Wedding Stuff (56k no-no)

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  1. woodsac

    woodsac TPF Noob!

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    Figured it was time I post up some wedding stuff. These are all from the same wedding. I'm posting smaller shots than normal cause there's so many.

    Tried to keep them all in order to try and give everyone an idea of how the day went. This was a long, busy 8 hours...but boy was it fun! This couple was great :thumbsup:

    These aren't necessarily the best, they're just a few that I enjoy. If this is way too slow let me know and I'll break it up into 2 posts. I just wanted to share a lot of photos from this one :D


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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Amazing!
    Did you have to see all these scenes (in the case of un-posed photos of "scenes"), recognise them for what they offered to you photography-wise, know what angle-lens-exposure was right and take the photo while everything around you just went on at its own pace - and you just HAD TO be this good to see, recognise, decide and shoot? If so, then I will dig myself a hole and hide in there for the rest of my life!!! :oops: I am in deepest awe!
     
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    12 is amazing.
     
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    holga girl TPF Noob!

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    these are amazing. 6 is my fav.
     
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    subimatt TPF Noob!

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    Great photos, thanks for sharing!
     
  6. woodsac

    woodsac TPF Noob!

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    Thanks so much!! This was my first "big" wedding. It was chaotic. Over 300 guests. We were only going to have 45 minutes of daylight for outdoor shots...and the wedding started 35 minutes late :er: Oh...and it was 112F outside!!!

    So...at the point of photo #12...I was pulling rabbits out of my hat cause it was pitch black out :lmao: But the bride liked the "flare" in the shots so it all worked out.
     
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    Tangerini TPF Noob!

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    These are lovely! :)
     
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    Awesome stuff Woodsack!!!!!!!
     
  9. woodsac

    woodsac TPF Noob!

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    Thanks again!

    Corinna, I clearly see your compliment here, thank you! But, did you have a question? Sorry. If you're just asking in general if these were all taken "on the fly"...then yes :) Well, with the exception of the outdoor shots and the men indoors. I cary a couple of different lenses in pouches around my waist so I can change out quickly. The toughest thing for me is remembering to turn the flash "off". It's always on, and sometimes I don't need it :confused:
     
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    Great work as usual man! I was just thinking the other day, "Where has woodsac gone?" ALso, love the work with the fisheye. Its something you dont see in wedding shots, and you pulled it off well.
     
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    WOW.. these are amazing... you have a GREAT eye for detail.. stunning....

    Connie.....
     
  12. CrazyAva

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    Amazing! Where was this wedding located that it was 112?? Sounds like some of the weddings I shoot :lol:
     

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