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Aaron Almquist August 7th, 2010 10:34 AM

Jim + Jessica (my favorite wedding this summer)
All T2i Footage,

Lenses used:

Canon 15 2.8
Sigma 30 1.4
Canon 85 1.8


Noel Lising August 9th, 2010 07:00 AM

Love it! The backlight during the cake cutting is the money shot. Visually it is perfect, I just wished you included some natural audio (vows, etc).

Thank you for sharing.

Rochelle Morris August 10th, 2010 04:39 AM

nice work Aaron,
the natural audio at the start was beautiful - perhaps it could have been cut and used in pieces during the clip as an option.

Osmany Tellez August 17th, 2010 03:06 PM

Hi Aaron.

Loved the video, looks really good. Wanted to ask you how you like the T2i for weddings? I got one 5D and will love to get the 7D but I think I short on $$$$ so I was looking at this T2i option. Any issues, pros, comments? it looks really nice on yout vid. how many T2i's did you used?



Aaron Almquist August 17th, 2010 09:07 PM

Hey Osmany,

Thanks for the nice comment. I love my T2i for weddings. I have one T2i, and shoot with an XH-A1 as well. The T2i is quite smaller than a 5D and 7D, but produces the same imagery. You don't have the in-between iso's with it, but since i don't own a 5D or 7D I don't miss that feature. I saw my overheating indicator come on yesterday halfway through an outdoor ceremony in 100 degree weather. But I let it run through the rest of the ceremony with no problems. If you decide to go with it I think you might like the 1.6 crop factor you get from the T2i, its great for getting in closer.

Personally I am going to wait until canon puts out it's 60D to buy another DSLR. From what little i've seen, if it has the flip out screen with full HD capability for a few hundred bucks more than the T2i I'm going to buy it.

Hope this helps your decision.

-Aaron Almquist

Martin Wiosna August 18th, 2010 10:13 AM

some real smooth camera work there...looked like you were on rails!

Aaron Almquist August 18th, 2010 12:28 PM

Thanks Martin,

Yeah I'm using a DIY Indeslider, best $160 i've ever spent!

Dijon Taylor August 18th, 2010 02:44 PM


Originally Posted by Aaron Almquist (Post 1560351)
Thanks Martin,

Yeah I'm using a DIY Indeslider, best $160 i've ever spent!

Do you mind explaining how you made it?

Aaron Almquist August 18th, 2010 04:32 PM

Not at all! I came across this info on a another forum awhile ago. Here's the link ZazaSlider Instructions

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