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@morganwriter1gmail-com Let me wow you more… Canon 50mm 1.4 (probably USM). You pulled it out on Thursday, and I remembered it because I was in the market for another lens (I got the Canon “Power to Create kit” with a 10-18mm 4.5-5.6 and 50mm 1.8 the next month), and I thought it interesting you had a long lens... Read More »

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@loganlamar Thanks! I was coming to realize shooting with a landscape like you mentioned would be my better option; I’ll definitely be keeping my eye out for opportunities to include the moon in a landscape some day in the future! @jamesstaddon I had not seen that post or thread – thanks for pointing me... Read More »

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Thank you for your help, @buddingphotographer! 1. Excellent point! I know there was a post here on the forums awhile back about WB and the wedding dress…I’ll have to remember to go and look at that, too. 2. I checked the forecast and thankfully, the wind is supposed to be low that day; however, I am going to... Read More »

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Well, you all have covered it fairly well already but I might add my two cents. A tip I heard from another photographer and have come to better understand from personal experience- it is hard to shoot a full moon and get good detail because it is that bright. Using an ND filter could probably help with that, but I... Read More »

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Hi Logan, Thanks so much for your advise! Wedding photography does make me rather nervous…I think that’s because I do better with inanimate objects for subjects, or in other words, things that don’t move! 😉 But I am looking forward to the challenge! I remember you as well (in fact my brother and I were just... Read More »

Reply To: Wedding Photography

Reply To: Wedding Photography
Good question! And you’ve already got some GREAT advice from @loganlamar, especially #1 and #6. I just did my third wedding last Saturday, so some of these tips are very fresh in my mind… 🙂 Pay attention to your light. If the sun goes behind a cloud for a few minutes it can totally change the dynamics of... Read More »

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That’s so awesome! Personally, I love wedding photography. It just makes me so happy! I remember you from ACTION at Christian Heritage (hi!), and so I know you’ve got a 70-200mm, a 50mm, and some training with event photography, so I’ll just dive in. I have unofficially shot three wedding receptions... Read More »

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Hm… I think with a 200mm lens, your best bet of getting a good shot of the moon would be to shoot it as an item in part of a larger landscape. If you want to shoot justthe moon or shoot something with a huge moon… you might be needing a longer lens (or you could resize it in Photoshop to make it look like... Read More »

Wedding Photography

Hello fellow photographers! I was asked to shoot my cousin’s wedding this Saturday. This is my first wedding and I’m open to all the helpful tips I can get! 🙂 It will be an outdoor wedding in the afternoon with sunshine in the forecast. I was wondering if there are any wedding (or even event) photographers here on... Read More »

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