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Wedding table advice - Chris Hanley has some great wedding table photography advice.

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Chris HanleyChris Hanley is one of Damien Lovegroves training experts and also one of Damien's co tutors.   Courses are now available on how to replicate their shooting styles on Damien's website.  You can also visit Chris Hanley's blog for more information.

Here's his tip:

"I used manual focus for this picture and a 10sec self timer with the camera on a monopod. I also used a smallish aperture on a wide angle lens and my assistant used an off camera speedlight.

To create this shot you need to pre focus then press the shutter and hoist the camera above the table."

Wedding table

Taken on a Nikon D3. ISO800. 



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7 Jul 2009 - 10:17 AM

wonderfull.... i love this angle..
inspiring me a lot

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16 Aug 2009 - 9:03 AM

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16 Aug 2009 - 9:03 AM

can anybody help me? i have serious problem with me nikon d2xs,when am taking shoot the speed changes and making the image either blur or black.i ve done alot of resetting but no sulution

16 Oct 2010 - 5:02 PM

I use the same technique outdoors with large group shots. People can't hide and clients enjoy the novelty of the process and the "aerial" POV of the image. I use my Canon G11 for this set up so I can keep an eye on the framing in the flip out LCD screen.

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