Re: Wedding Photography
In article <f1vok4$pmp$1@xxxxxxxx>, Ken Hart <kwhart@xxxxxx> wrote:
I always thought the Hasselblad was too small a negative; I used a KoniOmega
Rapid M. That extra half inch of negative often came in handy for group
shots. A tripod is often a great substitute for a fast lens.
I've always preferred to look through the taking lens...and that
push-pull thing for advancing the film was just too weird.
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... Neither will the non-VR lens on a tripod, ... production you can get by with shutter speeds where VR or a tripod ... shots but nothing noticable on snapshot sized prints. ...
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