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PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 10:45 am 

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Yeah, I fully agree with LahLahSr, event shooting is quite exhausting! Especially weddings since the pictures they want from you have to have good (excelent) quality, every second could happen something you could miss, which you really have to catch.
I really wont be shooting a wedding myself, because it's so hard, and if you fail... Your memorycard could get down, your camera could get down, you could just miss that moment, you could use wrong settings that result in motion blur or whatever...

Be aware though, people on events always want on the picture with their friend(s). ''Ah common, could you -the photographer- take a picture?''
And then you hear many clapping the hands and you realise you missed an important moment.

Be prepared and look if you can find another amature-photographer who could help you, then you dont have to worry that much if he/she can shoot those friends and you could be the whole day by the bride and groom.

Good luck!


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:18 pm 
How did it go Marijn??

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