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Basic camera equipment for a small indoor event shoot assignment.

If you ever wondered if you need to have plenty of high end camera gears for a small to moderate indoor event function (e.g a solemnization or small wedding) then I will like to share some in the list according to my past working experiences.(1)The camera body.A full frame body will be good but if you are new, running low on the money or just hesitant about jumping into large investments on equipment yet, a cropped body camera (like the Nikon D90) will still do the job in delivering A4 or 4"... continue reading

Has Spring Sprung Already?

I just got back from a fantastic school vacation at Stowe, Vermont - cross country skiing at the Trapp Family (Sound of Music) resort, downhill at the Mt. Mansfield and snowshoeing up the Pinnacle Trail.We were treated to a nice blast of fresh powder on our last day of skiing at Stowe and it was heaven.No chattering skis on groomed ice which is a real treat this winter.While it seems like our local winter fun has just begun, else where it seems that spring has already sprung.A recent... continue reading

Confused

OK. Now I'm confused. I'm a photographer mostly for weddings. I like to photograph other things but my main activity is weddings. I found today an image of mine (witch is here on dreamstime for selling ) on this site . An that guy pretends that he made that image. And he has my image in his portfolio. :( Now what! :( continue reading

No weddings, no way!

Since becoming a fulltime stock photographer I have been inundated with requests from family and friends to photograph them, their pets, their homes etc. Most of the time these shoots are a fun way to do something nice for the people I care about, as well as provide me with a great opportunity to expand my portfolio. However there is one request that I have always turned down with a very definite no, and that is weddings.I find it frustrating when a young 'bride to be', (one who's spent a small... continue reading

A Crash course in Wedding Photography

My take onWedding Photography - Kenneth William CalenoEssential EquipmentTwo camera bodies that share the lensesTwo flashes (strobes) plus cables, etc.,18mm-55mm zoom-for groups50mm standard lens F1.8 or even better F1.4-for low-light situationsNot essential, but handy for candids and from back of church images- 70mm-300mm zoom lenslarge capacity digital storage cardsAt least triple batteries as you think you will needTwo white reflectorsDiffusion (soft-focus) filter... continue reading

Love is in the air

Spring is on the way and with it comes the Springtime weddings and Holidays. I have created a new series of wedding invitations and Greeting cards for Easter and Mother's Day. Here are just a few. continue reading

Weddings tips

Wedding is the most precious celebrating in our lives.It is happening usually only one time in live (maybe more sometimes) and it is most wonderful moments. There wont be any repeat of it so always be carefully prepare for it as photographer. Accident happened always when they are not welcome so have always with your self a backup of your equipment, camera, memory cards (lots of them), batteries, tripod (I heard that someone even took ladder with him self to do some unusual photos from top view,... continue reading

Chinese traditional wedding

China is a large country with 56 nationalities.Different nationalities have different marriage customs, but whatever the nationality is, the wedding ceremony is usually very complicated.The traditional Chinese marriage usually involves 6 necessary procedures, namely: match-making, engagement, betrothal presents, meeting the bride,three bows, and drinking wedlock wine. In addition, a typical Chinese wedding nowadays goes like this:when a new couple is engaged, what followed is a choice of the date... continue reading

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