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On Wedding Photography




In the last couple of months, I have had some photoshoot experiences with covering wedding-related photography. Many pros I’ve talked to say it’s the most challenging of all types of photography because it combines so many other genres — street journalism, portraiture, sports, etc.

Indeed it was really challenging and tiring. Good thing there were pros when we went to Jomar’s wedding last week-end so we got to learn from them on the job. :D Here are some samples of my shots.


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You can click on the thumbnails to view the larger photos.

The entire event lasted for about 2 to 3 hours but I was exhausted when I got home that I slept the whole day. Other shots were posted on my photoblog.

Btw, the new Canon 70-200mm 2.8 L USM that I recently got really rocks. Best for sports photography. You can see it in action during the recent UAAP Volleyball championships.



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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6 Responses

  1. Great pics Abe!

    For Cool Wedding Photographers:

    http://jrmphoto.bluemumble.com

    Wish us luck! We have a wedding tommorow. :)

  2. skiper says:

    abe, nice professional shots..

    btw what software do you use in your photoblog ? im planning to create 1 for my photo journey. I am a wannabe photographer, im still waiting for my new d80 baby.

  3. yuga says:

    @JRM – thanks!

    @skiper – I used Canon’s own Digital Photo Professional and Adobe LightRoom.

  4. Derek Cheng says:

    This is great stuff! Thanks!

  5. Mythjen says:

    My ever-reliable Cybershot now has new subjects, aside from my usual nature and sports shootfests. Always loved to take pictures of people in love who seal it with a vow. :)

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