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    Default My first DSLR wedding....

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    I want as much criticism as possible, I rented a couple 7ds and lenses. Before this I did 2 weddings for friends by myself, this time i had a buddy shoot with me. The biggest question I have is int eh end, a couple kisses then fades to the bride and groom kissing at the ceremony. Appropriate or not? The second is towards the chris brown song, the groom is dancing funny and dances into people my mistake (hilarious). Should I keep it or not?
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    It may be a current trend but there's too much out of focus for my liking. And I felt too many just general filler shots of nothing in particular at the start.

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    Same here. I think the shallow dof is great for pro-mo and that kind of thing. but for event/docu/reality filming I find that the client just wants to see as much as possible in focus.

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