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    Default Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

    After reading some threads, suddenly this whole scenario came into my mind

    Boy love photography, joined CS.
    Girl love photography, joined CS.

    Boy and Girl met through CS, fall in love and decided to get married.

    Being closed to CS-ers in their group, all of their guests for the wedding are from CS.

    On their AD/banquet, Every guest is seen holding onto a SLR...

    Quite scary for that to happen right?? Should be a bad thing unless they did not hire a pro.

    Or in this case, is it redundant to hire a pro?
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    Default Re: Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

    thread moved to kopitiam

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    Default Re: Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

    a pro is always needed, as the guests will not be there to cover all the important moments

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    Errr... whats so scary? Unless both the couple also still hold a DSLR each with their wedding costumes la
    Already abused my D40 and D80 for my flickr

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    Default Re: Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

    Quote Originally Posted by brenton View Post
    After reading some threads, suddenly this whole scenario came into my mind

    Boy love photography, joined CS.
    Girl love photography, joined CS.

    Boy and Girl met through CS, fall in love and decided to get married.

    Being closed to CS-ers in their group, all of their guests for the wedding are from CS.

    On their AD/banquet, Every guest is seen holding onto a SLR...

    Quite scary for that to happen right?? Should be a bad thing unless they did not hire a pro.

    Or in this case, is it redundant to hire a pro?
    And after the banquet..the boy realize..its only a Wedding outing to test out wedding photography..
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    Default Re: Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

    scary as pictures would be taken practically every second?


    and yeah if the bride and groom also holding to their dslr, damn crappy lor.
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    Default Re: Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

    Quote Originally Posted by brenton View Post
    After reading some threads, suddenly this whole scenario came into my mind

    Boy love photography, joined CS.
    Girl love photography, joined CS.

    Boy and Girl met through CS, fall in love and decided to get married.

    Being closed to CS-ers in their group, all of their guests for the wedding are from CS.

    On their AD/banquet, Every guest is seen holding onto a SLR...

    Quite scary for that to happen right?? Should be a bad thing unless they did not hire a pro.

    Or in this case, is it redundant to hire a pro?
    I haven't been invited to a CSer couple wedding yet.

    Who wants to be the first to do the honour?

    My Ang Pow will contain gift vouchers to camera shop.

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    Default Re: Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

    erm...not likely for this to happen...1 in a million chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon_84 View Post
    erm...not likely for this to happen...1 in a million chance
    I think there may be one here who shows abnormal intense interest for a tyre lady.

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