A&P First Wedding as a Second Shooter / Assistant

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  1. XtremeSaturn

    XtremeSaturn New Member

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    Had the pleasure of working with a photographer over the weekend to shoot a wedding down in Sarasota. Learned a lot from him and excited that he's letting me use the shots I took to for my portfolio. Looking forward to working with him on some future weddings.

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    580EX CTO gelled
    17-55MM F/2.8 on the wide shots
    70-200mm F/2.8 IS L
     
  2. Wobistdu

    Wobistdu Guest

    #1 is blurry
    #2 the pics need to be warmed up a bit - very blue
     
  3. mojito

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    3 and 4 are great, the other need some consistency help
     
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    Mojito..could you elaborate? I appreciate any all advise.
     
  5. FuzzyBunny

    FuzzyBunny I Doubt It

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    My gf is doing the same thing as you in sarasota :eek3:

    nice shots for sure. love the bouquet shot.
     
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    You did good. Your portfolio looks promising.

    Oh, and lens flare on 4th pic. :bowdown: It actually works there.
     
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    your presentation is nice, but individually the images don't do that much for me. Most seem a bit underexposed or just a little off one way or another.

    definitely some good shots in there though, very good for your first wedding
     
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    i like it :bowdown:
     
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    Nice shots. I wonder how much planning the groom did on his five o'clock shadow.
     
  10. XtremeSaturn

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    He said the bride liked him with one as his mom was giving him crap about not shaving.

    I need to save up for some more lighting and a remote system that is more reliable than the cactus triggers. I hope that the more of these I do, things will come to me faster (camera settings, framing, etc). I'd like to think they came out good for my first time but with everything, always room for a ton of improvement.
     
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    imagaes in #2 are all underexposed and cool white balance. images in 5 are a little under and just non flattering lighting
     

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