Uploaded by Christine Lemon on January 7, 2013 at 11:35 pm
How we photograph a wedding ceremony. Website www.davenunnstudios.co.uk Wedding photography Moxhull Hall
Cool Gary, thanks for letting me know and glad the wedding went well 🙂
Hi, thanks for the comment. My cameras are all set to evaluative metering !! I like to use the technology built into the camera, and 99% of the time it get’s it bang on for me …… I just make sure I’m not blowing the highlights
Hi Dave, when in the church, do you expose more for the shadows or highlight areas of the photo? Thanks so much and keep up the great work.
Wedding Christmas Eve with new 5D mk3 went well. Found images crisp and nicely saturated seems to lock on subject very fast. Almost no out of focus shots. Well pleased with camera.. Worth the upgrade from the 5D.
Hi Gary, thanks for the comment and glad you enjoyed the videos. Will look forward to hearing how you got on with the new camera, and good luck with the wedding.
Hi David just upgraded from my 5D to the 5Dmk3, nice bit of kit! extra res an superb low noise and better focusing to..shooting my last wedding of the year on christmas eve with it, i will keep you posted how it goes.. love your video’s fella..
Hi, thank you for the kind comments and glad you enjoyed the videos. I love to shoot natural light whenever possible 🙂
i always love and amaze to see a wedding photographer shooting without flash!! light isnatural same with the emotions of the couple you are shooting! that’s the way it is! good job!
Hi again, I use Canon 5DII’s mostly with a 70-200 f2.8 and a 17-40 f4
Hi, thanks for the kind comments. My cameras are all set to ‘P’ mode and for inside most Churches I just use a high ISO, normally 1600iso. I use the rear dial to adjust for exposure compensation, and am usually opened up a little for inside a church.
Hope this helps
Oh and not sure if this has been asked already but what camera and lens are you using in this video. Thanks
Great videos, lots of ideas for myself. What settings do you set your camera to inside the church to allow you to shoot indoors without flash?
Hi, thank you for the kind comment 🙂 Glad you enjoyed them.
Hi, thanks for the comment and glad you enjoyed the videos 🙂
I love the way this video is edited; seeing the finished shot in the middle of live action is fantastic.
thank you so much for this video. i’ve always liked shooting people, and what better chance to do that than wedding photography?! This series is such an inspiration.
Thank you very much.
Hi, I always use evaluative metering and use the Canon’s rear dial for exposure compensation when required. I have been doing it like this for so long that I pretty much know how the evaluative is going to expose the scene and whether to compensate or not.
Hi, thanks for the comments and glad you enjoyed the videos. The Black Rapid double strap is the best I’ve ever used and stuck with 🙂 I can recommend them.
Hi, thank you for your kind comments and glad you enjoyed the videos. Good luck with your photography.
in only a very pasionate hobby Photographer right now, but i hope that i can do more of my photography one day, your video is avery good inspiration and help.. and very good Photos, teyh show what photography has to show, memory and feelings…
Do you spot-meter on their cheek when you shoot without flash?
Hey Dave fantastic vid, would you consider the Black Rapid dr1 strap or how do you find the setup in the videos with the straps n everything possibly be annoying!!
whats your take, I love to hear…
Hi Mark, thank you for the kind comment 🙂
Hi guy! you are AMAZING!
Hi, thanks for the comment. I love that photo too 🙂
G’day Dave at 2.54 that is the most awesome photo. The best I have ever seen.
Hi, the light is a Lowel ID video light ….
What light is your assistant using to light the bride?
Hi there, yep I use Auto focus all the time …. Using the centre focus point only though.
G’day Dave in this video when you were using your canon ef 70-200 f/2.8 is usm lens were you using the Auto focus.
G’day Dave thank you for replying back to me regarding about using the flash, cheer
Hi Andy, using ETTL lets the flash do it’s own thing, normally it gets the light bang on. But if I want more or less light than the flash thinks is right I can override it using the rear dial on the flash to force it to give more light or less light depending on what effect I’m looking for.
G’day Dave I didn’t understand what you meant by ” I compensate the output using the rear dial when required” what do you mean by that when using the flash . Cheers, Andy
Hi Andy, my flash is always set to ETTL and I just compensate the output using the rear dial when required ….
G’day Dave I forgot to ask this but some of the time you were using a flash with a flash diffuser. What were your settings? Thanks, Andy
Hi, thanks for the comment. Not so much cost as time …. Takes about an hour to edit a minute of video …. !! LOL
What a great video. Hate to think of the cost!
Hi, I use the Canon 70 – 200 f2.8 IS for around 70% of each wedding, then a 17 – 40 f4 for the wider work.
Dave, what camera lens are you using it seems like you only using one type.
ohhhh okaay.. haha thanks, nice edits by the way. im tryin to get one like urs cos they look so hd hq
Hi, the photos that come up in the videos are the fully edited jpegs ….
is the photos edited already? cos i dont get the same Color/White balance with my photos unedited
Hi, yes I only use the centre focus point, focussing on the eyes then recomposing the shot …..
Hi, and thank you for the kind comment. Glad you enjoyed the videos.
I noticed when you take pictures you point up then bring the camera down and take the shot or the other way around. Why is that? Are you center focusing at all times? Thanks!
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