What Should I Carry for Professional Wedding Photography Pictures

Great video by photorec.tv on what you will need to have to take great professional wedding pictures. Watch and learn.

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mp4podcastDOTcom says:

What kind of memory card problem did you have that you needed to run recovery software? Also was it a CF card or SD card that had the problem? Glad the recovery software fixed the problem.

Lee Morris from fstoppers wrote about memory card fails and someone in the comments said he had to send a CF card to Germany. What they do is take the chip out of the CF case and read the files right off the chip. It was $1,000 dollars to recover 64gigs of photos.

Has Your Memory Card Ever Failed?https://fstoppers.com/gear/has-your-memory-card-ever-failed-5385

Bilbiz8 says:

Hi, (sorry for my english, I'm french)
Sorry for this late comment. I started shooting weddings a couple of months ago an I bought my first FF camera only 2 weeks ago. Thanks to your video and many other advices, I have quite a precise idea about how my wedding photography gear will look like in the future. Obviously, I don't have enough money right now and I have to make choices and this is quite difficult for me.
So my question is: what would you suggest to me considering I already have a 6D, a 50mm 1.8 and a Canon 430EX III speedlite and about 1200$ (1000€) savings. Since I have money only for one more lens so far, what would be the best compromise for me? A zoom ? A prime lens ? Wide angle?
Since I don't have much money so far, I fear to make the wrong starting choice and I can't afford to make mistakes.

Thanks for your help.

Lau Bjerno says:

Lol! "…get your cameras SUNK up"? Hahaha. That's good! Never heard that one.
So synchronize = sync, synchronized = sunc? Or maybe you sink your cameras?
Hehe, just can't stop laughing!
Thanks for making my day!

Cody Mckinney says:

im sorry.. but where is the water lol

Cateraoke Weddings & Events Planner says:

Nice video for photographers

fotobum 1 says:

Hi Toby! Have you seen the Phottix Laso radio transmitter for the Canon Non-RT flashes. I picked one up from B&H and I've been using it for a couple of weeks now. So, don't get rid of that 580ex flash. I'm using my Laso on a older Canon 550ex and it works great with no hiccups.

Sergiy K. says:

Hi have you use tripod, how often?

Jeffrey Green says:

Sorry, I looked into your comments and your check list but I can't seem to find the name of the LED flash you showed at 7:00, can you tell me the name of it? or attach a link to buy it? And also, if you have a video reviewing it? So i can see how to effectively use the constant flash without the bringing so much unwanted attention to myself.

Photo314159 says:

I always used a tripod for group photos at the church, or if it's an outdoor wedding and they want a group shot with all their guests. You never know when they might want a 50" print of everyone there, better to be totally sharp.

Alex Warren says:

The 50 1.4 you mentioned above – can you post a link on Amazon for it?

MrInternetDude says:

i just hit the bar during the shoot, FREE BAR BABAY!!! :)

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