Need advice on Wedding shooting!!


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I going to attend my friend's wedding and I plan to shoot some wedding photo. I need help in what setting I should use and what kind of equipment I should use... please cc me ...thk:)
 

Rashkae

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The equipment you have now is good enough. Just read the events photography guide.

At most you may want to buy/rent an external flash. And stay ot of the way of the official photogs.
 

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Are you going as a guest? Or are you going as a backup backup photographer upon request from the bride/groom? If the former, stay well clear out of the way of the paid toga but watch what he/she does. You'll probably need something with some reach and preferably fast glass. Rent or borrow the required lenses if you can. Should the toga be taking a tight portrait, perhaps do the opposite and go wide and vice versa.
 

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if the bride and groom are not expecting you to take photos, just bring a point and shoot camera since that way less chance of getting in the way of primary and any secondary photographers.
 

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if you're an invited guest, would you wanna spend your time snapping away ? shouldn't you be enjoying the banquet and catching up with family and friends or enjoy the atmosphere ?

i'd bring a PnS camera and shoot , if i bring my dslr i'd definitely just use it for normal snapshots. if it was me, i'd just sit down and watch what the AD photographer(s) are doing
 

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The equipment you have now is good enough. Just read the events photography guide.

At most you may want to buy/rent an external flash. And stay ot of the way of the official photogs.
nice piece of advice.. and :)
hahaha i like the 2nd sentence. hahaha hm..
 

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