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Old Oct 15, 2012, 7:47 PM   #11
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capture the moment, then finish of with couple at end
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Old Oct 16, 2012, 6:12 AM   #12
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These photos provide excellent examples, Brian.

Except i don't think Belgian men wear skirts.

Just kidding.
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Thank you for the examples Brain, you made those very well.

I did see in your pictures you didn't need the 12mm, lowest was 20mm so far I saw, correct?

Somewhere I ask myself if it will be not better to have the E-500 mounted with 35mm F1,4 lens. This as second body and also for when it gets too dark.

I do own a FL-50 unit.

It will be certainly needed since everything seems to going on in a dark location, this is it: Link
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The bar has a lot of light - just hang out there and photograph people as they join you.
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The bar has a lot of light - just hang out there and photograph people as they join you.
I certainly will not get thirsty then
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You see, we forgot to tell you the number one rule for volunteering your photography skills: the requester is required to keep you happy.
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At the end of the day the great thing about Digital Photography is trial and error, once you get the must have shots, have fun use different lenses, experiment, you might just be surprised. if it's crap delete it try something else. Oh the Power of Digital
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I have found one camera best for wedding shots. Nikon D3x SLR Digital Camera best camera for wedding pictures. I am giving just product highlights .

Product Highlights

24.5 Mega pixel Resolution
FIX-format (full frame) CMOS Sensor
Nikon EXPEED Image Processor
NEF (RAW) Files at 12- or 14-bit Color
3" Super-density LCD Monitor
Live View Shooting Modes
5 fps Continuous at Full Resolution
Scene Recognition System
Virtual Horizon Indicator
Dual CF Card Slots
I have already used it and it is best camera for wedding purpose try and I am sure you will be satisfied.
Thank you for the information, I have no doubt that Nikon D3x will deliver good pictures, but it's price.....

I guess my E-3 will do its best and still I believe in the fourthirds system, so I will not just swap to another brand.
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Thank you for the information, I have no doubt that Nikon D3x will deliver good pictures, but it's price.....
Yeah, when you spend US$7,000 for a camera body and another US$1,900 for a 24-70mm f/2.8 lens, it damn well ought to be the best.
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I have found one camera best for wedding shots. Nikon D3x SLR Digital Camera best camera for wedding pictures.
Did you join the forum just to add the spam?
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