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Old February 8th, 2006, 06:51 PM   #31
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Ed....dang, i never thought of that!!!! Lets all start using Night Shot Mode....SWEEET!!!! I love it....infrared :) Maybe if the bride/groom are both marines or army soldiers???
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Old February 9th, 2006, 09:53 AM   #32
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I actually used that! Shot this wedding on New Year's Eve. It was about 8 pm when the ceremony finished and everyone was making a mad dash to the reception.

Now get this. The 'organizers' rented one of those gasoline-powered golf carts for the limo. It was a 6-seater thing that tourists use to run around the island. REALLY cool! So, I wanted to get shots of them setting out the beer cans and hopping on this thing and pulling away.

Anyway, it was TOTALLY dark outside and the only real light was coming from the passing cars and a few street lamps. I didn't want to blind people with my lamps so I flipped on the Super NightShot and the IR effect made for an effective transition between ceremony and reception.

Everyone loved it! Go figure.....
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San Patricio, Texas
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