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Old Sep 13, 2009, 6:36 PM   #1
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My partner and I shot a "Black & White" wedding yesterday. Our first with this combo of colors (or lack of) My Ist DS, DA 16-45, AF 500 FTZ with the Gary Fong Lightsphere- all performed flawlessly.
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Old Sep 13, 2009, 9:37 PM   #2
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Wow, great shot, I assume you captured that shot very quickly, as I suspect it would be difficult for the happy couple to hold that pose for more than a few seconds.
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Good capture, well done.

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Wow, great shot, I assume you captured that shot very quickly, as I suspect it would be difficult for the happy couple to hold that pose for more than a few seconds.
With about 10 seconds left in the song I prefocused on the couple (they weren't moving too fast or too far) Only one chance to get the shot-I knew he was going to at least kiss her-didn't know there woud be a "Dip"
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Nice shot. Is that what they refer to as double dipping?

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Nice capture. They'll treasure that photo for a long time.

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I'm curious did they fall afterwards ...

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I still have my DS and a couple of AF 500 FTZ flash units that I still use quite often, just goes to show you the DS can still do a fine job.

Very nice!

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