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Old April 19th, 2009, 08:03 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Lukas Siewior View Post
Thx guys again for advises. It turned out much better then I thought because the bride rethought her decision and announce in the morning (noon) when we arrived that we'll bounce to the park to do photoshoot right after the ceremony and the reception will be delayed 30 mins or so... what a relieve. So everything when very well (except limo being late 40 mins - we were late 10 mins to the church). And bride was less then worried about the video - she just went with the flow of the day.
Lukas, I'm happy to hear that everything went well... Everything worked for me as well. I put my H2 behind a chair in the front well and captured the vows that way. I was pretty impressed actually by the quality. It was about 7ft away from them positioned upward from the floor.

Thanks everyone for the advice. Travis I should have recorded it back for her and showed her the next day. I have a feeling that she wouldn't have changed her mind.
Dana..I like the idea of hiding it behind the jacket somewhere. I might try this out just to get it out of all the pictures and my shots. Does it work well?
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