Auditioning with the 85/1.4

Started Apr 15, 2007 | Discussions thread
Waldo_O Senior Member • Posts: 1,538
Re: joseph...

nuteshack wrote:

Uncle Frank wrote:

josephho wrote:

people have most likely hired worse photographers for a wedding but
you should be aware of the responsibility a couple is trusting you
with. this is not a day to be messing around with.

Thanks for the feedback, Joseph. I couldn't agree more with your
sentiments about wedding photography. It's not an assignment to be
taken lightly, and gear alone won't carry the day. Your comments
were very appropriate in light of the samples I shared on this
thread. I promise to do better on the wedding day.

well Frank, i still want u to do my daughter's weddings (notice
that plurality, i still have 5 more girls to marry off..o boy).
finances permitting of course...;-))

love your work and especially your STYLE ...

bless
;-))

You were reading my mind Nute.

And if not for the generous contributions of people like you and Frank how would inexperienced people like myself know how a lens does wide open, or what the bokeh characteristics are?

Frank, to me it is obvious from your examples that people are comfortable with you as the photographer. But the cat shot (with the beautiful boke btw) - it seemed a little less trusting of you at the moment.

Thanks for all of your posts Frank. They are entertaining and informative.

Keith

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