Wedding Photography: LSK

First experience on wedding photography, i felt there is too short of time with so much of activities packed up in a day. It makes photographer need to take immediate action and a level of photography knowledge to cope with different environments.

During the session, i’m filled in as an additional photographer where there are already three official photographer and a videographer responsible through out the event. Since i doesn’t need to worry much about each activities, so i decided to focus only on the bride.

An external flash Metz Mecablitz 50 AF-1 and three lenses was brought to the event, Sigma 10-20mm f/4.0-5.6, Super Takumar 50mm f/1.4 and the mostly used Tamron AF 17-50mm f/2.8. The Tamron AF 17-50mm f/2.8 perform fairly good with fast, accurate focus and produce relatively sharp images.

There are few lessons learned from the day,

  • external flash is a must, it lighten up subject’s face and helps on low light environment
  • make use of available lights around, turn them on to give extra punch for image
  • easily missed out great photography moment while changing lens or shooting on other side
  • a single camera will not be enough and risky if the camera is dead (ex: hit shutter’s life, unable to power-on or sudden battery drain).
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    Comments (6)

    Must be great experience able to take part in wedding photography session. Nice photos there.

    5 years ago

      yeap, glad to take part. Thanks.
      Any news on local HTC butterfly J/droid dna?

      5 years ago

        International version of the phone will most probably known as HTC Deluxe DLX. Like the sleek design.

        Might consider this phone to replace my current Desire S.

        5 years ago

          just to let you know, one x still haven’t get the 4.1 jelly bean update yet. HTC still doing poorly on the update, where samsung galaxy s3 already enjoying google now for few weeks.

          5 years ago
    Elaine Reel Life Photos

    Its a steep learning curve, but you seem to be making a good start. The photo in the car park needed a lower depth of field to lose the cars, but not so easy if you have very strong sunlight, as you had here, so possibly a close up of the bride’s face would have worked better in this instance. The other photos inside probably could do with a small colour correction to make them a slightly cooler colour, but all in al great for a first attempt at being bombarded by activities crammed into one short day! xx

    4 years ago

      Wow… so honored that Elaine gave me a professional view of points. Learned two things from Elaine’s advice, i) compose image on main focus without including undesired objects, ii) tune the colour towards a little blue as image i shot are more warm yellowish. Will keep it in mind! 😀

      4 years ago

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