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    Default Re: Sufficient for a Malay wedding coverage?

    10-22mm
    85mm f1.8 or 50mm f1.4

    i think enuff uh..

    when everyone is cramming in the small room for pictures...UWA lenses will be extremely useful


    the last one i helped out..i just brought a flash...17-40..and 70-200...but honestly...i end up using the 17-40 the most....to me...the wider..the better..

    oh yuh...best if u have 2 bodies...but dun have...1 more than enuff...honestly..malay weddings..u'd end up using ure widest ones the most...
    Last edited by ardnirun; 4th August 2009 at 11:58 AM.
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    Default Re: Sufficient for a Malay wedding coverage?

    thanks to bro joe, i secured the 24-70 L and tokina 11-16 + 580 EX flash for the wedding from CameraRental (woohoo)!

    I still am not sure if i should change the tokina with the canon 10-22 (any input?)

    My other cousin will lend his 350D.

    Phew!

    Now left to scout for 50mm 1.4 and all is done. Make do with whatever there is man :/
    Last edited by velasco; 4th August 2009 at 04:19 PM.

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    If indoor 11-16 should be better. the 1 mm lost is ok, to me.

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    i once thought 17mm was very wide...until i actually took pictures of the groom putting on the bride's ring..considering how small HDB rooms are....i end up being pushed forward by the large crowd of relatives...space between me and bride..abt 10-20cm...maybe my fault also arh..virgin at events u see

    at that time..i wished i had a 10mm...

    need good crowd control skills...make ure presence felt..especially in the group shots..the nikah part generally

    me being malay myself..i think relatives in malay weddings tend to be a tad socially insensitive to the photographer who is doing his job..

    luckily the bride opened her mouth...

    also...bring a good towel...hehe
    Last edited by ardnirun; 4th August 2009 at 09:41 PM.
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    U need to control the situation not the other way round. Good luck bro.
    PS: My own wedding in a few more days; National Day.

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    Default Re: Sufficient for a Malay wedding coverage?

    for TS...i think ure set up is enuff...no need to worry so much

    try to go focally wide as possible during the nikah....its gonna be very cramped...other than that...just go snapping away..

    wats important is sleep...batteries...and that your equipment don't fail...everything else will fall into place...i think also applies to everything else..
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    since you already have a partner, back up camera may not be an issue. But if you have a small P n S, you may just bring it with you. Who knows, it may just comes in handy when needed.

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