A pretty bride sure doesn't hurt (48 Images)

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  1. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Thanks! I'm a single shooter (with my wife assisting). One camera body (D4), with a variety of lenses. Mostly my 35 1.4g, 85 f1.4g, 70-200, 60mm marco, and the wide one is my 16-35mm f4 VR.


     
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    Awesome man. June 7th is my first wedding as a second shooter, I hope to emulate the images you produce.
     
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    Wow, those are really nice!

    The only one I have a problem with is the one with the Groom and all the Groomsmen. Was there not a better place to shoot that?"
     
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    Beautiful photos and you're right, a beautiful bride doesn't hurt :)
     
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    Great images. How did you light the reception shots? Looks like 1 off camera? Wife holding?
     
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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Thanks! And yes, one off camera light. Sometimes a flash, sometimes a video light.
     
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    Nice set. Very nice composition.
     
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    Could you tell me what your settings were for the sparkler picture?
     
  9. skiboarder72

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    One off camera flash behind the couple, 1/100th of a second, ISO 1600, f2.8, 70-200 @ 100ish
     
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    This one is truly one of experienced discussion for me because of I have authentically found some of great wedding photographs here. Exclusive Wedding photographs shows the greater ability of photographer. I have found complete emotion and timing in those pictures. Really Exceptional Job and this one is also inspirational way for the Wedding photographers.
     
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    Super stuff! Nothing like a pretty bride to make your images really shine!
     

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