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Old June 21st, 2009, 09:15 PM   #1
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Osmany Tellez Osmany Tellez is offline June 21st, 2009, 09:15 PM

Ok, this is a site a check on daily, its my rutine. Have learned and hope to keep learning from this cool community.

Please, critique, critique and critique..don't be shy..I can take it.

bit explaining:
there was not photoshoot, no bride or groom preparation.
Also no photographer in the wedding..yeahhh to that.
I was set up fro ceremony but things changed last sec and all the guests sorrounded and blocked my set up..so I had pick my camera up and push my way in.
I will like to spend more time working on this highlights but have time pressure so this is what I ended up with.

This was my second wedding.

This is a password protected video on Vimeo

password: LAVEGA

thanks to all.
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Old June 21st, 2009, 10:09 PM   #2
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great work... what a beautiful location. I once did a wedding with the same setup. No chairs, people just lingering around hoping to a good view of the action. It makes for a pretty challenging day. What camera did you use... you listed a DVX for your equipment. If thats upres'd footage thats the best i've seen yet.


-I thought it could have been a little shorter, really fill the time up with the best of the best shots.
-I think you could have also added in the audio while the B&G were talking at the table.
- I thought the intro looked great...

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Old June 22nd, 2009, 05:55 PM   #3
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Thanks Stephen. glad you liked it.

_agree...but found myself puttings shots just to fill time so that other shots will fall at certain place...I don't like it that way..but couldn't fing a better way...I wish I had more shots..example..photo shoot or prep......need to play more.
_funny thing is that the bride was always talking...the groom didn't speak the language so she translated everything that was going on...will check to see how I could add some audio.
_glad you liked the intro.

I haven't updated my equipment list....sold my dvx and now I carry a HVX200A...my wife was taking photos with her 5D mark11 and a few shots also from her are included in the video.

Thanks for your feed back...
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