By Bill Hurter
From capturing formal relatives pictures in a dimly lit church to shooting full of life candids at a bustling reception, this valuable reference offers a hundred counsel for dealing with the method from begin to finish—choosing the simplest apparatus, taking pictures the easiest moments on movie, and embellishing and offering them afterwards. quite a few execs provide invaluable recommendation for electronic marriage ceremony photography, giving technical guidance on lighting fixtures, publicity and metering, and colour administration, in addition to principles for scouting destinations, facing anxious brides, and photographing huge teams. considerable time is spent at the many elements of posing and lighting—for either formal and casual situations—with an eye fixed towards bettering the potency of the shoot and the typical attractiveness of the resulting images.
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Some photographers are able to handhold their cameras for impossibly long exposures, like 1/ 4 or 1/2 second. To do this, you must practice good breathing and shoot- ing techniques. With the handheld camera laid flat in the palm of your hand and your elbows in against your body, take a deep breath and hold it. Do not exhale until you’ve squeezed the shutter. Spread your feet like a tripod and if you are near a doorway, lean against it for additional support. Michael O’Neill on Exposure According to Michael O’Neill, “My digital camera [a Nikon D2X] is home for intimate available-light portraits of the bride, her par- set in the manual-exposure mode about 90 percent of the time.
Do not exhale until you’ve squeezed the shutter. Spread your feet like a tripod and if you are near a doorway, lean against it for additional support. Michael O’Neill on Exposure According to Michael O’Neill, “My digital camera [a Nikon D2X] is home for intimate available-light portraits of the bride, her par- set in the manual-exposure mode about 90 percent of the time. ents and her bridesmaids. All of my ceremony shots are done in My camera does not know that it is a digital camera with awe- manual exposure mode and most are done pre-focused with the some 3D Color Matrix metering capabilities.
These very long lenses are, however, ideal for working unobserved—you can make headand-shoulders images from a long distance away. 10. Get the Exposure Right Accuracy is Critical. The wedding day presents the ultimate in exposure extremes (a black tuxedo and a white wedding dress), and when shooting digitally (especially JPEGs) the exposure latitude is virtually nonexistent. Underexposed digital files tend to have an excessive amount of noise; overexposed files lack image detail in the highlights.
100 Techniques for Professional Wedding Photographers by Bill Hurter