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Fun Pittsburgh Wedding

Discussion in 'People' started by Electromen, May 27, 2007.

  1. The reception was at PNC Park, home of the Pirates.


    A big kiss for the Bride


    When they announced the bridal party, the Pirate Parott walked her in.
    The Groom was behind them and pushed the Parott away and took his bride.


    One from West End Overlook


    All with Fuji S5 Pro, 17-55 f/2.8 DX and SB800 with Fiip-It diffuser on Stroboframe.
    No PP except save for web.
  2. Very nice work Greg and really colorful too.
  3. Thanks Melissa, It really was fun.

    Of course any shots using a Fuji S5 should include one at ISO 1600

  4. Fun looking wedding. Love the image done at ISO1600 but I would touch up the moles on her back so that they were not quite so noticeable. It has great color and sort of a dreamy quality about it.
  5. These are nice, no very nice pictures Greg !
  6. MurphyD


    Jan 17, 2007
    South Texas
    I love the bride's smile. Radiant. She should love the pictures.
    One irrelevant and irreverent question, though. How many rolls of duct tape were required to secure the bridesmaid's dresses in that precarious position?

  7. Nice photos and it looks like everyone had a fun time. If only every wedding could be like that.
  8. Thanks, I'll do that. These are all straight out of the camera.
  9. Thanks everyone for the replies.
  10. Nice shots. Kinda surprised to see blown out parts of the dress with the S5, as this is supposed to be where the Fuji reigns supreme... :confused: 
  11. DarkGT


    May 27, 2007
    San Diego, CA
    At ISO 1600 how do you keep from getting noise? I was shooting pictures as a hobbyist at a friends wedding a couple of weeks ago with my D50 and noticed a TON of noise in the dark / black parts of the image. Nothing I did could get it to go away. Any thoughts or am I just doing something wrong? At that point the camera was on auto everything with a bounce flash.
  12. Nice set of shots... Looks as it was a really fun wedding, for everybody....
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