San Francisco City Hall Wedding

QarikQarik Krazy KoreanPosts: 4,959Registered Users Major grins
edited August 8, 2014 in Weddings
What gem a of a shoot. Ceremony and photos took less then 2 hours. I took a friday off for this one because I wanted to shoot in city hall.

Candyce and Anthony

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8. yeah i know they are a bit distorted but I HAD to incorporate that ceiling somehow.
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D700, D600
14-24 24-70 70-200mm (vr2)
85 and 50 1.4
45 PC and sb910 x2
http://www.danielkimphotography.com

Comments

  • WillCADWillCAD Grinning Buffoon Posts: 722Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 26, 2011
    Great set of a nice looking couple. I particularly like the long shots of the balcony and stairs, #2 and #6.

    Unrelated: I've never been to SF, but these shots are familiar to me because of the Dirty Harry movies, particularly The Enforcer, which featured a long sequence in and around City Hall. What can I say? I'm a movie fan!
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  • heatherfeatherheatherfeather Major grins Posts: 2,739Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 27, 2011
    Whooeee! #3 and #9 are absolutely stunning! iloveyou.gif It was worth the day off, for sure. I think you are getting the hang of this "wedding photography" thing. mwink.gif
  • QarikQarik Krazy Korean Posts: 4,959Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 27, 2011
    haha..heather when i saw that hair net i was so happy because I loved that shot you had in your last post, I think i may actually pumped my fist when I 1st saw it.
    D700, D600
    14-24 24-70 70-200mm (vr2)
    85 and 50 1.4
    45 PC and sb910 x2
    http://www.danielkimphotography.com
  • SamSam San Jose CA Posts: 7,418Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 27, 2011
    Really nice! Great angles and composition.

    Sam
  • Matt's CameraMatt's Camera Huh? Posts: 25Registered Users Big grins
    edited February 27, 2011
    Nice! Really great job using the indoor setting. 3,4,6 are my faves. Wish 1 and 2 were a tad brighter. Did you supplement the natural light on any of these? I once shot a wedding at a city hall years ago and mine were not nearly as good as these!
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  • QarikQarik Krazy Korean Posts: 4,959Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 27, 2011
    Nice! Really great job using the indoor setting. 3,4,6 are my faves. Wish 1 and 2 were a tad brighter. Did you supplement the natural light on any of these? I once shot a wedding at a city hall years ago and mine were not nearly as good as these!

    Thanks for looking and commenting. these were all natural light. I tried bouncing some flash but it was adding a color cast from the brownish stone that I didn't like. I found nice window light for #3
    D700, D600
    14-24 24-70 70-200mm (vr2)
    85 and 50 1.4
    45 PC and sb910 x2
    http://www.danielkimphotography.com
  • aktseaktse Major grins Posts: 1,928Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 27, 2011
    Lovely. Really well done!

    I think #3 and #4 are the best...
  • KinkajouKinkajou Major grins Posts: 1,240Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 27, 2011
    +1! Really wonderful stuff! I just love it :) #3 is SPECTACULAR! clap.gif
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  • lzfotolzfoto Big grins Posts: 74Registered Users Big grins
    edited February 27, 2011
    Pretty good stuff! I really like the stair case ones.
  • lilmommalilmomma Major grins Posts: 1,066Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 28, 2011
    beautiful beautiful work man. <3 what a neat setting.
  • SamSam San Jose CA Posts: 7,418Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 28, 2011
    I want to re comment. I was there and shot a wedding, as noted by my recent post, and I think you did a better job of using the environment, depth of field and natural light than I did.

    Thanks for posting and providing the incentive for me to look more carefully at the environment and to pose the couple with creativity.

    Sam
  • ShimaShima k3npo Austin, TXPosts: 2,546Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 28, 2011
    Nice work! I think you did a great job with the space provided, used it very artistically! I still need to go and see inside of SF city hall at some point... still haven't visited that since moving yet.
  • Greg49Greg49 Big grins Posts: 42Registered Users Big grins
    edited March 1, 2011
    My favorite is #3 but all are great. Nice work.
  • Sil3ntp8nd8Sil3ntp8nd8 Hai! Posts: 42Registered Users Big grins
    edited March 3, 2011
  • schmooschmoo word nerd Posts: 8,468Registered Users Major grins
    edited March 3, 2011
    WOW! I've always liked your work but I think these are really exceptional. This wedding looks like it was well worth taking a day off to shoot. You have it all: Great light, location and processing. The couple should be proud (and so should you :D )
  • anonymouscubananonymouscuban Inner Tube Pilot Porter Ranch, CaliforniaPosts: 4,586Registered Users, Retired Mod Major grins
    edited March 3, 2011
    Oh man. Daniel... you are now the official Korean Pimp of wedding photography. Absolutely love this entire set. I like most of the stuff you post but this has to be the best work I've seen from you. Really great stuff.

    BTW, I expect your new sig to say "Korean Pimp of Wedding Photography".
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  • AgnieszkaAgnieszka Photoshopping ... Between Denver and BostonPosts: 3,262Registered Users, Retired Mod
    edited March 3, 2011
    Wonderful!!! Reminds me of one of my first weddings, shot in a very similar location ... you did better than I did :D Beautiful set!
  • zoomerzoomer Major grins Posts: 3,688Registered Users Major grins
    edited March 3, 2011
  • QarikQarik Krazy Korean Posts: 4,959Registered Users Major grins
    edited March 3, 2011
    Thanks for the kinds words everyone! =)
    D700, D600
    14-24 24-70 70-200mm (vr2)
    85 and 50 1.4
    45 PC and sb910 x2
    http://www.danielkimphotography.com
  • metmet Packer Backer Posts: 405Registered Users Major grins
    edited March 5, 2011
    Very beautiful work. I love that even though they got married in City Hall, they didn't skimp on the photography. Sounds like they really focused on what mattered and I'm sure they'll be delighted with the results.
  • SFCityPhotogSFCityPhotog Beginner grinner Posts: 6Registered Users Beginner grinner
    edited August 1, 2014
    Wow those photographs look familiar! The mood and tone of your client's San Francisco City Hall wedding really shines through. Very unique shots and styles you chose. Thanks for sharing.
  • SFCityPhotogSFCityPhotog Beginner grinner Posts: 6Registered Users Beginner grinner
    edited August 8, 2014
    Here is a contribution from our photo shoots. We are also a SF City Hall Photographer. It's a great place to get married AND take photos.

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  • MarcoGMarcoG Big grins Posts: 12Registered Users Big grins
    edited August 8, 2014
  • SFCityPhotogSFCityPhotog Beginner grinner Posts: 6Registered Users Beginner grinner
    edited August 8, 2014
    MarcoG wrote: »
    Great job !!


    Thanks Marco!
  • SFCityPhotogSFCityPhotog Beginner grinner Posts: 6Registered Users Beginner grinner
    edited August 8, 2014
    This is the true San Francisco!
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