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Old 11-29-2007, 04:35 PM
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2nd try wedding dinner

my frist one was one month after i got my camera so lousy..hehe..this my second try of my fren dinner. please c n c.
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Old 11-29-2007, 04:37 PM
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few more pics
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Old 11-29-2007, 04:39 PM
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last few..please advise
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Good try. need to watch out the WB and i found out few of the photos OOF.
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Hi, hope you had fun shooting in weddings. It's definitely not easy and very challenging!

A few pointers:-

1) Composition
Try to keep your compositions cleaner in these photos. Too many distracting elements make the photo look a bit busy.

Some photos where u try to induce bokeh are achieved and i can probably understand what you're trying to achieve but if you must, keep your main subject in focus the priority. In one photo, there was blur everywhere except for a photo of the couple at the back which is partially hidden. Good idea but could improve if cropped tighter..

2) White balance
Also keep a check on your wb.

3) Sharp?
Overall the photos were a bit soft. Can benefit from some sharpening..

4) Flash?
I realise the white low ceiling would be great help to photos..Probably u din have an ext flash...

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Old 11-29-2007, 05:22 PM
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thanks...blur abit cause of slow shutter speed. infact dinner place in our area are quite dark if compare with kl. the ceiling is high just that the angle i took made it look low..cause both married couple are shot thus i need to find angle. yes i have exnernal flash. the flash u saw if not direct flash but defused flash shooting up.

infact how do u get ok dof, with good brightness without slow shutter?
most of pic was on f4 1/30 18mm. iso800
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Old 11-29-2007, 05:27 PM
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Nah..that's considered a low ceiling. I was judging it from the perspective of an eye level shot...and from the stage to the top.

Maximum height of the ceiling would probably be 20 feet.

Most dinners in KL are dark as well but there is a tendency here to brighten pics...I don't do it and prefer ambient warmth.

However, it does depend on the couple's preference too.

Oh ya...The groom is smiling so widely. Must be because he's got a beautiful wife...haha
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the ceiling is low, shall bounce your flash using the ceiling and a diffuser to push it to front a lil bit.
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infact how do u get ok dof, with good brightness without slow shutter?
most of pic was on f4 1/30 18mm. iso800
Simple..don't diffuse your flash..shoot at 1/60, f/6.4, ISO 800. Bright enough in your setting.
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Here might give you some tips for flash and bounce flash. I did that quite often. Not sure will it work in you condition but it works for me all the time.
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