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Old October 9th, 2009, 09:57 AM   #1
My First Wedding
Brian Boyko Brian Boyko is offline October 9th, 2009, 09:57 AM

Here's my first wedding - my friends Kaci and Roy who got married on Sept. 26.

I don't have the reception done yet (one of the guests ran off with my field recorder, and I need that...) but the ceremony is done.

I don't know - it's certainly not professional quality, but I think it has it's own charms.

It was filmed with a Canon T1i (at 720p30) (I've since upgraded to the 7D) as the main cam, with the Canon HG20 as backup. Audio was recorded using a Samson Zoom H4n, Samson Zoom H2, Sennheiser EW/SW100 wireless lav, Audio Technica AT875 and a Juicedlink Pre-amp & Mixer. (as well as the onboard sound of the T1i)

The ceremony was at the Cathedral of Junk in Austin, TX.

Part 1: The Introduction - YouTube - The Cutest Wedding Ever - Roy Janik and Kaci Beeler - Part 1 - Introduction (Using Prezi)
Part 2: The Guests Arrive - YouTube - The Cutest Wedding Ever - Roy Janik and Kaci Beeler - Part 2 - The Guests Arrive (8mm film look.)
Part 3: The Wedding Party and a Few Words - YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
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Part 4: Roy sings a love song to Kaci on the Ukelele - YouTube - The Cutest Wedding Ever - Roy Janik and Kaci Beeler - Part 4 - Roy Sings A Love Song to Kaci
Part 5: The Unity Volcano and Vows - YouTube - The Cutest Wedding Ever - Roy Janik and Kaci Beeler - Part 5 - The Unity Volcano and Vows
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Hi Brian, I just finished watching Part 5 and I will just make a couple of comments. You did a good job controlling exposure however, you desperately need a good fluid head tripod. It looks like you are seriously tripod "challenged". Think smooth with all of your camera motions.
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Yeah - it was definitely a problem; though my tripod's usually more fluid than that...

I think one of the big deals was that I was using the 70-300m lens with that shot, and I was around 40 ft. away.
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