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Wedding shots

Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by seany, Aug 10, 2005.

  1. seany

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    Sat at a bar behind Manchester cathedral on Sunday and a wedding started, so managed to get a few shots. The bride’s family had African routes and some really colourful dresses were there. Really nice change from the standard stuff you see. Even during a wedding you're allowed to go in the cathedral, i got a couple of shots in side during the service. My dinner came so i couldn't get any more :rolleyes:

    http://www.pbase.com/sean_mcr/wedding&page=all
     
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    I like 065 best! The statue :rotfl: don't know why.

    071 is quite good too but the focus is maybe not quite there.

    Did you shoot RAW? Quite a few of the shots look too light to me with the highlights blown. Doubt I could have done as well while waiting for dinner to arrive:).

    The group shots have so much going on they are hard to look at - your eye has nowhere to settle.
     
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    065 looks like The Knight out of Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade!
     
  4. seany

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    I'm not shooting in Raw at the mo Rob. I think i've said before that if the majority of the shot is exposed well i have no problems with blown out parts, never really had the time i would have liked get a feel for the light, But i'm getting a light meter for sure so lots to learn.


    I couldn't get a shot of the bride and groom on their own, it was pretty hetic, and my dinner came so they'd gone when i'd finished:(

    I like 65 to, 71 i think i may have actually focused through the cross :rolleyes: i'll check it later



    Looked like the photographer was using a 17-40/16-35 and a 700-200 F2.8 IS
     

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