Angie and Paul’s Wedding – 7

Took a short break from posting photos over the last two weeks for Thanksgiving then for some home renovation, but this week I plan on posting our last photo from Angie and Paul’s wedding.

The photo below is one of my favorites from the end of night dancing and just has a really fun vibe to it.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 10/2/2015, 8:38:21 PM
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/200 s at f/4.0
  • ISO: 1250
  • Lens: 11.0-16.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 16.0 mm
  • Flash: Return light detected, compulsory mode
  • Exposure Program: Manual
  • Metering Mode: Matrix

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Angie and Paul’s Wedding – 6

I finally finished editing all the photos from this  wedding late last week, so we’re approaching the end of this photos series.  But in the mean time, this weeks photo is from the church.

Getting shots that I was happy with in the church was particularly difficult.  It was much darker than I expected, and I wasn’t allowed to use a flash.  However I was able to get a few decent shots by setting my ISO to 1600 and using the lowest aperture setting available.  Even with these settings, I found most of the photos were only OK in color and tended to work better once I changed them into B&W.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 10/02/2015 15:10:21
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/100 s at f/2.8
  • ISO: 1600
  • Lens: 24.0-70.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 70.0 mm
  • Flash: Did not fire
  • Exposure Program: Manual
  • Metering Mode: Matrix

You can browse through other photos in my gallery here

Philly Vacation – Part 2

My wife and I both had a day off of work so we had to fend for ourselves on Friday while in Philly.  This involved much walking around, but eventually it was time for lunch and meeting the friend we were visiting.  On our way to meet her for our first real ramen experience, I got a really nice shot of the crowd crossing the sidewalk.  A tip here for those that want to take quick shots while moving is the stutter step.  Midway trough your stride pause for a moment, hit the shutter, then keep going.  This can greatly reduce the honking from stopped cars.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 10/17/2014 12:31:21 EST
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/1250 s at f/4.0
  • ISO: 200
  • Lens: 11.0-16.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 16.0 mm
  • Flash: Did not fire
  • Exposure Program: Aperture priority
  • Metering Mode: Center Weight

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