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Wedding Photography Q&A

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I love photographing weddings! They are a lot of fun and there are always a lot of great images created during the day. In this video I go over a number of questions from a Cazillion and go over my methods, tips and techniques for shooting weddings.

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0 # Lauren Bradshaw 2012-05-02 15:14
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I am helping with a wedding this weekend. This could not have happened at any better time :)
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0 # Jim 2012-05-02 21:53
I would suggest they look into renting a body and/or some lenes.
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0 # MICHELE WHITBY 2013-01-17 06:08
Hi
Your videos are fantastic and very inspirational. Thank you so much!
For weddings, I just want to make sure I am about to purchase the right lense. I can't afford to buy the Canon F2.8 IS, so I am going to try and buy the F4 IS at around.... good choice or not? I live in Sunny France and usually weddings here are a mix of Churches, Mayor's offices, or in grand Chateaux. A lot of the photos can be done outside, but obviously I need to shoot the main cermony. So, I only have as lenses the Canon 50mm 1.4 and the 85mm 1.8 (which I've used for home studio photography) and 5d mkii. I am only 5ft 2, small frame.... will I cope without a 70-200 being on a tripod? I've heard the F2.8 IS weighs a tonne and unless my muscles build up like Pop-eye, will I manage this weighty lense? Or should I just go for a basic 24-105.... but I don't feel this will give me the images and depth that I want to go for. Your advice will be GREATLY appreciated. A Bientot! Michele
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0 # Pete Giordano 2014-02-15 20:25
How do i find a 2nd shooter? I would like to be a wedding Photographer. I have shot a small wedding last year, shots were good. Learned a lot. Would you take some one like me on your wedding shoots. To see my work. --REDACTED-- Thanks Pete Giordano
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