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    Quote Originally Posted by Gikens View Post
    Yes I m aware of tat, but for the time being I guess my 28-80 or 18-270 can still help abit.
    28mm is still quite tight on a crop.

    24mm (FF) is best suitable for table shots imo.

    it might be worth for u to rent a FF body + 24-70 (for the wider aperture) on the wedding dinner. plus your own D7000 + 18-270 for general shots in the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinned79

    28mm is still quite tight on a crop.

    24mm (FF) is best suitable for table shots imo.

    it might be worth for u to rent a FF body + 24-70 (for the wider aperture) on the wedding dinner. plus your own D7000 + 18-270 for general shots in the day.
    Noted.. Tks for the advise.

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    You may be lacking a wider lens to cover dinner table shots.
    28mm can be ok to do it provided you can arrange the ppl to squeeze up and stand back a little. But its a bit risky.
    24mm is ok, even on APS-C from personal experience.
    Main thing is to use your voice to direct the guests to the position you want.

    If you use flash, the super zoom may be the lens to use.
    Main thing is that you need to be familiar with whatever equipment you decide to use that day.
    Flash is a must. Learn to use it properly
    (ie. expose for bkgnd; flash compensation; bounce flash, etc) .



    Gd luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam
    You may be lacking a wider lens to cover dinner table shots.
    28mm can be ok to do it provided you can arrange the ppl to squeeze up and stand back a little. But its a bit risky.
    24mm is ok, even on APS-C from personal experience.
    Main thing is to use your voice to direct the guests to the position you want.

    If you use flash, the super zoom may be the lens to use.
    Main thing is that you need to be familiar with whatever equipment you decide to use that day.
    Flash is a must. Learn to use it properly
    (ie. expose for bkgnd; flash compensation; bounce flash, etc) .

    Gd luck
    Tks bro, note taken. Will be trying to practice with flash these few day. But bro wat r the Lens u think I should bring along with me? Which lens should I use for march in, dinner etc... Below is the lens I have.
    Nikon 50 1.8
    Nikon 28-80
    Tamron 18-270 PZD
    Soligor 100-300
    Pls share ur idea if u have only these lens to play with. Tks again.
    Last edited by Gikens; 5th September 2011 at 09:18 AM.

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    Anyone know the phone number of TK photo in funna centre?

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    Go Google tk...
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange
    Go Google tk...
    Oh... Ok tks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gikens View Post
    Tks bro, note taken. Will be trying to practice with flash these few day. But bro wat r the Lens u think I should bring along with me? Which lens should I use for march in, dinner etc... Below is the lens I have.
    Nikon 50 1.8
    Nikon 28-80
    Tamron 18-270 PZD
    Soligor 100-300
    Pls share ur idea if u have only these lens to play with. Tks again.
    With a flash, I'd used the 18-270 as the main lens, though of course its not the best lens in terms of sharpness and speed.
    The 28-80 can be used too, but its not a fast lens either. It may or may not be wide enough for table shots as mentioned above.
    BTW, will the venue have high ceiling such that its not possible to bounce the flash?

    Here is some last minute read up for you on flash photography:
    http://neilvn.com/tangents/flash-pho...hy-techniques/

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam

    With a flash, I'd used the 18-270 as the main lens, though of course its not the best lens in terms of sharpness and speed.
    The 28-80 can be used too, but its not a fast lens either. It may or may not be wide enough for table shots as mentioned above.
    BTW, will the venue have high ceiling such that its not possible to bounce the flash?

    Here is some last minute read up for you on flash photography:
    http://neilvn.com/tangents/flash-pho...hy-techniques/
    I m not sure is it a high ceiling but I think the bounce card do help in tis area. The flash I using is Nissan i622. Btw tks for the link too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gikens View Post
    I m not sure is it a high ceiling but I think the bounce card do help in tis area. The flash I using is Nissan i622. Btw tks for the link too.
    if its very high ceiling, bounce card also not much use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinned79 View Post
    if its very high ceiling, bounce card also not much use.
    Depends on how large is the bounce card
    A4 sized one, is still highly usable.

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