Tips on Wedding Photography Episode 1 | Photography Tips

by Staff October 2, 2016 at 10:50 am

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  1. GREAT video (as always!). I do have one question. For the wide shots (ceremony, bride's room etc.), what is the advantage of using the 35mm fixed, as opposed to a 18-35mm lens? I ask, because I need to add a wide angle lens, to my bag ;-)

  2. Hello I was asked to shoot a wedding on April 23rd and this is my first time I'm extremely nervous extremely I was wondering if u could tell what my settings should be set at I'll be using 18-55mm lens, 50 mm lens, and also 55-250mm lens can u tell me what settings would be best and it will be more likely in a church both ceremony and reception?? And I have a canon rebel T2I

  3. The sigma 70-200 2.8 is a better lens, and it's not even an Art or C yet, so you can imagine when they come out with that. Surprising but true, the Canon is 2nd in quality and more $ which is sad.

  4. Lens choices are very subjective. It all depends on your style. If you are strapped for money the Canon 85mm 1.8 prime is one of the best, if not THE best portrait lens Canon makes for the money. That lens rivals others that cost many times more.

  5. Jana absolutely love your videos!  I have been debating on getting a Nikon 70-200mm lens but I rented one and it just seemed SO heavy to me I am not sure I would put it to good use.  Do you think its absolutely neccesarry to have?  I have a great 18-300mm lens that seems to take sharp pictures!  only a F3.5 though.  Do you think I can get away with using that plus my 35 and 50mm lenses for weddings?

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