Gettin' Ready

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    Love love love her expression in # 5. These are very nice Cindy!! Great job! : )
     
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    These are nice! When you shoot with a flash at weddings, do you have one of those contraptions (can't remember what they are called) that sets your flash off of the camera? If so, how far away from the camera is it?
     
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    good wedding shots elsaspet ! :thumbup:

    what pretty red hair on the bride as well!
     
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    i really like #3! its fantastic!
     
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    Thank you guys so much! Yes, she had BEAUTIFUL red hair! What a pretty girl and really sweet too. She made my job easy.:thumbup:

    Hi April! Yes, I use a flash bracket on my cameras. I use the swivel type that sticks up about 6 inches. I've got micro apollos mounted on the flashes as well to kinda soften things up a bit. The whole contraption takes a little getting used to, but once you get the hang of it, it's a snap.
     
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    I think the 5th frame is the strongest. She just looks scared and I think that is an important part of "getting ready". The light seems a tad harsh. A slow or rear flash function works best for me. This will allow a mix of available light and flash. This also allows for slow shutter times, so decide if your clients feel comfortable with soft photos. Taking a deep breath and sticking your elbows into the rib cage works wonders. Keep in mind that I have never shot a wedding.
     

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