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ebi- her site seems to be down at the moment. It was from a series of cake smash photos. The photo was of part of a foot, very blurry, you couldn’t even tell it was a foot really.
Why in the name of all that is holy would you put this on your “professional” page?????
One more, to me..this whole set made me nervous. I don’t like babies wrapped in lights:
Foxtog- Bummer the page got pulled, I so wanted to find out what happened with Witney (sp?) and his middle finger pic..lol
message me what the new page is: https://www.facebook.com/katie.waters.3950
Karma is a b*tch! Sounds like she got what she deserved!
Stef- I agree with what you said and can totally see it from that perspective.
For sure, I wouldn’t want to take away from their time or go against their wishes. Just to clarify: He was at the back of the church and seemed to be packing up (he had already been with them quite awhile) I honestly thought he was finished and getting ready to step out (the other photog was off somewhere else) I would of never attempted a photo while the hired photog’s were shooting.
They actually didn’t say no photos, and in fact, it was announced at the start of the ceremony that we could take photos after (and also said the same thing on their wedding website). If it had said no cameras, or cameras at the reception only, I would of never dreamed of taking it out. There never did end up being a time that they weren’t with the hired photog’s so I just went ahead to the reception without taking any.
In the end, I did send an email to the bride apologizing for the faux pas and explaining what happened. I was sure she had heard the exchange, but she hadn’t.
Oops, just noticed the typo I made in the original post. But yes, it felt super cheesy too, standing there covering our eyes.
nesgran- that’s what I thought. He may have said $60 a minute, being a smart-a$$, but I am pretty sure I heard “an hour”
At the reception, and I don’t know if this is right..because I haven’t read a whole lot about lighting, they were using a flash with a diffuser on it, pointed toward the ceiling (it was a really low white ceiling. The room had a lot of colored lights in it) They didn’t have any of their own separate lighting other than the flashes which stayed on the camera the whole time.
That was funny!
Then I saw this one (not a photography one) while I was there. I have to try this:
I have read:
Understanding Exposure -Bryan Peterson
Learning to See Creatively – Bryan Peterson
The Photographer’s eye- Michael Freeman
The Digital Photography Book- Scott Kelby (not one of my favorites)
fauxfighters- Oh no! Are your friends the “my first wedding” section on her page?
Or maybe the show you were talking about, the kids are in college?
If that is the case…they could of been any age.
I hate- I totally get where you are coming from. I agree, it is hard to tell sometimes without hearing the voice. And I did kind of post a random link without much description. No hard feelings at all! ツ