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  1. #21
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    Re: Oh %%*^^*&^&^%$%##%^$^#

    I used my brother when I got married.

    No one took pictures at the divorce.

    (I'm OK )


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  2. #22
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    Re: Oh %%*^^*&^&^%$%##%^$^#

    @moab the other option is to go half ISO half flash pointed up/bounced/just diffused and then ride 125-250 shutter to make sure you get the shots. That'll be ambient and nicely filled lighting and look, although for the actual ceremony I'd probably avoid that.

    At the same time, you have you have Df and a 750, so up to 5000 ISO is real safe as long as you post process later, so you have a ton of safety. Df w/ 85mm and 750 with a 50 can probably ride you through the whole thing.

    But on the whole convergence thing, just think about what story that might be to tell/cover - FORUM comes and helps a member out. Not unheard of, sure, but very rare and caring to the bone. (Kinda actually considering, because that would be quite the experience honestly).
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  3. #23
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    Re: Oh %%*^^*&^&^%$%##%^$^#

    Thanks for the input everyone I was hoping @kevy73 had some input aswell
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  4. #24
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    Howdy... Sorry have been away on a camping trip. Only have limited internet. Will try and be succinct.

    Personally I would use the zooms for the ceremony. Primes are too restrictive. For prep I would have your 35 and your sharpest fastest zoom.

    For pics afterwards again sharpest zoom.group shots shoot a min of f5.6 for a full group shot I usually shoot f11.

    For bridal party pics I shoot as wide as I can. Usually trying to put the sun behind the couple / bridal party to ensure shadow free faces.

    Reception I would go fast prime no flash on 1 body and fastest sharpest zoom with the flash on the other.

    My go-to settings for the flash camera is iso between 800 and 1250, f4.0 and shutter around 100. Flash for simplicity put on ttl BL set at -0.7 and see how that goes. Your flash may struggle at anything over 150mm zoom.
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  5. #25
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    Re: Oh %%*^^*&^&^%$%##%^$^#

    Quote Originally Posted by kevy73 View Post
    Howdy... Sorry have been away on a camping trip. Only have limited internet. Will try and be succinct.

    Personally I would use the zooms for the ceremony. Primes are too restrictive. For prep I would have your 35 and your sharpest fastest zoom.

    For pics afterwards again sharpest zoom.group shots shoot a min of f5.6 for a full group shot I usually shoot f11.

    For bridal party pics I shoot as wide as I can. Usually trying to put the sun behind the couple / bridal party to ensure shadow free faces.

    Reception I would go fast prime no flash on 1 body and fastest sharpest zoom with the flash on the other.

    My go-to settings for the flash camera is iso between 800 and 1250, f4.0 and shutter around 100. Flash for simplicity put on ttl BL set at -0.7 and see how that goes. Your flash may struggle at anything over 150mm zoom.
    Awesome thanks
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  6. #26
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    Re: Oh %%*^^*&^&^%$%##%^$^#

    Quote Originally Posted by kevy73 View Post
    Howdy... Sorry have been away on a camping trip. Only have limited internet. Will try and be succinct.

    Personally I would use the zooms for the ceremony. Primes are too restrictive. For prep I would have your 35 and your sharpest fastest zoom.

    For pics afterwards again sharpest zoom.group shots shoot a min of f5.6 for a full group shot I usually shoot f11.

    For bridal party pics I shoot as wide as I can. Usually trying to put the sun behind the couple / bridal party to ensure shadow free faces.

    Reception I would go fast prime no flash on 1 body and fastest sharpest zoom with the flash on the other.

    My go-to settings for the flash camera is iso between 800 and 1250, f4.0 and shutter around 100. Flash for simplicity put on ttl BL set at -0.7 and see how that goes. Your flash may struggle at anything over 150mm zoom.
    Just found out there is a covered bridge and an 1867 restored barn at the site now I have some thinking to do
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    Re: Oh %%*^^*&^&^%$%##%^$^#

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin H View Post
    Just found out there is a covered bridge and an 1867 restored barn at the site now I have some thinking to do
    Field trip!!!
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  8. #28
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    Re: Oh %%*^^*&^&^%$%##%^$^#

    Here is guide I pickup along the way and may help.

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    On your wedding day, you'll want to make sure your photographer captures those essential details you worked so hard on. To help him or her out, provide a list of "must-take" wedding photography shots. Check off your essentials below, and add any of your own creative ones. But don't check off too many you'll want the photographer to have some time for creative license.
    Wedding Photography Shots Before the Ceremony


    ___ Wedding dress lying over a chair
    ___ Zipping up or buttoning the wedding dress
    ___ Mother of the bride fastening the bride's necklace
    ___ The bride's garter
    ___ The bride's veil
    ___ A close up of the bride's shoes peeking out from under the dress
    ___ Bride looking into a mirror
    ___ Bride looking out window
    ___ Bride and bridesmaids putting on makeup
    ___ Bride pinning corsage/boutonniere on mother/father
    ___ Bride hugging parents
    ___ Bride touching up
    ___ Bride and parents leaving for ceremony
    ___ Groom tying tie
    ___ Groom looking into mirror
    ___ Bride looking out window
    ___ Groom pinning corsage/boutonniere on mother/father
    ___ Groom hugging parents
    ___ Bride and parents leaving for ceremony


    Wedding Photography Shots At the Ceremony


    ___ Outside of ceremony site
    ___ Guests walking into ceremony site
    ___ Bride and father entering ceremony site
    ___ Parents being seated
    ___ Grandparents being seated
    ___ Maid of honor walking down the aisle
    ___ Bridesmaids walking down the aisle
    ___ Flower girl and ring bearer walking down aisle
    ___ Groom waiting for bride
    ___ Ceremony musicians
    ___ Officiant
    ___ Altar or canopy during ceremony
    ___ Close up of bride, just before she makes her entrance
    ___ Bride and father walking down aisle
    ___ Groom seeing bride for first time
    ___ The back of bride and father walking down the aisle with the groom waiting in the distance
    ___ Bride's father and Bride hugging at end of aisle
    ___ Shot of the audience from the bride and groom's point of view
    ___ The unity ceremony
    ___ Close up of bride and groom saying the vows
    ___ Wide shot of bride and groom saying the vows
    ___ Exchanging the rings
    ___ Close up of hands
    ___ The kiss
    ___ Bride & Groom walking up the aisle
    ___ Receiving line
    ___ Bride & Groom outside on steps
    ___ Guests throwing confetti/rose petals/birdseed
    ___ Bride & Groom hugging guests, laughing, getting congratulations
    ___ Bride & Groom getting in car
    ___ Bride & Groom in back seat


    Posed Wedding Photography Before the Reception (These can also be taken before the ceremony)


    ___ Bride alone (full length)
    ___ Bride with Maid of Honor
    ___ Bride with bridesmaids
    ___ Groom with bridesmaids
    ___ Bride with parents
    ___ Bride & Groom together
    ___ Bride & Groom with parents
    ___ Bride & Groom with families
    ___ Bride & Groom with entire wedding party
    ___ Bride & Groom with flower girl and ringbearer
    ___ Groom with parents
    ___ Groom with best man
    ___ Groom with groomsmen
    ___ Bride with groomsmen


    During the Reception (to help your photographer, you may wish to list these shots in the order they will happen at your reception)


    ___ Outside of reception site
    ___ Bride & Groom arriving
    ___ Bride & Groom greeting guests
    ___ Table centerpieces
    ___ Table setting
    ___ Bride & Groom's table (head table)
    ___ Musicians or DJ
    ___ Guest book
    ___ Place card table
    ___ Closeup of bride and groom's place card
    ___ Wedding cake
    ___ Groom's cake
    ___ Gift table
    ___ Decorations (specify which _________________________)
    ___ A shot of bride & groom with guests at each table
    ___ Bride with college alums
    ___ Groom with college alums
    ___ The buffet or, if having table service, a dinner serving
    ___ Bride & Groom's first dance
    ___ Bride & Father dancing
    ___ Groom & Mother dancing
    ___ Guests dancing
    ___ Bride & Groom cutting the cake
    ___ Bride & Groom feeding each other cake
    ___ Toasts (specify who is giving them: ____________________)
    ___ Bride & Groom drinking champagne
    ___ Signing the marriage license
    ___ Bride throwing bouquet
    ___ Groom retrieving garter
    ___ Groom tossing garter
    ___ Garter/Bouquet dance
    ___ The getaway car
    ___ Bride & Groom leaving party
    ___ Bride & Groom driving away


    Guests the photographer shouldn't miss: (provide your photographer with a seating chart so that he can easily identify them)
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  9. #29
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    Re: Oh %%*^^*&^&^%$%##%^$^#

    Hey Kevin, have you done the wedding yet? How did it go if so?
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  10. #30
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    Re: Oh %%*^^*&^&^%$%##%^$^#

    Quote Originally Posted by kevy73 View Post
    Hey Kevin, have you done the wedding yet? How did it go if so?
    It's tomorrow I'll let you know monday
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