Your favorite wedding photo

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  • formform I Do Weddings. Registered Users Posts: 31 Big grins
    edited February 4, 2009
    Thanks, I was very lucky to get that job. The bride was a fashion model, family was wealthy, makeup artist was the best in the city/state, and the environment was excellent.
    Las Vegas wedding photographer: http://www.joeyallenphoto.com
  • FoursixFoursix Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 8 Beginner grinner
    edited February 5, 2009
    first and only wedding
    i did my friend's low-budget wedding last year when i first got my D80. this was my first DSLR. i have no intention of doing weddings anytime soon, but i did him a favor and recorded their day free of charge! here's the one i like best. any feedback would be appreciated!

    thanks,

    Michael
  • Jeff_MiloJeff_Milo Major grins Registered Users Posts: 327 Major grins
    edited February 11, 2009
    Hard to narrow it down, but here are a few of mine

    My favorite:
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    The next two are from the same Bootcamp Nik's was from, not a real wedding but I love them:
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    Flower Girls always manage to steal the show:
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    Jeff Milo
    MILOStudios


    www.milophotostudios.com
  • VivedTreasuresVivedTreasures Active Lurker Registered Users Posts: 10 Big grins
    edited February 13, 2009
    Your Favorite Wedding Photo
    I have enjoyed looking at all the others. One photo it is soooooo hard to pick one.
    Weddings are such fun for me. I enjoy happy people.

    Here is mine:

    I rode in the Limo for this one and the little boy is the ring bearer.
    http://vivedtreasures.smugmug.com/gallery/5265090_FREmi#119070935_jTMge-A-LB
  • CG PhotoCG Photo Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 2 Beginner grinner
    edited February 17, 2009
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  • PackingMyBagsPackingMyBags Just a N0ob in training Registered Users Posts: 64 Big grins
    edited February 18, 2009
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  • inTempusinTempus Amor Patriae Registered Users Posts: 4 Beginner grinner
    edited February 18, 2009
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  • janoftwosistersjanoftwosisters Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 1 Beginner grinner
    edited February 18, 2009
    New here
    Hi I am Jan. This is my first post. I have a Trash the Dress shot which is currently my favorite wedding shot. Does that count?3202232355_2fa557ee70.jpg
  • quarkquark quarky grinner Registered Users Posts: 510 Major grins
    edited February 18, 2009
    hard to narrow it down, but this is a favorite.
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  • JusticeiroJusticeiro E clunibus tractum Registered Users Posts: 1,177 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    I really don´t do weddings much (I´ve done exactly three, to be exact) but here are my faves from each one-


    My first wedding, shot in Acapulco (upstairs friends/neighbors that are originally mexican)

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    Second Wedding (Civil Union actually) from Jersey City

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    And the Last one, in Belize

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  • tenoverthenosetenoverthenose Major grins Registered Users Posts: 815 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    It's always hard to pick just one, but since I grew up surfing here everyday, this shot has a bit more pull for me.
  • Scott_QuierScott_Quier Lovin' It Registered Users Posts: 6,524 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    It's always hard to pick just one, but since I grew up surfing here everyday, this shot has a bit more pull for me.
    That is sooooo coooool!
  • SwartzySwartzy Right Brained Scientist Registered Users Posts: 3,293 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    That is sooooo coooool!

    Agreed....very cool. Was this using a video light?
    Swartzy:
    NAPP Member | Canon Shooter
    Weddings/Portraits and anything else that catches my eye.
    www.daveswartz.com
    Model Mayhem site http://www.modelmayhem.com/686552
  • tenoverthenosetenoverthenose Major grins Registered Users Posts: 815 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    Swartzy wrote:
    Agreed....very cool. Was this using a video light?

    Thanks for the kind words! I just used a canon 580 with a tight grid on the bride.
  • heatherfeatherheatherfeather Major grins Registered Users Posts: 2,739 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    That is sooooo coooool!

    And another vote for the coolness of that one... Sooo cool!

    Amazing light. Apparently I am in need of figuring out how to grid the light next.

    Cool Cool Cool Shot.
  • Scott_QuierScott_Quier Lovin' It Registered Users Posts: 6,524 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    And another vote for the coolness of that one... Sooo cool!

    Amazing light. Apparently I am in need of figuring out how to grid the light next.

    Cool Cool Cool Shot.
    Check out this blog and this blog for a starting point.
  • SwartzySwartzy Right Brained Scientist Registered Users Posts: 3,293 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    Check out this blog and this blog for a starting point.

    I'm just going to call you Mr. Wealth of Information....THANKY THANKY!:D:D:D
    Swartzy:
    NAPP Member | Canon Shooter
    Weddings/Portraits and anything else that catches my eye.
    www.daveswartz.com
    Model Mayhem site http://www.modelmayhem.com/686552
  • com3com3 4theriders.com Registered Users Posts: 423 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    It's always hard to pick just one, but since I grew up surfing here everyday, this shot has a bit more pull for me.


    holy. AWESOME! that's phenomenal!!!
  • heatherfeatherheatherfeather Major grins Registered Users Posts: 2,739 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    Swartzy wrote:
    I'm just going to call you Mr. Wealth of Information....THANKY THANKY!:D:D:D

    Make that "Mr. Wealth of "Technical" Information. Laughing.gif! :Drolleyes1.gifD


    And that is a great link... Now about getting some straws....
  • BlurmoreBlurmore Goofy Grin Registered Users Posts: 992 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    Hard to choose just one...

    1st dance.
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    Bride Alone.

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    Funny Stuff.

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  • Scott_QuierScott_Quier Lovin' It Registered Users Posts: 6,524 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    Swartzy wrote:
    I'm just going to call you Mr. Wealth of Information....THANKY THANKY!:D:D:D
    Make that "Mr. Wealth of "Technical" Information. Laughing.gif! :Drolleyes1.gifD


    And that is a great link... Now about getting some straws....
    When/if y'all call me "Mr. Wealth of Artistic and Technical Information" .... then I will start to think I have something real to offer. Right now, I just read a lot, remember where I read it, and offer it up to others.

    FWIW - Ziggy is my herobowdown.gifbowdown.gif - I want to be like him when/if I ever come close to growing up.rolleyes1.gif

    Edit: Forgot to include people like (and in no particular order) urbanaries, photogmomma, Swartzy, Blurmore, heatherfeather and the list just goes on and on. One day, maybe?ne_nau.gif
  • tenoverthenosetenoverthenose Major grins Registered Users Posts: 815 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    The grid's that I normally use can be found here:
    http://www.honlphoto.com

    Great value for what you get. They are small (slip in your pocket until you need it) and tough. The downside is that they produce a slightly rectangular hot spot.

    Another option is to use studio grids and an adapter of sorts (I use an old lightsphere painted black). This produces a much more circular hot spot, but you can't put it in your pocket. Another advantage is that you can have a more flexible choice of grid angles this way. David Tejada had a great write up on this:
    http://davidtejada.blogspot.com/2008/12/old-grids-still-have-life.html
  • BlurmoreBlurmore Goofy Grin Registered Users Posts: 992 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2009
    I made a cardboard grid for my alien Bee reflector, it makes a nice tight circle.

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    the spot light on the floor is an AB with the cardboard grid.

    I made a snoot for my sunpak 622 zoom head for this self portrait.

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    The AB grid was made as described on the blog Scott posted. The carboard DOES warm the light but not too bad.
  • FedererPhotoFedererPhoto Major grins Registered Users Posts: 312 Major grins
    edited March 30, 2009
    davidjay wrote:
    Here are a few of my favorites. :)
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    DJ,

    Did you photoshop in those crepuscular rays, or is that natural and you got lucky as all get-out?
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  • kungalooshkungaloosh Big grins Registered Users Posts: 53 Big grins
    edited March 31, 2009
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    WOW! I wish I'd taken that. nice timing. and what a wonderful sport the brid must be to make it happen. Course with that fun flirty dress, you'd want to expect a happy personality.
  • merrisweelmerrisweel Big grins Registered Users Posts: 22 Big grins
    edited March 31, 2009
    sneaky flower girl
    I've also only done one wedding, for my sister in law... you should have heard the groom when he saw the finger holes...

    "LISA! SOMEONE STUCK THEIR FINGER IN OUR CAKE!"

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  • loraleiloralei Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 1 Beginner grinner
    edited April 1, 2009
    Swartzy wrote:
    Ok.....just a few more

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    I love the wind on this last one!! It looks like it was a whirlwind romance!! But really, that is really cool.
  • mtmcelvymtmcelvy Big grins Registered Users Posts: 92 Big grins
    edited April 4, 2009
    these are from my only wedding so far.. i have another one tomorrow..c&c welcome!!

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  • mdwpmdwp Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 1 Beginner grinner
    edited April 4, 2009
    First post! Here are three of my faves...

    I hope this works.

    A spontaneous moment...
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    The best man gets impatient...
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    The beautiful bride...
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    Thanks to everyone for sharing!

    Matt
  • melhillmelhill Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 4 Beginner grinner
    edited April 9, 2009
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