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Back in mid January, I wrote this article, where I told you that my best friend asked me to photograph his wedding.
Well, actually not his entire wedding.
There is an official photographer, but he will stay only until dinner. He will then leave, and my friend asked me if I can cover it from dinner onwards.
So I asked you…
… in order to be ready for the shoot, any tips and tricks, also from a gear point of view?
The article received a massive response with over 230 comments.
I did read them all, but was not able to reply to all of them, as then all the mega buzz started for the X100V announcement and the Fujifilm X-T4 rumors. Not to talk that January is always extremely busy also at school, and now in February I started a video project, which takes lots of time, too.
So I thought I post one big response article now, that touches three main points: the gear, how I should relate with the official photographer and something that came unexpected for me: the risk to destroy my friendship.
Let’s go in order: