S100fs blurred photo's help

Started Oct 27, 2008 | Discussions thread
M87 Regular Member • Posts: 456
Re: Stick to what you know

prime wrote:

amc123 wrote:

Someone in the tread
also said they would shoot a wedding with one.

The "someone" to whom you refer would be me. And I did not say that
I WOULD shoot a wedding with an S100fs, but that I DID shoot a
wedding -- a wedding of great personal importance to me -- with one;
and I also wrote that I had the option to shoot the event with a
Nikon D200 plus two Nikkor lenses, and that I have no doubt that I
made the right choice in selecting the S100fs over the Nikon.

Now, it happens that the couple being married, one of whom is our
only child, hired a professional photographer -- who was well
compensated, indeed -- to record the event,

Normally, when one claims to have "shot a wedding", I expect them to be the main photographer. Forgive me, but you did not shoot this wedding. You paid someone else to shoot the wedding and you moved around the periphery taking some snap shots.

For this purpose, the S100fs is certainly up to the task although, on this occasion, it looks as though you concentrated more on the wedding than on the photography, which is understandable, given your relationship to one of the happy couple.

Were I in your place, I would probably even have left the S100fs at home and just enjoyed the wedding, that is why you pay a professional.

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