Chapter Six. Shooting Weddings Like a Pro

How to Get Professional Results from Your Next Shoot

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SHUTTER SPEED: 1/25 SEC F-STOP: F/2.8 ISO: 1000 FOCAL LENGTH: 82MM | PHOTOGRAPHER: SCOTT KELBY

Shooting a wedding is tricky business, and if you have friends (and they know you have a nice camera), it’s only a matter of time before you’re standing in a church yelling things like, “Okay, next I need the groom’s grandmother and grandfather.” Once you’ve said that line aloud in a church, you are officially ordained as a temporary wedding photographer. Now, just because you took the gig for free, as a favor to that guy you know over in accounting, don’t ...

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