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  1. LittleMan

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    I am in total shock right now... my very good friend just sent me an email and told me she's getting married. I JUST found out and I really can't believe it.
    She of course asked me to be the Photographer... but I am just in total shock... It will be this 2007 so I have a while to prepare.

    Y'all know her from one of my photos I've shown you before.

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    I am just really freaked out.... in shock... :meh:
     
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    It's one of those signs that tells you you're getting older!:D

    Looks like it may be time to get some practice in then? :lol:
     
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    man, all my friends are getting married.... I'm going to have a lot of business! :lmao:
     
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    After the "marriage" phase comes the baby & christening phase!:thumbup: Then when you get over 60 you'll see more funerals than weddings or christenings put together!:confused:
     
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    oh boy! I have a lot to look forward to! :meh:



    :lmao:
     
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    crazy, man. crazy.


    at least you have business though...?
     
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    Hmmm...I say that DSLR is in order :D
     
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    crap she's taken....

    On another note, Good luck with that, at least you get to go to some. I'm a little wedding stagnant at the moment.
     
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    heheh wow! so how old is she??? :D
     
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    17, she'll be 18 or 19 when she gets married.

    I was thinking last night... All the lenses I have is a 50mm :confused: I probably need something longer right? 100-150?
    What will I need?
     
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    you'll have plenty of time to get new equipment, so that's good :D


    that 50mm will be a great lens to have because of its 1.4 aperture. a wide zoom lens is good for group shots and some photojournalistic stuff (depending on your style). something in the 17 or 18mm range on the wide end is a good idea IMO. canon has loads of great long lenses to look into. You'll want a 2.8 lens, trust me. A 70-200 2.8 would be ideal, but those get pricey. Canon's older 80-200 2.8 is much cheaper and is considered canon's sharpest zoom lens. you could also get a 200mm 2.8 prime for a good price if you look around...you'll probably want the flexibility of a zoom though. but all you really need is that 50mm. You can pretty much make any lens work, it just depends on what you're going for.
     
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    Thanks thebeginning...
    but if I use the 50mm during the wedding will I get in the way of everything having to be so close? Or is it an OK distance being 5-10 feet away? (for the during the wedding photos)
    I've never done this before so I'm wondering how it all works...
     

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