Pre-wedding questions

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Gabor Esperon
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Re: What the hell is wrong with you guys???
In reply to Flyinmotion, 4 months ago

Flyinmotion wrote:

Gabor Esperon wrote:

Flyinmotion wrote:

Gabor Esperon wrote:

Sorry I am going off a little, but I see this kind of sh*t everyday with about anything.

The OP asked for specific help and everybody went in full "wet blanket" mode shooting him down instead of giving really helpful advice. That's not the way to encourage and help someone.

First, you don't know what the arrangement between two friends is. Second, what makes you think he doesn't know the risks involved? And even if he doesn't, nobody, NOBODY, have ever learnt anything without risks and mistakes.

So if you want to help, please help him succeed by offering solutions to what he is asking for, that I think was very specific.

By the way, I remember I read this: http://photo.net/learn/wedding/equipment a while back and found it interesting. Check it out.

EDIT: Just to clarify, the rant wasn't for everybody

Thank you to correct it. And, thank you for your link.

No problem.. I also would checkout photos of weddings on the net. If you have time stop by Barnes and Nobles (or any book store) and look thru photo books, it can be a great source of inspiration and internalizing composition, etc etc

On the bay area there is a lot of great places. Walk around the beaches, drive down from SF thru Pacifica by the CA-1. Check the mountains too, the 92 going to Half Moon Bay or further north Point Reyes, but that may be a little far. I recommend to take your time and explore around, you do have a lot of homework to do... Have fun!

EDIT: typos and GOOD LUCK!

I'm thinking about 17 Miles.

I pin pointed a few places I think are worth checking out:

https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zxvMxsgvy-dc.kCfkqFytbCZ8

The good think from shooting across the golden gate bridge is the view of SF on the background... On the coast the sunsets are awesome when it is not foggy.

I used to live in Pacifica but I barely remember all places I think it would be worth it to visit them and check the areas around.

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