Schwetty 2nd shoot again

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  1. Robin Usagani

    Robin Usagani Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I like 2nd shooting. This one I second shoot for Lia Supatra. Just want to share some favorites.

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    I like the upside down kid on the pew and the kids dancing. the bride/groom series is nice as well, but you always do nice at those. The kids are cooler to me.

    do you find it "funner" and less stressing which enables you to have fun as a 2nd shooter?
     
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    oh, and I really like the b&w of bride in gallery, nice shot.
     
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    Some nice shots! Since you didn't number them.. I like xxxxx and also xxxxx ! ;)
     
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    Great series of photographs, there are so many amazing photos collection.
     
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    A few are quite good. Some, aren't really my cup of tea. By not numbering them, I assume you aren't looking for C&C, so, thanks for sharing.

    Did have a question though, and it may be a regional type of thing, but in general, we cannot move around as much as you obviously do during a ceremony. Even when I have some freedom of movement, I try to avoid it as much as possible so that I'm not a distraction, but you seem to be moving all over the place. Is it just not that big of a deal where you live?
     
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    So what if your photos are better than the primary shooter? Is the primary shooter like "you jerk."
     
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    no.14 is wooooow!!! any off camera lights?
     
  9. Robin Usagani

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    When I am the main shooter, I always focus to get important stuff. When I 2nd shoot, I like to experiment with things.

    Thanks, xxxxx is my favorite too :)

    Thank you.

    I always ask where we can be. This Catholic church is a little different. The altar is right in the middle. Of course I would go around 360 degree. For weddings that are not at a church/temple, there are no rules really. I dont mind getting up close and personal once in a while.

    I am not sure what you are saying.. Most of my primary shooters are really good.

    No, only light from the gallery.
     
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    Man looks like everyone is using VSCO film for post processing nowadays.

    Just a couple of things my man:

    #9 the shadow cast on the buttom right I think can do without. If you crop it out I think the composition would actually look more interesting.

    #15 The bride looks good but looks like you got the groom in between poses - I wouldn't include it in your portfolio. Also a little underexposed.


    Rest looks pretty good for second shooting man. I like how you let the shutter run on #5.
     
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    Nice work Robin; love the idea in #1 (or is that #X?).
     
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    I really like #7 and #1. Great ideas. Overall it is a very nice collection.
     

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