Discuss everything including the optimal equipment, seasons, techniques and tips for capturing excellent photos.
It sounds like you want to relax and enjoy the wedding, rather than work it. Which is exactly how I feel about these things too.
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Hey David, if you've never been out to Eco Village you might want to take your camera just in case. You never know what you'll see there. I'm envisioning a lot of barefoot people with flowers in their hair. But seriously, the views of Ithaca from that hill are pretty spectacular. The Village is pretty cool too.
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IMG_5268 by Nanspix, on Flickr
Was asked to do two different weddings this past weekend...just as favors...none of the families had a ton of money to pour into a professional wedding photographer and they both said they trusted me to get some memories for them. Going into it I was scared to death...and then when I actually started having fun with the families I just started capturing moments. Are they to the level of a professional....no....but it was my gift to the families involved and they have something to remember the day by....and I had a great deal of fun!
Sondra & Andrew T by Nanspix, on Flickr
Brenda, yes Eco Village is quite different. Not my thing, but after one weekend there last fall i have to say there is a really cool sense of community. Lack of high tech stuff and hi tech interconnectivity has built a culture where people actually talk, sit and enjoy each other.
Will have the tripod in tow for Trumen! Got the upper part last fall but had no time for the lower part. A couple pics attached.
Nanspix, cool pics. Did a YouTube search of wedding photography last night and found some really creative ideas. Seemed the ones who did really well (successful) created a "style" that they kept with. A style that comes from their own personality it seemed. They stayed "true to themselves." Maybe that's you.