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Day 107: A Very Scottish Wedding

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Day 107: A Very Scottish Wedding

14 Dec 2011 12:50PM   Views : 603 Unique : 412

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This is the challenge which Iíve been most worried about.

I was the first person to be approached for photography after my cousin announced his engagement. Itís always an honour to be considered, because wedding photos probably have greater longevity than most other genres. I declined the principal role, as I think that itís hard to enjoy a family wedding while coping with the pressures of principal photography, but I offered to supplement their professionalís work with some of my own.

Before I go into the details of the day and how the Tamron lens fared up, thereís a few things that I want to raise about the etiquette of attending as a guest, whilst also being a photographer.

Carry on reading here (more images too)

Tags: Flash Wedding Low light Tamron

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