looking forward to more. loved your last one.
Great shot! I love your work on the Indian weddings. Really great framing makes the colors pop even more.
So did you try the PC-E during the ceremony?
Anxiously awaiting brother!
very, very , very nice.
i hear photogs make BANK at indian weddings.. local guy i know acts as a contract shooter for the "best indian photographer in the area" i know he makes great money being a 2nd/3rd shooter for this guy, but they are all in it together like an indian mafia..
it would be difficult for anyone not in this mafia to get a indian wedding around me, however if they had pics like girth's i don't think they'd have a problem.
Can't wait for more.
The picture is blurry. You didn't shoot at f/10 1/125 sec ISO 200 like you're supposed to. Fail.
hard to imagine texas has so many indian people
In an *average* wedding, we shoot a total of 1,500-2,000 pictures, deliver about 600-800. Last Indian wedding, we shot 4,700 and delivered 1,252 total pics. I'm guessing this will be in the 1,500-1,750 range delivered. My second shooter had never shot an Indian wedding and she's very detail oriented... so she was on detail duty all day.How many do you actually deliver out of that 6000?
Fuck...pros must have all kinds of HD space...I shot the models on Thursday and an e-shoot yesterday, roughly 2200 pics between the 2 shoots, and that was almost 60 GB
I have 6TB in raid0 (no redundancy) as storage, but fuck...
Though work just bought me 2 2TB LaCie drives for all the video stuff I do..the sexy aluminum ones... I think I'm gonna take em home with me
Ben shoots Nikon. More manageable files.
Shot my first Indian wedding today!! Fucking awesome!
Couple was not as nice looking as Bens... But they are both awesome, I hope that comes through in the pics....
I'll have some up tomorrow...
Awesome stuff. Definitely excited to see the rest.