.
    You can't effort to make mistake in anyone's wedding, it is such an important day, it can't do it again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel82 View Post
    Thanks guy. Just discuss with my bro this morning, he will employ a guy to take video. For photo taking, he will let me try. He won't complain if photo not nice. won't feel pressure liao. haha.. But i'll try to search some info from goggle and youtube too. Thanks
    Wow, are you new to photography or simply new to wedding photography? Thats quite some responsibility there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahbian View Post
    Wow, are you new to photography or simply new to wedding photography? Thats quite some responsibility there.
    If new to both, that's even more responsibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotoudavid View Post
    My advise, hire one to do the job, he will not regret, imagine his wife complain then how are u going to answer??

    It may damage the relationship with them and not worth it. It will happen worse if ur brother defend u, and u know........the wife may use this reason to find abit trouble here and there in the future.

    If u will face them the rest of ur live, better get some one to do.

    Not to discourage, but speaking from experience, i never handle my own relatives and friends weddings cos i know keeping a good relationships is far more important.

    Have seem my cousin's parents complaining to my parents abt the poor job the other relative take for them, so i sigh.....want free and goodies and still complain.

    Anyway, up to u to decide.
    I agree to this fully. Unless you are 100% certain that you can deliver an exceptional job (and from what you are writing, I get the feeling you can't be 100% certain), ask your brother to hire a pro.

    Shooting a wedding is no joke. It is hard work, and it is work where you cannot miss a vital moment, and calls for 100% attention at almost all times from 6:00AM to 11:30PM.

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    if you asking of how to shoot a wedding, can go to National Library to look for a book, title is "How to take great digital photos of your friend's wedding". It will have step by step info.

    Now come to the part of should you take up this task......

    first thing is to tell you, most guys is bo chup type, so don't think wedding day photos is important, best is get if free, as long got picture come out can liao.

    do you think you are very confident to produce nice nice photos for them?

    so just put yourself in your sister in law shoes, would you want your future husband to do the same thing to you?

    Just to remind you, you will still see them at least every week, if not every Chinese New Year.

    If you can answer all above in "Yes"! just go ahead and shoot your brother wedding.
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    btw, no further post from me in this thread, people are sick of listening to old broken records.
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