[email protected] wrote: I have a Canon 5D Mark 111, been taking pictures for about one year. So, I still have a lot to learn.
I recently bought a new lens, Canon prime 85mm F1.2 to take pictures of our new grandchild. When I try to focus on more than
one subject, like 3 people. I can't get everyone in focus. Can anyone help me with this issue? Regards, Bryan
epicphotography wrote: Hey everyone,
I actually just finished writing an article about the 5 most important tips you need to know and implement before shooting your first wedding.
Here is one of the points:
Before we get started, you need to know that being an awesome wedding photographer is NOT all about photography!Having good photography skills is only about 30% of what it takes to being an awesome wedding photographer!
The other 70% includes:
I wrote an article on A day in the life of a wedding photographer , I suggest you read it to give you a really good idea, step by step, total overview of what it’s like to actually be the photographer on the day.
- Being happy, friendly and having the ability to build rapport with anyone and become everyones best friend.
- Being an awesome problem solver when things go wrong, ie, car breaks down, camera breaks, mother in law faints, etc etc, and yes, these have all happened to me!
- Being able to think quickly on your feet, make big decisions and convince everyone it is the right thing to do.
- Being bold, get people to listen to you but never be rude. Crowd control
- Being an entertainer, have fun with the bridal party, crack jokes, play games, give the bride and groom the best possible experience so they enjoy having their photos taken.
- and lots more…
phototrims wrote: " Go outside & shoot photos rather than spending hours a day on photography forums "
Link for another thread that wanders down that path -
prashant mahto wrote: suggest me best DSLR camera for beginner
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