Country Victoria wedding last Saturday

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Country Victoria wedding last Saturday

Postby ozimax on Mon Sep 30, 2019 5:10 pm

A beautiful but chilly day gave great opportunity for me to dust off the camera gear and shoot my nephew's wedding. Unfortunately my Panasonic 12-60 F3.5 lens died about halfway through the day's proceedings, but of course I had a stack of backup gear, so apart from a few lost shots, all was well. I also shot with my xpro2/35 and have attached a few environmental images (Acros film simulation but shot in raw). Most of the images were traditionally posed etc but I think the environmental candids are way more fun as they capture so much more emotion.

ImageAcros33 by Max Young, on Flickr

ImageAcros32 by Max Young, on Flickr

ImageAcros30 by Max Young, on Flickr

ImageAcros29 by Max Young, on Flickr

ImageAcros28 by Max Young, on Flickr

Exhaustion setting in
ImageAcros27 by Max Young, on Flickr

Everyone's tired!
ImageAcros26 by Max Young, on Flickr

ImageAcros25 by Max Young, on Flickr

ImageAcros24 by Max Young, on Flickr
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Re: Country Victoria wedding last Saturday

Postby Matt. K on Wed Oct 02, 2019 8:06 pm

Some beautiful images there Ozi.......I always enjoyed shooting weddings because of the positive attitude of all present. They are such joyous occasions. The b&W images suit very well. Go Fuji!
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Re: Country Victoria wedding last Saturday

Postby gstark on Thu Oct 03, 2019 8:19 am

Matt. K wrote:The b&W images suit very well. Go Fuji!


I agree, although I believe that he ran out of colour pixels. :biglaugh:

Nice selection of images, telling a great, positive story.
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Re: Country Victoria wedding last Saturday

Postby TonyT on Thu Oct 03, 2019 10:35 am

Yes I like the set to. Very nice captures.
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Re: Country Victoria wedding last Saturday

Postby biggerry on Fri Oct 11, 2019 2:43 pm

Nicely done Ozi!
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Re: Country Victoria wedding last Saturday

Postby zafra52 on Sat Oct 12, 2019 2:38 pm

You've done a great job! I find candid photos tell better stories.
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