BEST WEDDING IMAGE OF 2008 - Photographers WITH MORE THAN THREE (3) YEARS EXPERIENCE - ENTER HERE

Discussion in 'Wedding and Event' started by think27, Jan 23, 2009.

  1. PLEASE READ FIRST:
    • For those of you that have been shooting for 1 wedding to 3 years of shooting weddings.
    • POST ONE IMAGE ONLY - All categories - no theme - Make it your best/favorite shot.
    • 500 pixels or less IN WIDTH please (even though you have the ability normally to do 700 pixels or less
    • CAPTION! (any photos showing as a link will be deleted and you'll be asked to resubmit)
    • DETAILS - Brief info on exposure/lighting/ and othe technical information would be appreciated.
    Judging - We will consider exposure accuracy, composition, lighting, image quality, technical excellence and other factors such as the impact of the image which could be drama, emotion, beauty humor, etc.
    Jeff Ascough, Josh Root and myself are the judges. Prizes will be awarded. One of the prizes is a year membership to photo.net. In the 3 plus year category, the winner will be a featured member on PN's home page. There may be something else but I need to get that info from Josh and I'll let you know.
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    Some details such as camera used, camera and flash info, any techniques would be appreciated.
    No comments on the work shown please. PHOTOS with INFO only.
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  2. Here ya go!
    Technical details - probably ISO 800, 1/40th of a second at F4, holding an umbrella over my flash since we were outdoors and had no place to bounce flash. Rimlighting provided by videographer behind the brothers (these guys were the groom's and bride's brothers in a Hindu wedding ceremony. There's a tradition where the members of each family greet the corresponding member from the other family before the wedding ceremony starts).
    Caption - Hmmm. How about "A Maharashtrian Wedding"...?
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  3. Shot with a Canon 5d -flash and video light f/2.8, 1/100 ISO 400
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  4. OK...here's one....completely spontaneous....
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  5. Canon 1D2N, f8, ISO 400, 1/80
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  6. One of the last weddings for 2008!
    Lovely day!
    Her husbano has this Harley.
    Used the sun as a veil & hair light. Reflector as the main.
    Filled in the background, the golden color fall grass, to cover the entire image in CS4. That's it.
    Nice feminine pose 2/3rd's view! Notice how the shoulders are sloped and the face tipped toward the high shoulder. Notice the angle of the body to the camera & camera height. Simple.
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  7. I shot this image on a cliff in West Virginia.....This is straight off the camera
    Canon 40D F11 @400
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  8. Canon 30D F5.6 @ 300.
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  9. 2008.07.12.(y.m.d) My 4'th year as a wedding photographer. No post processing .
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  10. [​IMG]
    Candid moment at Reception
    ISO 1000, 1/40 at F/2.8 Nikon D300
     
  11. Canon 1D Mk2, iso 800
    Canon 85mm f/1.8, - f2.2
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  12. This is weird, it didn't post again. My last try.
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  13. Nikon D80 with Tamron 17-50mm F/2.8 lens
    Shot at ISO 100, 1/200th @ f/14.0
    Shot in Manitoba, Canada on a hot, hot August day! In the words of Pierre Burton, "A true Canadian is one who can make love in a canoe without tipping." Therefore I offer the caption, "Canadian Newlyweds". :)
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  14. Canon 5D, 16-35 L F2.8 available light
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  15. Nikon 85mm @ f3.2 1/60th ISO 200 Bounce flash SB800
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  16. Canon 40D- ISO 250- F14 Manual Exposure, fill flash, Canon 580EX
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  17. Nikon D300/ISO 200/ fill flash/ SB800/ Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 Lens @ f/8.0
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  18. Run down the hill in these shoes?
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  19. ISO 640, f4, 1/40s 25mm. At the end of a heavy thunderstorm, it was backlit, very cloudy and raining.
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  20. New Year's Eve Wedding at the Detroit Athletic Club. Last photo of 2008 ... with 1 second to spare : -)
    Nikon D700, ISO 800, 1/50th shutter ... Nikon 14-24/2.8 @ 15/2.8, Fill flash w/SB-900, B&W conversion using Gradent Map in PSCS/4.
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  21. I'm not sure if this will post right, this is my first time posting.
    Shot with Canon 30D and Sigma 30mm 1.4 Lens on a bright and sunny day. I actually got a lot of shots from this wedding I wish I could post. ​
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  22. it

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    Bride getting ready.
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    85mm, window light. I just wrapped my third full season.
     
  23. Canon 5D, 24-105/4 at 35mm; Exposure: 5.6 1/125 ISO 400
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  24. Canon ... f2.8 ... 1/800s ... 70mm ... ISO 1600 ... last shot before heading back in to the high pitched reception.
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  25. Nikon D70s, 24mm; iso 200, manual exposure f5,6@1/50. Manual wireless (modified cactus triggers) flash SB28, probably 1/8th of power.
    It's their favourite pub, so ... why not?!
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  26. I'm been shooting weddings for 3 1/2 years although this year I only shot two. My first wedding here in Germany in September.
    ISO 500, 1/100 at f5.6, Canon 5D, cloud diffused afternoon light only. Processed in Lightroom.
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  27. BEST WEDDING IMAGE OF 2008 - Photographers WITH 3+ YEARS EXPERIENCE - ENTER HERE
    Shot on a Canon 5D. 24-70L lens. Shutter speed was 1/300 at F22.
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    Silhouettes.
     
  28. Reflection of Love
    Shot with Canon 40D, 50mm, f2.8, 125 ISO, 1/200th.
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  29. Nikon D3, 28-70 f/2.8, 1/60, ISO 400
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  30. Destination wedding May 8, '08 in Poppi, Italy. Nikon D200, 24-70mm f2.8
    B&G returning to reception leading a honking line of cars from the ceremony out of town and up to the villas. There's actually a driver in this car, his head is behind the groom. I chose the spot and went ahead to wait so the red poppies would be in this series of images.
    I don't recall my settings but the only post- adjustment is a slight bump in contrast.
    Happy 2009 everybody!
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  31. November 2008. Canon EOS 30D, 1/50th sec., f/4.5, 400 ASA, 26.0 mm. Canon 580EX, difused/bounced on bracket, Stoffen omnibounce.
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  32. Nikon D300
    F/8
    ISO 200
    160mm
    Natural Light only
    Very little post processing
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  33. Too hard to choose!
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  34. Colleen, I feel your pain. Great work everyone, some fun stuff here...
    This one was first dance...
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  35. Nikon D3...80-200 VR f.28...no flash....iso 200.
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  36. Reattaching.
    Fujifil IS-1, B+W 093 filter, 1/420, f5.6, iso 400, Lightroom Post Production
    There are some beautiful shots in this forum!
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  37. Canon 50D, Canon 50mm 1.4
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  38. I don't know if it's my best, but one of my favorites for sure.
    Canon 5d, 24 1.4 ISO100, f/9@1/250 (pushed my shutter sync a bit), off side flash to illuminate the bride, metered to underexpose the sky by 2.5 stops. We were just about to leave for the ceremony, I looked outside seeing some stormy clouds forming and it looked like a good opportunity.
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  39. D3, 24-70mm f2.8 at 24mm, f2.8, 1/80, ISO 2500
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  40. WOW! Some awesome shots here!
    Nikon D80, f/4, 1/60, ISO 400, on camera SB-800 flash
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  41. Rainy day --- Canon 20d >> ISO 200 --- 580ez -2 with a bounce card --- 28-70L
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  42. 'The Ceremony'
    Handheld on Nikon D300 using 18-70 kit lens. f5.6 @ 1/125 ISO 400. Taken just before the light disappeared!
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  43. Taken While Aiming into a floodlight,
    Lucky shot of b&g At their Full Glory of the day.
    Canon 350d
    Manual
    f1.8 at 50mm
    Israel
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  44. Well here is my favourite shot (so far):
    Camera: Nikon D80, Focal lengtht: 17mm, Aperture value: f2.8, Exposure time: 1/25 s. Shot through large mirror on the wall.
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  45. The first wedding I shot was well over three years ago.
    Canon 5D, 70-200/2.8, shot at ISO 640, 200mm, f/2.8, 1/50 sec, cropped and B&W'd.
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  46. Here's one that just kind of sticks with me. Not your typical contest type image, but one that I think shows the tension couples experience. I think hands can be very expressive. Leica M8, Zeiss 25mm, no flash.
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  47. I love shooting weddings. With one exception... Catholic weddings. But it isn't for what you may think. My beef is dealing with the Priest. Everyone has different rules when it comes to flash photography. At this particular wedding I was allowed to use flash photography but I wasn't allowed to bring in my studio lights to shoot portraits after the wedding. For some reason the Priest at this particular site was so adamant about not using my studio lights it almost caused me to forfeit the shoot. Murphys Law. I couldn't stand that guy and of all the dang weddings I've shot I get one of the most memorable shots in my port.
    Shot with a Minolta 9xi with Fuji Reala 100
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  48. This was shot at the San Juan Capistrano Mission before there wedding. F6.3 shutter 200 iso 200 sb600 1/16 power shot with a d3.
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  49. Nikon D50 , Tamron 17-50 2.8 II , 1/125.
    Romania.
    Thank you and good luck to all!
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  50. Canon 40D, 16-35 2.8L, F14, 125 sec, ISO 400
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  51. Nikon D70s
    Tokina 10-17 at 13mm
    1/50s, f/4, -2/3eV
    ISO 800
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  52. Nikon D40 - Tamron 17-50/2.8 - iso 200 - Capture NX
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  53. This is one of my favorites from 2008. It is the only photo I've added to my website in the last 2 years. I have to go through them all and update my portfolio soon! I was shooting into the sun at sunset (at the Grand Canyon) at a high shutter speed and medium f-stop. No flash was used. The lens flare is created by the sun and is not a photoshop after effect. I darkened the edges in photoshop to create a vignetting effect so it would match the black background on my website better. I can post the original if that is preferred, but I like this one better. It was shot with my old 20D in May of 2008.
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  54. Canon 20D EF35mm f/2 1/50 iso400
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  55. A nervous bride patiently waits for her ceremony to begin. She overhears someone say her ceremony is set and ready for guests to be seated. The anticipation overwhelms her and she sneaks over in darkness, and throws open the doors to see where she will be wed. As she is engulfed in light she sees the aisle she will walk down and the butterflies in her stomach begin to flutter. Soon, she will be his wife.
    Technical Details:
    Fuji S3 Pro
    Nikon 17-55mm f/2.8 lens at 17mm
    Manual exposure, iso 400, f2.8, 1/250 - No Flash
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  56. Pentax K10D with a Sigma 17-70mm lens
     
  57. Canon 40d w/Canon 70-200 2.8IS: 145mm, 1/60th, f2.8, ISO800, no flash
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  58. Canon 30D, no flash-Early October wedding, there was a haunted house down the hill from the 'haunted mansion' the ceremony was held in.
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  59. Taken 1/2 hr before sunset using a 3 Stop Neutral Density Filter to even the exposure between Half Dome and the Bride's Dress. Used Nik Silver Effects Pro for Black & White Conversion. Shot @ f8 for highest sharpness of Canon 70-200 L F4 Lens. Camer and Settings: Canon 5D ISO 250 1/125s @ 106mm
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  60. Here's mine. Taken with a Canon 40D, 1/250 sec., f/11 ISO 400. Quantum 5d-r flash. Completely spontaneous. The bride and groom were kinda quite at first, but its obvious that the groom is truely happy!!
    This was my only wedding of the year and one of my best photos.
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  61. Canon 30D using a 430ex off camera to my right fired with a 580ex11 on camera.
    Incredible bride to work with - great fun and a really easy going couple.
    Bit more raunchy than your average bride shot but she wanted to show off the boots so at the end of the shoot we worked around that theme.
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  62. This was a tough one. I have prettier "artsy" images, but I felt this photo epitomized what we do best as wedding photographers. This wedding was the joining of two families. The photo taken seconds after the couple had walked down the aisle as man and wife, and their children converged on them.
    Canon 5D, 24 -105 at 40mm f4.0. Bounced fill using a 580ex.
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  63. D200 17-55mm...
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  64. One of my top ten, but it's too hard to choose my favorite.
    Shot with a Nikon D300 / 17-55 2.8 at 17mm, f13, 1/250th. Adjusted in Lightroom (blacks, contrast)
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  65. Getting ready...
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  66. Shady in the redwoods, a fill flash would've been better. I shot my first wedding in 1997 but have done so few since then I should count in the way less experienced section.
    Canon EOS 40D, 1/25, f/3.2 (Av mode), 16-35 2.8L at 26mm, Raw, ISO 800. Oct. 2008.
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  67. Nikon D200, Nikkor 17-55 2.8
    1/200 @ f/7.1, ISO 400
    Slight fill with SB-800
    Washington, DC - Lincoln Memorial
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  68. Nikon D300
    1/125 sec, F/5.6, ISO 200
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  69. 400D with 28-70
    Fill Flash at -1 2/3 stops
    At "Lochinvar" on the world famous Mt Panorama race track
    It was a long hot day....
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  70. August 18, 2007
    EF17-40, Canon Rebel XTI
    daylight, no flash
    A totally spontaneous moment...
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  71. March 08
    Canon 30D, 70-200/2.8IS
    1/1600 3.2
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  72. F 5.6, ISO 100, 1/60, 28-135MM
    I was covering a wedding in a remote village in the north of Spain, when we ran into a "traffic jam", the bride and groom got out of the car and ran behind the sheep and I took this shot. A case of being at the right place, at the right time!
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  73. Camera: Fuji S5 Pro
    Lens: Nikon 24-85 zoom
    Shot with available sunlight.
    Convert to B/W and soft lens effect around the subject.
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  74. Nikon D3 - Nikon 85mm AF-D f/1.4 - SB-900 off camera fired with Pocket Wizard
    ISO 2000 - 1/90sec - f/2.4

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  75. Pentax K100D ISO800: 1/350 at f4.5
    It was a cold rainy day so we were rushed because of the bride's discomfort. The umbrella was not only a prop, but became a practical accessory!
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  76. [​IMG]
    Ceremony
    Nikon D3 and Nikon 35mm F2
     
  77. Pentax K10D and Sigma 17-70mm lens
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  78. From a wedding shot back in August. Main light is a Vivitar 285 mounted on a stand, bounced off an umbrella from camera left. Shot with a Canon 30d, 1/10 @ 5.6, ISO 800.
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  79. Just Curious....what happened to my submittal?
    MODERATOR NOTE: Hi Michael.. Check your inbox! Hopefully you are using your correct email address on PN. Or, maybe it got caught in the spam filter? I had to delete 18 images from both forums combined because somewhow some people missed the directions at the top of the thread. All IMAGES NEED TO BE 500 PIXELS OR LESS IN WIDTH (I'm not yelling - just posting in caps so other's with new entrees see it too). Thanks Mr. Church... Hope you resubmit. Deadline is tonight ;-) If you miss the deadline - email me and maybe (no promises) I can open the thread for you.
     
  80. Fuji S5 with 55 mm lens, 160 at f4, ISO 500. A description of the making of this image can be found in my portfolio.
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  81. Here's my favourite shot from this (hot) summer wedding day; D200 17-55 (@17mm) 1/500s f4.5. (no flash)
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  82. Sometimes an image captures more than a moment in time....

    Nikon D200 18-200mm iso 1000, 1/60 @ F8 - April 2008 wedding reception
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    Excited flower girl runs to show her dress to the bride
    f2.8 1/800 ISO 2000 No flash D700
     
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    Groom and ushers take a short cut en-route to meet rest of wedding party
    Nikon D700 35mm f2, at f5.6 1/4000 ISO 640
     
  85. [​IMG]
    Kerstin getting ready
    Canon Eos 40D, 50mm 1.8, at 2.5 1/320 ISO 400
     
  86. [​IMG]
    Rice for luck

    Canon 40D, Tamron 17-50mm 2.8 - f2.8 at 1/400 ISO 200
    (reposted here - the image size was too small before)
     
  87. Fuji S5 pro, Nikon 24-70/2.8, ISO 400, @60/5.6, fill flash with SB800, B&W conversion using gradient map in PS CS3
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  88. Nikon D3 : f/18 1/13s @ ISO200
    Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 lens @ 28mm
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  89. Sorry - dropped connection as I went to attach. Here it is again:
    Pentax K10D
    ISO 400, DA* 16-50mm @ 50mm, f4.0, 1/30. pentax 540 flash on stroboframe w/ Fong bong.
    Shot inside the church lobby. Vingette and sepia done in Aperture.
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  90. D200, 18-200, f5.3, ISO 400
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  91. Pentax K10D, 16-50 DA* @ 24mm, f/4, 1/45 sec, ISO 400, Novatron 400 w/s kit about 15 pews back (2 lights, shoot thru umbrellas).
    btw, as a fellow K10 shooter with a '56 Buick, I'm voting for Peter Soszek; the only wedding pix I have with a '56 Buick are from MY WEDDING (which I obviously didn't shoot).
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    Canon 1D mk3, Canon 85mm f1.2 II
    1/200th @ f1.6 @ 1600 is ... flash gelled for tungsten
     
  93. Nighttime after wedding
    Couple dancing on golf course after wedding recreption
    ISO 3200 at f2.8 1/6 second.
    Nikon D3 with 24-70mm lens
    Light in background is from nearby town, light hitting couple is diffused from reception tent.
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  94. An hour before the wedding, a torrential downpour caused the lights to go out for 30 minutes in part of the city where I was shooting. It took the mother of the bride holding a flash light, and the father of the bride along with a few bridesmaids to get the dress laced up.
    As an aside, the rain stopped minutes before we all had to leave for the ceremony. The storm continued while we were inside the church, stopped for the receiving outside, and carried on during the 20 minute drive to the reception venue. It was grey and dark as the rain pelted, and we hydro-planed our way there.
    As soon as we arrived, there were bright blue skies and the sun was hot, drying up everything around us - just on time for family formals outside - Amen!
    Canon 30D, no flash, raw, f/4.0, ISO 1600, 1/50
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  95. Canon 40D f/4.5, 1/200, ISO 200, EF-S 10-22mm
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  96. Actually Moderator, the directions above states this: "500 pixels or less please (even though you have the ability normally to do 700 pixels or less"
    There is no wording that suggests "Width" in the statement above which would default the submissions of many here that exceed the 500 limit vertically.
    MODERATOR NOTE: Jammey - The site rules for the forums is that images should be 700 pixels in width or less. Many people already know this and they do know it has to do with width.
    The message about that is right on the page when you upload images.
    it says:
    If you wish your image to show up as an image and not a link, the maximum file size is 100 KBytes (full-size images from digital cameras won't work). Please crop or downsize to a width of 700 pixels for inline display; larger images and file sizes will appear as a link. You also need to provide a caption for your image. Images without captions will show up as links​
    So - that is why I wanted to make sure that was corrected to 500 for space saving reasons. That is for the people that read the specs for uploading so that when they saw width of 700 - they'd know we are requiring 500. However, Just for You - I've edited the thread intro to be more clear.
     
  97. I love this shot! I was thrilled to capture the brides smile, their romantic body posture and the urban, romantic ambiance of the setting all in one shot. Tech info is: nikon D3, iso 1600, 45mm, 1/60 at f4.5 -1/3EV, fill flash, aperture priority center weighted metering. 24-120 nikor lens. The only touch ups are 1.vignette added in lightroom. 2. candle moved in ps elements so it wasn't coming out of the grooms head anymore.
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  98. Hi all, the end of 2008 was my third year of capturing weddings. I do not do many, but do enjoy very much the ones that I do!

    The one I have submitted is probably one that remains truest to my creative style of shooting a wedding. I love capturing emotion and letting my clients 'be'...

    ISO100, 28mm, f/4, 1/100sec. Handheld. Late evening. Portable studio strobe.

    Post work included the substantial blur you see.

    Thank you. :)
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  99. MODERATOR NOTE:
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    Anything entered past 6pm that does not comply will be deleted. At some point I have to close the thread and won't be able to give you time to re-submit as I've been doing.
    I've already gone through twice now and given people chances to resubmit. Looking forward to getting together with the judges and reviewing both threads.
    Thanks for the great participation!!
     
  100. tdj

    tdj

    Nikon D300 with 17-55 2.8, 1/30th @ 4.0, SB-800 for fill, ISO 320.
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  101. Shot with Canon 30D, 180mm, 1/250, F/5. Evening wedding in North Carolina. Thanks.
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