My day assisting a wedding photographer.

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  1. ScottS

    ScottS TPF Noob!

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    And i loved every minute of it. It happened a while ago, and i finally got done editing the pictures. ( i gave a copy of all the images i took to the photographer immediately after the wedding )

    My main job was to assist the photographer, so i didn't have a lot of time to shoot, but i did get some good, spontaneous shots. :D


    1. The bride has 2 kids already, as seen below they were right there with the bride and groom.
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    2. They had a photo of the brides parents when they got married, and wanted to duplicate it as much as possible. That's why this one looks different. I wish i would have snapped a photo of the original so you could see how similar they are! :mrgreen:
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    3. The bride. Bouncing the flash off the wall with a fill card. This shot was used in the dress designers book.
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    4. The bride again. ( looks a bit dark, ill have to fix that. )
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    5. They meet on the staircase.
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    6. Taking a break while getting ready. Amongst the chaos.
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    7. Dancing!
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    8. The ROCKS! :hail:
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  2. Big Mike

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

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    Looks like you got some great shots.

    As files to give the client, I think they are good (room for different crops) but as they are here...I think that you could crop tighter on most of them.
     
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    Thanks Big Mike! :mrgreen:
     
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    Wow Scott!! This was the $4mil wedding?!
    The photos look great!!!
     
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    Thanks!
    Yea this was the big one. Haha I think they spent most of their money on the food for the guests. Fillet mignon (sp?) and lobster tail for a main course, with a gourmet desert.

    Oh and 2 open bars. :er:

    I would say that there was a grand total of about... 150-200 people attending.
     
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    Which lens did you use?
     
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    some nice shots.

    on #7...why does it look like the kid has no legs?
     
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    The lenses i used were,
    My normal quantaray 18-125
    Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR. (amazing lens)

    In #7 it looks like she has no legs partially because she is searing black tights and black shoes, and I also cut them out of the picture accidentally. :) oops.
     
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    Well you did a great job Scottyboy! Are there any other photos you care to share?
     

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