Melissa & Landon's Wedding

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  1. twocolor

    twocolor No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Here is another couple I had the opportunity to follow from engagment thru wedding! They were married at this beautiful renovated church!

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    10. The bride's room
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    more on my flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/10893020@N00/
     
  2. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Some nice shots here. I was just laughing at #7...the groomsman has flowers growing out of his head :lol:

    I was thinking that it would be annoying to have a mirror directly behind/in front of where they were conducting the wedding...but it might also make for some great shots if they are facing that way.
     
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    3,8,10...amazing shots.
     
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    Very nice pictures. What equipment did you use for this?
     
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    A great set of pictures! The bride should be very happy.:D

    I, too, am curious to the equip used. I'm trying to do better at indoor photography and want to learn! ;)
     
  6. twocolor

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    Thanks for the compliments!

    When I shoot a wedding ceremony I take 2 cameras, my Pentax K20D and my Pentax istDL. I put my 18-55 mm lens on the K20 and a telephoto 70-300mm on the istDL. They both hang around my neck so that I can grab the telephoto for any close-ups and I use the 18-55 for general stuff. In this case, there was no flash used. ISO was 400. The room was surrounded in windows, giving off plenty of natural light. I did grab my off camera flash for some at the reception as the lighting got worse.
     
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    I think #9 (flower girl) is the best one, even with those miscellaneous items (brush, water bottle, kleenex box) in frame. She's adorable (probably a brat, though...:lol:...j/k).

    Great job.
     
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    What do you have the aperture set on with the iso at 400? Thanks for your help so far! I shoot with a Nikon but I can still learn from this.:D
     
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    Once again Twocolor great pix they all are great......
     

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