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Old Aug 11, 2007, 4:20 PM   #11
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julianne-

You should feel very proud of your K100 photo work in view of your experience, the circumstances, and the pressure of being the only photographer recording the wedding.

Well done, girl!

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thank you !!! halfway in i actually wished i had brought my P&S just because i have had that one longer and knew it's tricks. only had the K100 6 months and it's my first dslr.
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Old Aug 11, 2007, 4:43 PM   #13
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Considering how much prep time, these are outstanding. They are very crisp with excellent color. You said you only had one lens with you. From the Exif data, I'm guessing a 50-200?
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Old Aug 11, 2007, 5:37 PM   #14
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Great shots, lucky you could shoot outside.

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Old Aug 11, 2007, 5:41 PM   #15
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Great shots, especiallyfor the "setup time" or lack there of. That's one line of photography that I would like to shoot, but haven't really tried my hand at yet. You give me hope . Luckily it was outdoors and you didn't have to push your camera or lensto the limits.
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You made a new couple even happier with your skills, well done.
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Old Aug 13, 2007, 2:21 AM   #17
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That redefines short notice doesn't it. The shots look great for no prior preparation, glad they liked them. What would they have done if you had left the camera home?

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they said they would have pooled all the photos that everybody was taking and hope for at least a few good ones.

the reason they did not have a photographer was because they live in Quebec and the wedding was in New Brunswick. they just started to search for a photographer the week before the wedding . of course everybody had prior weddings to do . i just wish they would have given me a head up the night before at least
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Considering how much prep time, these are outstanding. They are very crisp with excellent color. You said you only had one lens with you. From the Exif data, I'm guessing a 50-200?
yes the kits lens to be exact. the only time it was a problem was for group shot otherwise that is probably the one i would have used anyway. i only have the 2 kit lens
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thanks everybody for the nice comments. hopefully i won't have to do that again. although once i got used to the idea it was kind of fun.
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Old Aug 13, 2007, 2:43 AM   #20
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Julianne

nothing like being chucked in at the deep end, wedding photography is very daunting.

I like number 3 because of the eye contact and communication between the bride and groom.


Make a copy of some of the shots and then try cloning out the white strap marks on the bride's shoulders.


I love the one of your hubby, I think capturing the attitude makes it.

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