I welcome any feedback!
50mm L 1.2
I had been dying to shoot at this fountain for years and finally booked a wedding at this venue. I planned this shot for months.
This is a 4 light setup. The key light is an Alien Bees B800 diffused by a 36" octobox. The fountain is backlit by 3 bare speed lights - 1 hidden by the couple and the other 2 to the right and left of the...
I'm hoping for feedback and direction as I want to continue taking photos for friends weddings and build a portfolio!
What you think about this photo? Please rate it if possible and the tips to improve!
High Key Photography!
Canon EOS R, 85mm F/1.2, F/7.1, 1/125s, iso 100, two Lights setup +1 Silver Reflector!
Would love reactions to this photo. I have shot a few wedding for friends and family, I want to know if I should branch out and take actual paying clients? Thanks for any input.
I often see wedding photographers' websites in which ALL of the photos have this certain "look". Page after page on their site and everything is either drab, grey and moody, or washed out and pastelly, or some other preset "style". Maybe this is a brilliant business decision as it gives potential clients a very clear idea what they are buying...
I'm new to the wedding photography process....the more I do the more I realize I don't know. I'd love to hear some reactions to this shot, from overall presentation to the minute details...how 'bout a comment?
So my wedding two wks ago, during bridal prep, I asked my bride where the dress was, so I could get dress shots.
She answered "in the basement, in the very back bedroom.
Not even kidding, a TINY DARK basement bedroom, with an accordion door, no windows,,,,,,and I wasn't allowed to take dress elsewhere.
Canon Eos R, 85mm F/1.2, F/2.5, 1/640s, iso 100, Natural Light!
I've noticed a ton of wedding photographers have a similar style (bright and blown out). I understand it's a standard because weddings are meant to be bright and happy. However, for some clients I feel capturing a specific mood to the couple's personality is an important aspect of being considered a professional.
This recent wedding I...
I'm aspiring to do more work as a wedding photographer. My background is in portrait/headshot, food, product, and family photography and finding a good base as a wedding photographer. I'm still playing with style and as mentioned by other photographers in the group, the trend seems to be bright and blown out. I'm hoping there's room for...
Tried the 200mm at an engagement session yesterday! Amazing in n controlled enviroment and paced shooting senario.. Other wise 85mm still preffered for this type of shooting.
A great day as I photographed the wedding of my best friend's daughter. This was my first wedding and it was a lot of work but extremely rewarding...the lady wears the hat.
In this Video I have explain how I shot this Photo with this Mysterious Light!
I know for someone it looks "Hard" to figure it out how did I use this kind of Light, but watch this Video and you will see it is so Easy...!