Here are a few wedding images from thie weekend for your review and comment. IR Wedding Environmental Portrait It's been a while since I've been able to do any IR work at a wedding. So this is alittle basic. I'd like to do more with IR portraits (closer up.) The lowdown: D100 & 12-24 AFS DX @15mm ISO 800, 1-sec manual exposure @ f/8 Infrared light - Tiffen 87 IR filter (A tripod was deffinitely used - but I'm still workin' on hand holding those 1-sec. exposures!) Wind & The Veil With such a beautiful bride, every time she smiled it was a fabulous moment. When the wind took her veil I grabbed the end to my right, brought it toward me and held it under my lens. The lowdown: D2x & 28-70 AFS @ 28mm ISO 400, 1/640 sec. Aperture Priority @ f/5.6 SB800 fill flash -0.7EV The Boys Will Play The guys at every wedding love to horse around - these fellas were no exception. The lowdown: D2x & 28-70 AFS @ 28mm ISO 400, 1/500 sec. Aperture Priority @ f/5.6 Natural light On the Altar with Flowers A traditional, yet powerful pose. The lighting in the church was particularly colorful. The lowdown: D2x & 28-70 AFS @ 28mm ISO 400, 1/60 sec. manual exposure @ f/4.5 Remote SB800 from left, natural light from right, fill flash bounced up and diffused at 45 degrees. On the Altar with Flowers (mixed B&W/color) The same shot as above, but with portions mixed in B&W and color. This edit was requested by the bride because she saw a similar shot in my portfolio. Which do you prefer?