Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by ( * )( * ), Oct 13, 2008.
I met this couple through my flickr account about a year ago, super nice couple.
Thanks for looking.
Just saw them on your blog, great pics.
I like the ring picture, a lot.
Love the pictures of the people dancing!
all the pictures are great but I especially like the pictures of the people dancing.
always love to see your work.
are you using the 50mm1.4? I love your really shallow shots.
Oh man, this pic is so awesome, lol.
I'm digging the ring in total darkness. I hope you don't mind, but I'm trying to figure out what your brain is thinking.
Kinda confused on why you chose ISO 1000, and used high speed sync. You don't have to give away your secrets.
I like this picture in particular. They're not bunched from what from what I'm used to seeing. I love it the concept.
Your talent is amazing.
On a side note. Have you completely given up on the Radio Poppers?
i love you
Amazing pictures. You really captured some great moments of the wedding that they will hopefully be able to enjoy for a long time.
look like the father married the daughter
sick pic but why is his tie like that/ is that the new style?
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They were a fun bunch.
Thanks man, did you change your username or something?
Yeah, I love the 50mm on full frame. Great for details and portraits.
Here's the breakdown of lenses used:
lol, that dude was the life of the party.
Thanks bro. I think I was stuck on those settings from a previous location where I had bumped up ISO and didn't change it back until later. Thank god for todays forgiving sensor technology I didn't use flash in that shot so I'm not sure which exif reader you are using.
I sold the Radio Poppers last Friday. While the technology is great, I find myself preferring to use manual for set up flash work.
Dude was super cool though.
I thought it was pretty cool. Something out of the ordinary I guess.
dunno bout that, but thanks
It makes since now. I just assumed you used flash cause everything is black, and the ring is lit.
For what it's worth you still can set the RP to manually adjust your flashes on the fly .
You never fail to impress - great job.
Love the "suiting up" photos and the caps from the dance floor.
When I got married I hated the gay ass tuxedo ties so much, I went and bought ties for myself and my groomsmen.
I was at a bar in Chicago a few years ago and a guy walked up to me and said "Asia. Tell me why." and then walked off
I was reminded of it while looking at the pics
I swear to God, you're so fucking random. How bad is your ADD, really???
excellent as usual
Do you use room lights at the reception? It seems like it from the couple's first dance (I'm guessing that's what it is) but with the other people shots the yellow background leaves me to believe that it was lit with a single flash from your camera's hotshoe. If so, any reason why you don't leave them on all the time?
I've been assisting with lighting for a wedding photographer for about 2 months now so I'm curious as to how you light your shots, like many of us on here, I'm a big fan of your work.
at least a million
During my social documentary class this morning, my professor was talking about how it's so hard to do baby photos, and that there are billions of baby photos, but they are all shit.
I was frantically searching on Google for your flickr page to show the class, can you post up the link again?
edit: never mind, I found it.