My first wedding with OMD

Started May 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
69chevy Senior Member • Posts: 1,617
Re: My first wedding with OMD

Y1981 wrote:

69chevy wrote:

Your pictures are of the bride and groom, not of the wedding.

This is a part of a wedding when couple walking in city in various places, my favorite part, I decided to share this part with forum. Weddings are not the same all over the world.

"A wedding is the ceremony in which two people are united in marriage".

And? There was ceremony in something like city council in US, but not in church, when it will be in church I'll share it.

I have. During the ceremony, in an effort to have enough DOF to get the bride, groom, and wedding participants all in focus.

That is your way of doing things, why not:-) I never use ISO above 3200, one of the shots with 3200 I showed. With m4\3 you have bigger DOF, so theres no need of high iso.

I didn't decide. They are clearly posing.

It is a normal part of every wedding in Russia, they posed of course, sometimes, but not everywhere on photos.

I am not trying to take anything away from your images, I think they are very, very good.

I am merely stating my opinion that these pictures are not of the wedding.

They are well composed, well exposed, well processed, beautiful pictures.

Minus the wedding rings, they could also be engagement, prom, marketing, or fashion pictures.

That is my only critique.

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