Gardens of Cranesbury View, Hill Country Wedding

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Very different venue than what I'm used to for Texas with immaculate manicured gardens and mansion. It was beautiful. Lots more images on my blog. Second shooting for Mint Photography.


1. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/4.5 @ 24 mm, 1/2500, ISO 400, No Flash
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2. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/3.5 @ 50 mm, 1/160, ISO 1000, No Flash
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3. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 70 mm, 1/4000, ISO 2500, No Flash
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4. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 50 mm, 1/160, ISO 2500, No Flash
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5. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 41 mm, 1/3200, ISO 2500, No Flash
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6. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 25 mm, 1/1600, ISO 2500, No Flash
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7. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 75 mm, 1/3200, ISO 1000, No Flash
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8. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 200 mm, 1/3200, ISO 1000, No Flash
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9. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 150 mm, 1/2500, ISO 1000
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10. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 168 mm, 1/1250, ISO 1000
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11. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 88 mm, 1/1000, ISO 800, No Flash
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12. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 88 mm, 1/1000, ISO 800, No Flash
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13. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/6.3 @ 80 mm, 1/8000, ISO 800, No Flash
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14. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 88 mm, 1/1600, ISO 800, No Flash
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15. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/3.2 @ 70 mm, 1/8000, ISO 800, No Flash
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16. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 67 mm, 1/200, ISO 1000, Flash
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17. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 50 mm, 1/200, ISO 800, Flash
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18. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 63 mm, 1/200, ISO 1000, Flash
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19. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 24 mm, 1/60, ISO 5000, Flash
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Impressed me your photos. Such a clean and climate. The bride looks stunning on them. In my opinion it is unfortunate, but touched. wonderful job
 
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Very nice pictures, but the bride doesn't look very happy.


Oh trust me, she was uber happy and excited! I wasn't with the girls for the getting ready and putting on the dress shots, but she's positively giddy in those. I think she just looked a little more serious at ceremony time (nerves maybe?) and the primary shooter never directs a lot of "smile for the camera" stuff during formals. A few for mom and dad of course. The traditional stuff. But she was so very happy. Maybe I'll grab a couple more to reassure you :)

Thanks for the comments!
 
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A couple more - happy bride :) Feel better? ;)

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These are really lovely but I am having trouble understanding your ISO/Shutter speed combos..?? Almost all of them are ridiculously fast shutterspeeds and high ISO??? The shoes for instance.. ISO 2500 and shutterspeed 1/4000 for stationary shoes?? lol
 
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Usually that happens if I'm going in and outside really quickly doing detail shots, and we're really short on time. The primary I work with wants to use flash as little as possible so I've pretty much always got the iso cranked up if I'm indoors. I probably ran outside with the shoes and the quickest thing was just to adjust shutter since I was heading right back indoors. My settings for weddings are often very different than what I would choose in the controlled environment of a portrait setting. Most weddings I'm running. So if the exposure looks ok, then histogram is ok, chimping shows its sharp, I'm not really too concerned about the numbers.
 

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