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Future Assassin
03-06-2006, 12:19 AM
This was at my moms wedding. She and her husband insisted on me taking the photos even though I told her to get a pro photographer as I had zero experience with shooting people never mind shooting a wedding in a house. Plus I only shoot buildings and city scapes so dont have any other lenses besides my 11-22mm and the 14-45mm I have is just not sharp enough.
So being stressed right the hell out, shooting in a full house (they wanted a small wedding at theirhouse) with about 40 very pre drunken people this is what I got. I used the E1/11-22mm/FL50


Photos on next post.

Future Assassin
03-06-2006, 12:20 AM
http://www.aperture.ca/wedding/images/P3043672.jpg


http://www.aperture.ca/wedding/images/P3043687.jpg


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http://www.aperture.ca/wedding/images/P3043706.jpg


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http://www.aperture.ca/wedding/images/P3043711.jpg

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BL3
03-06-2006, 12:51 AM
Great shots, looks like you bounced your flash and very successfully avoided the dreaded "Photo Mullet Syndrome" wherein the subjects appear to have mullet haircuts due to ugly flash shadows. Also, anybody that invites a German Shepard to a wedding is OK with me. Wondering if you used EB's famous flash settings?

Rock

Future Assassin
03-06-2006, 01:02 AM
Great shots, looks like you bounced your flash and very successfully avoided the dreaded "Photo Mullet Syndrome" wherein the subjects appear to have mullet haircuts due to ugly flash shadows. Also, anybody that invites a German Shepard to a wedding is OK with me. Wondering if you used EB's famous flash settings?

Rock

Heh the dog was pretty jelous of the attention the two were getting. Yes I did read EB's tutorials but could not acheive the flash with bright windows technique. It worked once in a while and other times was just useless. I did notice that the ceilling gave a pretty good light spead from the FL50 so proped the flash up and shot away.

Pontiac005
03-06-2006, 04:41 AM
Nice photos. You had evenly spread light and the 11-22 did a wonderful job with crisp pictures.

Luke
03-06-2006, 06:07 AM
Good lighting indeed.
I was not sure about the wide angle effect at first. But when I looked through the series again and again I started to like it more and more.
It gives the photo's something out of the ordinary. Could be something to distinguish your shots from others an I mean this in a good way!
Luc

assafx
03-06-2006, 06:41 AM
they look good (i wish i had the 11-22...sigh) and i think you could have done good photos with the 14-45 too but you done a very good job with the 11-22 so it doesn't matter.
besides that i found it interesting that on # 4 it looks as if they look on somone else.

Assaf