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    Default Wedding Photography - How to?

    Just got appointed as a spare wedding photographer (spare as in she has an official paid one, but wants another to capture those 'mood' shots) by my colleague. Yippee! No money involved, just doing her a favour.

    Problem being, i've never done this before.

    Will be using film. Either NPH400 and/or Tri-X. Got a soft filter that i might use. (when do you use it?). + Bounce flash. + Tripod.

    And how would i be able to create those non-traditional-mood shots?

    What are the things i would need to look out for? Tips? Hints?

    Any websites for referrence? Samples?

    All help appreciated!

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    Wah, lucky guy! My kaki all married or confirmed single already. No more chance.

    You should go for the photojournalistic shots.

    http://www.capecodweddingphotographe...portfolio.html

    http://monphoto.com/phojo.html

    http://www.bostonimages.com/

    http://www.dtuckerphoto.com/

    And lots more here:

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...listic+wedding

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    Originally posted by StreetShooter
    Wah, lucky guy! My kaki all married or confirmed single already. No more chance.
    You still have your daughter and son, right?


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    Default Re: Wedding Photography - How to?

    Originally posted by rochkoh
    Just got appointed as a spare wedding photographer (spare as in she has an official paid one, but wants another to capture those 'mood' shots) by my colleague. Yippee! No money involved, just doing her a favour.
    Wow! Congrad !!! So lucky of you....or rather it is the Recognition of your skill.
    BTW, What kind of lens you planning to use? AF 50 mm 1.8 ?
    Looking forward to see some of your works.....

    Oh yeah...aren't you looking for the MC-7 teleconverter?
    Sorry to borrow this thread.
    So is the MC-7, a Nikon's accessory?
    Me Never hear B 4 ....
    Care to give me some inputs?

    Thanks
    Last edited by scanner; 14th May 2002 at 06:16 PM.

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    For wedding/indoor event photography, I usually use manual mode...

    F3.5 - 5
    1/30s to 1/60s
    Bounce flash card

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    Great Stuff StreetShooter!

    Thanks for them links. Will surf from there.

    Any tips on what to look out for?



    Originally posted by StreetShooter
    Wah, lucky guy! My kaki all married or confirmed single already. No more chance.

    You should go for the photojournalistic shots.

    http://www.capecodweddingphotographe...portfolio.html

    http://monphoto.com/phojo.html

    http://www.bostonimages.com/

    http://www.dtuckerphoto.com/

    And lots more here:

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...listic+wedding

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