Rummage in the dress shoot .. and question about handheld projectors

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  1. Jaeger

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    Hey guys, as I mentioned in my welcome post, I shoot for The White Tie Photography .. Did a "trash the dress" type shoot and thought I'd share.. Lots of images so they're below.

    Also, I have a question about handheld projectors. We've been looking in to purchasing an aaxa p2 handheld projector after reading a review on gadling...
    Gadling gear review - Aaxa Technologies P2 pico projector | Gadling.com

    now, do any of you have experience in using these for like outside of a wedding hall or on a smokers patio? I'm also thinking like slideshow use when we give them the batch of pictures...or even as a gift as part of the package... Just wondering what the quality is on these projectors...

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    I like Image #6, kinda reminds me of a fashion shoot. I donno about everyone else but your pictures are too big.
     
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    I like 1 & 6
    And I don't really know much about projectors as I'm pretty new to photography, but great shots
     
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    thank you. Those were actually all taken with natural lighting and built in flash. My sb900 didn't arrive in time for that shoot.
     
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    Those are nice pictures indeed, I'm sure they would look great on a projector.
     
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    Love image 6 and 1. great shots!
     

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