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Title: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on April 24, 2013, 12:49:26 PM
Something I would like to share  :)
Critique is welcome.

(https://pp.vk.me/c403516/v403516534/b148/MrU8Z4GYN8s.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c312830/v312830534/355/-sZL_eH27mQ.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c312830/v312830534/379/7K3P5lKUMs8.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c424931/v424931534/c5/yhTLTEWnHys.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c416224/v416224534/3fc1/OfKc0A-Mryc.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c312830/v312830534/370/Fz-wCclHRNU.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c403516/v403516534/b112/TZY1vIQ3nZ4.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c416224/v416224534/3f5f/dMBZ67tyObY.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c312830/v312830534/3ca/CN-fYzZ2LdY.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on April 25, 2013, 08:51:55 AM
(https://pp.vk.me/c424931/v424931534/15c/uaNFHc38FKU.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c424931/v424931534/17/-EnTEI6kc1o.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c403516/v403516534/b16c/Scd0rBIVw-k.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c416224/v416224534/3f7a/uXUcWh_Iqrg.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: bycostello on April 25, 2013, 09:01:38 AM
nice set of images
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: J.R. on April 25, 2013, 11:04:14 AM
Very nice images. However, i feel the shallow DOF is overdone in the first image ... seems to have turned into an abstract. Took me a more than a few seconds to figure out what the image was about.

Cheers ... J.R.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on April 25, 2013, 11:08:21 AM
(https://pp.vk.me/c403516/v403516534/b151/Yd-D0AVSOuY.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c425523/v425523534/14/SqOhHyb5eMQ.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c416224/v416224534/3f4d/Bef6VtCWznQ.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c403516/v403516534/b163/p_WS9YA3evU.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c424931/v424931534/16e/tIuKRSaIStQ.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c424931/v424931534/165/ed83qqQBgy8.jpg)

(https://pp.vk.me/c424931/v424931534/177/JuyjpyjJBgs.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on April 25, 2013, 11:16:59 AM
Very nice images. However, i feel the shallow DOF is overdone in the first image ... seems to have turned into an abstract. Took me a more than a few seconds to figure out what the image was about.

Cheers ... J.R.
Thank you for the feedback  :)

The photo was made with a flipped lens, so I didn't have control over aperture. That's why I bought an extension tube recently to cover this type of shots  ;D

Though I feel that the image is special due to its extraordinarity. Anyway, I'll take into account what you said and will probably replace the photo with something more interesting  ;)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 01, 2013, 05:56:40 AM
(http://cs408929.vk.me/v408929534/a2d/Qw6ChcXD5bg.jpg)

(http://cs425523.vk.me/v425523534/25/w8dpFbVU0n8.jpg)

(http://cs416224.vk.me/v416224534/3f9d/KtRMKG4h9wc.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: ksagomonyants on May 01, 2013, 08:06:34 AM
Amazing images, great job!  :)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: sheedoe on May 01, 2013, 08:15:12 AM
Love the photos. Which lens did you use for most of these?
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 01, 2013, 08:21:04 AM
Love the photos. Which lens did you use for most of these?
I use fixes  :) You have them in your signature  ;)
Exception is 17-40 that was used for the very first shot (it was flipped).
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: LewisShermer on May 01, 2013, 08:56:09 AM
Pretty ace, no problems there chap, nice composition and spot on post-production. better than the majority of folk out there
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: Click on May 01, 2013, 08:58:50 AM
I love your pictures. Great job !
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: LewisShermer on May 01, 2013, 09:01:58 AM
are you using 50mm or 35mm on most of them? loving the DoF and colours. If it's the 35mm then you've just swung me into getting one, if it's 50mm then I must try harder :D
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 01, 2013, 09:33:29 AM
are you using 50mm or 35mm on most of them? loving the DoF and colours. If it's the 35mm then you've just swung me into getting one, if it's 50mm then I must try harder :D
It's 35L and 85L most of the time. 50L is new to me, but the results exceeded my expactations. Here what I get with the 50mm last week:

(http://cs308927.vk.me/v308927534/4fb3/aFkVcHa6bGY.jpg)

(http://cs308927.vk.me/v308927534/4fbc/tseUpaNeU4w.jpg)

(http://cs308927.vk.me/v308927534/4fd7/jjBZONgQ9ks.jpg)

(http://cs308927.vk.me/v308927534/500b/Dd7JxUA4ERc.jpg)

(http://cs308927.vk.me/v308927534/5014/FwFAu4St9CA.jpg)

(http://cs308927.vk.me/v308927534/501d/1w57kSE0GRc.jpg)

(http://cs308927.vk.me/v308927534/502e/fln86uEpB2g.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: LewisShermer on May 01, 2013, 09:44:37 AM
yeah, you can deffo tell the difference between the 35mm and the 50mm now. I shoot mainly with my 50 and the compositions are a lot tighter like yours above. I'm getting the 35mm...
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: Fatfaso on May 01, 2013, 09:54:05 AM
Nightbreath:

You have some fantastic images there. Really pro quality work. Question:

Do you have your images posted anywhere where I could download them to see the exif info? I'm always trying to improve my own work and I find it extremely helpful to see the exif info from great photographs to help me gain some insight on aperture selection and focal length.

Thanks for sharing!
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nda on May 01, 2013, 09:57:21 AM

Beautiful work :)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 01, 2013, 03:41:01 PM
Nightbreath:

You have some fantastic images there. Really pro quality work. Question:

Do you have your images posted anywhere where I could download them to see the exif info? I'm always trying to improve my own work and I find it extremely helpful to see the exif info from great photographs to help me gain some insight on aperture selection and focal length.

Thanks for sharing!
Hi there! I strip out all the exif info when I save for web. Though if you ask me about something specific in a personal message, I wouldn't hesitate to give a hint  ;)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 01, 2013, 04:11:14 PM
yeah, you can deffo tell the difference between the 35mm and the 50mm now. I shoot mainly with my 50 and the compositions are a lot tighter like yours above. I'm getting the 35mm...
We (me and my wife) shoot close to the subjects because of the background that's too `busy` in the place we live in, which is the fastest shrinking city in the world (http://"http://www.businessinsider.com/cities-that-are-shrinking-2012-10?op=1"). We made an attempt to go wider recently with 50L (I mean picture framing here), so I'll upload a shot or two next week.

My advice would be to make few steps backwards if you want a wider shot. Leave the framing adjustable by you, not by the lens. And think about new purchase only if you need compression or picture quality of a specific lens  ;)

Though if your aim is event photography, 35L is fabulous there  :)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: TexPhoto on May 01, 2013, 04:34:50 PM
Really nice.

I did not like the ring photo.  To me there is not enough in focus, kind of made my eyes hurt.  A friend of mine does weddings and he shoots the ring photo with his iPhone.  Sounds funny but the much smaller sensor means a much bigger DOF.

I have shot a few weddings as 2nd photographer, and I always concentrate on the groom and groomsmen.  Probably because they are considered 2nd to the bride...   But the bride is also the one picking photos and she always chooses some of my groom picks.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: ablearcher on May 01, 2013, 05:07:08 PM
Love the photos. Which lens did you use for most of these?
I use fixes  :) You have them in your signature  ;)
Exception is 17-40 that was used for the very first shot (it was flipped).
  Privet! I believe "fixes" is not a common term outside of the former USSR. They are usually called "primes".  Beautiful work, by the way. Cheers.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 01, 2013, 05:43:10 PM
Love the photos. Which lens did you use for most of these?
I use fixes  :) You have them in your signature  ;)
Exception is 17-40 that was used for the very first shot (it was flipped).
  Privet! I believe "fixes" is not a common term outside of the former USSR. They are usually called "primes".  Beautiful work, by the way. Cheers.
I tend to mix languages I speak, sorry for the inaccurate term  ::)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: ablearcher on May 01, 2013, 06:15:03 PM
Love the photos. Which lens did you use for most of these?
I use fixes  :) You have them in your signature  ;)
Exception is 17-40 that was used for the very first shot (it was flipped).
  Privet! I believe "fixes" is not a common term outside of the former USSR. They are usually called "primes".  Beautiful work, by the way. Cheers.
I tend to mix languages I speak, sorry for the inaccurate term  ::)
No worries - I also get into the same situation quite often  ;)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: SteenerMe on May 01, 2013, 06:58:35 PM
Nice shots.  The WB seems a bit off in some though.  Lots of blue and pinky colored wedding dress. Maybe that's what you wanted I don't know.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 02, 2013, 02:25:56 AM
Nice shots.  The WB seems a bit off in some though.  Lots of blue and pinky colored wedding dress. Maybe that's what you wanted I don't know.
Thank you for the feedback. It's our way to differentiate ourselves. Colors should be "clean" and complementary to each other in the shot. Something you can read about in color theory (http://"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_theory") books.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: LewisShermer on May 02, 2013, 06:05:47 AM
yeah, you can deffo tell the difference between the 35mm and the 50mm now. I shoot mainly with my 50 and the compositions are a lot tighter like yours above. I'm getting the 35mm...
We (me and my wife) shoot close to the subjects because of the background that's too `busy` in the place we live in, which is the fastest shrinking city in the world (http://"http://www.businessinsider.com/cities-that-are-shrinking-2012-10?op=1"). We made an attempt to go wider recently with 50L (I mean picture framing here), so I'll upload a shot or two next week.

My advice would be to make few steps backwards if you want a wider shot. Leave the framing adjustable by you, not by the lens. And think about new purchase only if you need compression or picture quality of a specific lens  ;)

Though if your aim is event photography, 35L is fabulous there  :)

I'm relatively new to full frame having shot for the last few years on a crop sensor so focal lengths of lenses need getting used to all over again. I've only shot one wedding so far with my 5Diii/5Dii pairing and it was mainly with my 50. I used to shoot with 7D/60D and use a 28mm so the 35mm would have a similar feel on a full frame yet I could get a slightly shallower DOF I suspect? My next wedding isn't til next month so I have a little time to save up for the 35mm sigma art. thanks for making my decision an easy one!

this was shot mainly with the 50mm http://www.lewismaxwell.co.uk/projects/4671939#1 (http://www.lewismaxwell.co.uk/projects/4671939#1) btw
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 02, 2013, 06:52:07 AM
I'm relatively new to full frame having shot for the last few years on a crop sensor so focal lengths of lenses need getting used to all over again. I've only shot one wedding so far with my 5Diii/5Dii pairing and it was mainly with my 50. I used to shoot with 7D/60D and use a 28mm so the 35mm would have a similar feel on a full frame yet I could get a slightly shallower DOF I suspect? My next wedding isn't til next month so I have a little time to save up for the 35mm sigma art. thanks for making my decision an easy one!

this was shot mainly with the 50mm http://www.lewismaxwell.co.uk/projects/4671939#1 (http://www.lewismaxwell.co.uk/projects/4671939#1) btw
There's one thing I have noticed many photographers misunderstand. No matter what lens they use, framing remains the same. This leads to unpleasing results in wide-angle close-up portraits and just doesn't make any difference overall. I suffered myself, so I want others to be aware  ;)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: CanadianInvestor on May 02, 2013, 07:20:50 AM
Marvellous shots and most are very pleasing to the eye.  The DoF is odd in some but you explained your view thereon.  Textbook-like.  Congratulations!
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: Dylan777 on May 02, 2013, 09:22:33 AM
@ nightbreath - wonderful images. Beautiful works. Thanks for sharing.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: tomscott on May 02, 2013, 09:51:36 AM
These are beautiful images. This is what I aspire to as a wedding photographer.

Thanks for sharing, inspirational.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: beckstoy on May 02, 2013, 11:01:15 AM
Very nice work!  Big fan. 

I lived in Russia for a few years.  Loved it!  I wasn't into Photography yet, but I'm doing lots of weddings now here in the US.

What city do you live in?

Also, what body to you shoot with?
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: Rick Massie on May 02, 2013, 11:37:15 AM
The photo was made with a flipped lens, so I didn't have control over aperture. That's why I bought an extension tube recently to cover this type of shots  ;D

Can you explain this technique a little? I've never heard of "flipping" a lens before. I love the results! Great photo (and the non-macro ones a awesome as well).
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 02, 2013, 05:25:35 PM
Very nice work!  Big fan. 

I lived in Russia for a few years.  Loved it!  I wasn't into Photography yet, but I'm doing lots of weddings now here in the US.

What city do you live in?

Also, what body to you shoot with?
Check my second post on page #2 and the breadcrumbs (forum category)  ;)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 02, 2013, 05:45:22 PM
The photo was made with a flipped lens, so I didn't have control over aperture. That's why I bought an extension tube recently to cover this type of shots  ;D

Can you explain this technique a little? I've never heard of "flipping" a lens before. I love the results! Great photo (and the non-macro ones a awesome as well).
Here's ste-by-step manual:
1. Take off the lens from your camera (wide angle works better, such as the 18-55);
2. Flip it around;
3. Hold it up to the camera and shoot  :)

(http://content.photojojo.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/flip1000.jpg)

Few hints:
- Autofocus won't work, you need to focus by camera movement;
- Aperture cannot be controlled; though I saw people removing the lens with camera turned on, so it has aperture value persistent (I don't recommend following their example);
- There are converters that can be attached to the front of the lens (filter mount) and EF mount from the other side;
- This trick is called super-macro, because focus plane is really close to your lens (you can identify the distance with your finger as a starting point).

Enjoy  ;)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: babiesphotos on May 02, 2013, 11:47:04 PM
Thanks for explanation of 'flipping'
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: LewisShermer on May 03, 2013, 09:02:15 AM
search for freelensing if you want to know more about it, there's quite a big movement in it
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: firebreatherboy on May 03, 2013, 10:07:25 AM
Your photos look really great. :)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: Rick Massie on May 07, 2013, 02:00:02 PM
The photo was made with a flipped lens, so I didn't have control over aperture. That's why I bought an extension tube recently to cover this type of shots  ;D

Can you explain this technique a little? I've never heard of "flipping" a lens before. I love the results! Great photo (and the non-macro ones a awesome as well).
Here's ste-by-step manual:
1. Take off the lens from your camera (wide angle works better, such as the 18-55);
2. Flip it around;
3. Hold it up to the camera and shoot  :)

Few hints:
- Autofocus won't work, you need to focus by camera movement;
- Aperture cannot be controlled; though I saw people removing the lens with camera turned on, so it has aperture value persistent (I don't recommend following their example);
- There are converters that can be attached to the front of the lens (filter mount) and EF mount from the other side;
- This trick is called super-macro, because focus plane is really close to your lens (you can identify the distance with your finger as a starting point).

Enjoy  ;)

Thanks! Though it kind of scares me to think of doing that. I can't imagine the dust-on-sensor issues. Great results though!
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 08, 2013, 01:58:25 AM
Thanks! Though it kind of scares me to think of doing that. I can't imagine the dust-on-sensor issues. Great results though!
That's why I bought a reverse adapter (http://www.amazon.com/Fotodiox-Filter-Reverse-Adapter-Cameras/dp/B001G4PA36)  :)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 08, 2013, 06:03:44 PM
yeah, you can deffo tell the difference between the 35mm and the 50mm now. I shoot mainly with my 50 and the compositions are a lot tighter like yours above. I'm getting the 35mm...
We (me and my wife) shoot close to the subjects because of the background that's too `busy` in the place we live in, which is the fastest shrinking city in the world (http://"http://www.businessinsider.com/cities-that-are-shrinking-2012-10?op=1"). We made an attempt to go wider recently with 50L (I mean picture framing here), so I'll upload a shot or two next week.
Here's the shot:
(http://cs405926.vk.me/v405926534/8667/iWlgmmWHyL0.jpg)
Is it wide enough?  :)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: Adam R on May 14, 2013, 09:53:24 AM

It's 35L and 85L most of the time. 50L is new to me, but the results exceeded my expactations. Here what I get with the 50mm last week:


Beautiful pictures and something for me to aspire to.

Are you beginning to move towards using the 50mm 1.2 most of the time, or still focusing on using the 85mm and 35mm?


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Canon 5D Mark III
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 18, 2013, 03:54:06 AM
Beautiful pictures and something for me to aspire to.

Are you beginning to move towards using the 50mm 1.2 most of the time, or still focusing on using the 85mm and 35mm?
Thank you! Focal length depends on the compression I'd want to get. It's not something I decide beforehand  :)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: troy19 on May 18, 2013, 07:23:47 AM
That's why I bought a reverse adapter (http://www.amazon.com/Fotodiox-Filter-Reverse-Adapter-Cameras/dp/B001G4PA36)  :)
If you want full control while reversing the lens you may have a look at http://www.novoflex.com/en/products/macro-accessories/reverse-adapter-eos-retro/ (http://www.novoflex.com/en/products/macro-accessories/reverse-adapter-eos-retro/). This provides full AF and aperture control. Just a "liitle" more expensive than your solution  ;) (299,- € + price for lens adapter).

BTW Great wedding photos!
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: agierke on May 18, 2013, 10:14:22 AM
a little note on reverse macro (flipping the lens)...

you can in fact have control of the aperture if you press the DOF Preview button while you unmount the lens. whatever aperture the lens was set to will lock in as you remove it. so you could stop down to say F5.6, press the DOF Preview button while releasing the lens, and gain some extra DOF for your reverse macro shots.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on May 18, 2013, 10:37:21 AM
Here's another shot from a post-wedding shoot:

(http://cs417631.vk.me/v417631534/4726/EPoKakZws4A.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: sanj on May 20, 2013, 05:55:07 AM
You take lovely photos! Loved all of them...!!
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: Dwight on May 22, 2013, 03:56:49 AM
nightbreath, your captures are stunning!  yours and shutterwideshut's images are some of the photos I can only aspire to create in the future.  Tools are great, but without the vision and inspiration, they're nothing but another gear that makes our lives more efficient.  Your vision and composition are top-notch!
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: Adam R on May 23, 2013, 02:44:29 AM
Hi Nightbreath

What post processing are you doing to get these fantastic vibrant colors?

Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on August 24, 2013, 01:22:11 AM
Finally I got free time to share new photos  ::)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8f2f/hElS9p5iF54.jpg)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8fa0/MUT_TKzz9M4.jpg)

(http://cs412616.vk.me/v412616534/4951/Pxel6oDmye4.jpg)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8f6e/s3modlnmynU.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on August 24, 2013, 01:31:59 AM
What post processing are you doing to get these fantastic vibrant colors?
You can use any RAW-convertor to achieve the colors. What really matters is whether your original file gives you this opportunity  ;)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on August 24, 2013, 01:35:46 AM
(http://cs412616.vk.me/v412616965/3376/d-RATFgyj5g.jpg)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8fa9/4dTCWuhNpiw.jpg)

(http://cs412616.vk.me/v412616534/4963/PFGebPtYWTc.jpg)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8f5c/2LzNjpvCpPo.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: leGreve on August 24, 2013, 06:26:02 AM
Wauw nightbreath... really great outdoor shots. Lovely light...

I'd like to contribute with these:

(http://www.torbengreve.dk/images/ankeleon5.jpg)

(http://www.torbengreve.dk/images/kimfred1.jpg)

(http://www.torbengreve.dk/images/kimfred2.jpg)

(http://www.torbengreve.dk/images/kimfred5.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: BrandonKing96 on August 24, 2013, 06:45:11 AM
Very nice images. However, i feel the shallow DOF is overdone in the first image ... seems to have turned into an abstract. Took me a more than a few seconds to figure out what the image was about.

Cheers ... J.R.
Thank you for the feedback  :)

The photo was made with a flipped lens, so I didn't have control over aperture. That's why I bought an extension tube recently to cover this type of shots  ;D

Though I feel that the image is special due to its extraordinarity. Anyway, I'll take into account what you said and will probably replace the photo with something more interesting  ;)
I could just tell!! I'm too scared to do it with my 5D, but I did it quite a lot with my 60D and 70-200 f/4
Was loads of fun and didn't realise how close I could until I could actually see the ants that were on flowers I was taking macros of!
I'm positive there was a trick to change the aperture but it requires you to use live view mode and change the aperture with the lens attached to the camera and then you take the lens off and work with that. 

Love all the shots and it's really quite and inspiration to me!
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: agierke on August 24, 2013, 09:29:06 AM
Quote
I'm positive there was a trick to change the aperture but it requires you to use live view mode and change the aperture with the lens attached to the camera and then you take the lens off and work with that. 

You don't need live view. All you need to do is press the DOF preview button while you dismount the lens and the aperture will stay stopped down to whatever your camera had it set to. Even stopped down you still get razor thin depth and the viewfinder will get increasingly darker the farther you stop down.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on August 26, 2013, 02:28:23 AM
Another portion of wedding shots  ;D

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8f98/HC59uuNuYWc.jpg)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8f42/H3-LSfuyiEY.jpg)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8f7d/mUQ7TDuXQXw.jpg)

(http://cs412616.vk.me/v412616534/4976/WJmwmmQ7Sb0.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on August 26, 2013, 02:30:14 AM
And one more  ;)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8f1e/yYFUMYaqhhM.jpg)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8efc/UZ-m9EqHQwo.jpg)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8fb3/vhsRSIoRwAM.jpg)

(http://cs412616.vk.me/v412616534/4940/jorl4Rkb0Lk.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on August 31, 2013, 01:47:50 AM
(http://cs412616.vk.me/v412616534/49d2/vAAymGDch9U.jpg)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8f38/6Ix_e9gbGMw.jpg)

(http://cs412616.vk.me/v412616534/4990/uHARmSqKdCY.jpg)

(http://cs411526.vk.me/v411526534/8f26/cOxDQCu9o6M.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on September 23, 2013, 03:02:06 PM
(http://cs9434.vk.me/v9434534/1352/sVGe_yM-buA.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: wsgroves on September 23, 2013, 04:46:36 PM
Awesome pix Night. What lens did u use on these latest ones?
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on September 24, 2013, 02:09:00 PM
Awesome pix Night. What lens did u use on these latest ones?
35L, 50L, 85L :)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: ions on October 13, 2013, 09:40:10 PM
(http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7410/10199417115_107a776bc4.jpg) (http://www.flickr.com/photos/christopherbrian/10199417115/)
The Kiss, Wedding Portrait (http://www.flickr.com/photos/christopherbrian/10199417115/#) by Christopher Brian's Photography (http://www.flickr.com/people/christopherbrian/), on Flickr
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on October 16, 2013, 02:32:48 PM
(http://cs419231.vk.me/v419231534/7b2a/9Fa1vYTkRVU.jpg)

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Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: BrandonKing96 on October 17, 2013, 10:47:07 PM
always such beautiful images!
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on December 01, 2013, 12:36:14 PM
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Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on December 01, 2013, 12:42:43 PM
(http://cs314923.vk.me/v314923534/3863/uo8RLXL-8tY.jpg)

(http://cs419827.vk.me/v419827534/accb/xHF4Iaw1Jeo.jpg)

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(http://cs419827.vk.me/v419827534/acef/--P4WH_Gkcw.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: nightbreath on December 01, 2013, 12:51:26 PM
(http://cs419827.vk.me/v419827534/ace6/25MEFqmQgTY.jpg)

(http://cs412916.vk.me/v412916534/3fb3/20lfOAnyLOY.jpg)

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(http://cs412916.vk.me/v412916534/40d1/_h306OUL3dM.jpg)
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: J.R. on December 02, 2013, 05:55:58 AM
I must say ... excellent photos!

Best ... J.R.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: canonvoir on November 25, 2014, 07:40:59 PM
Some seriously terrific shooting.
Title: Re: Weddings
Post by: eninja on July 31, 2015, 05:38:36 AM
Very inspiring photos..
One thing I can notice is the color and amount of blur is gradual and natural...

I want to ask this, do you shoot at F4? What apertures do you "often or usually" shoot?

People say, ef 24-70 f2.8 mark ii, easily replaces its prime counter part.

But is it still correct to say, prime still give the best look?? or is it just me justifying cost of the prime or love for prime lens.

what and How many camera do you use? or do you keep changing lens? or do you study the scene and decide lens to use. My concern is, keep on change lens, will distract you with composition in mind.

Thanks.