From this weekends wedding: I'm going through over 2,200 frames from a job I'm sure some would say we overshot a little... But I have known the groom since I was in middle school, so we spared no media cards. My associate photographer and I blasted 16.3GB worth of NEF's in less than 6 hours: here is a peak at a few of my personal favorites. I purposely chose a variety of compositions to display here. I'd love to hear your thoughts on them. D2x, 28-70 AFS, 1/60, f/4, ISO 200, bounce flash + window light. Using her dress as a backdrop, I stood on a rather flimsy chair while the bridesmaids held her dress up high. D2h, 12-24 AFS DX, 1/60, f/4, ISO 320, bounce flash + window light I couldn't let her bridemaids hide behind the dress all day! (Her daughter is on the left.) D2x, 28-70 AFS, 1/80, f/4, ISO 320, window light, -0.7EV bounce fill flash Detail of the rings & dress. D2x, 28-70 AFS, 1/500, f/4. ISO 200, multiple wireless SB800's. Formal Bridal portrait means I get to use wireless iTTL! D2x, 28-70 AFS, 1/80, f/4, ISO 400, bounced flash This is my buddy trying to be GQ. He's not used to being photographed, but he did well here. D2h, 12-24 AFS DX, 1/1,250, f/5.6, ISO 400, -1EV fill flash The infamous group shot. I love the Bride's daughter holding her hands up so she doesn't have to see them kiss! D2x, 28-70 AFS, 1/1,600, f/4.5, ISO 200, -1EV fill flash Trying out a new angle. D2x, 28-70 AFS, 1/6 (yes you read that correct) f/3.2 ISO 400, rear sync flash. Not a Photoshop effect folks. With a shutter speed at 1/6 sec, I twisted and moved the camera to smear the background into a firery painting. Thanks for lookin at the modem buster.