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San Francisco Ed Pingol - Bay Area Wedding Photography: California Wedding Photographer: jasmin & jerome's aftershoot

Sep 10, 2007

jasmin & jerome's aftershoot

commentator: monica

i encourage every couple to do an aftershoot. why? because you get to don that beautiful gown again that you spent so much money on, without worrying about keeping it clean and take photos with your new spouse, in a relaxed and scenic location, without the hectic schedule of a wedding day.

jasmin & jerome who wed last month opted for this and boy, do their images scream for attention! this session was not your typical bride & groom session, as they were up for pretty much anything. they chose one of the batteries in the marin headlands as a location. (coincidentally, this is also where jasmin and i, as classmates in 5th grade, went on a 3-day class "camping" trip. but don't mention it to jerome, since he's still bitter that his class didn't get to go. yeah, we all go waaaaay back!) this is so different from the whimsical nature of their e-session location and the old plantation feel of their wedding location. this abandoned rundown place has an edgy, eery look that is quite beautiful, in it's own right. and we had an awesome sky that day to compliment the view. i recommend that couples look for something that is different than their wedding location as their aftershoot location, which adds lots of variety. and the more unconventional, the better.

congrats again to the newlyweds, jasmin & jerome!!!


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commentator dude: ed

this past weekend, we photographed jasmin and jerome's aftershoot and got some kick-butt images. for this post, i'll be posting the technicalities of the pictures for the many photographers that stalk us and ask many questions behind the scenes.

; )

you know who you are.

//ed



iso: 200
lens 10-22mm - 180th @ f/13
light source - 2 sb-28 mounted on a monopod triggered with a pocket wizard set @ 1/1 held behind bride at 24mm wide



iso: 100
lens 10-22mm - 180th @ f/13
light source - 2 sb-28 mounted on a monopod triggered with a pocket wizard set @ 1/1 placed camera left @ 24mm wide




iso: 200
lens 17-55mm @ 17mm IS - 8000th @ f/2.8





LEFT PIC: iso: 100
lens 17-55mm @ 17mm IS - 250th @ f/2.8
natural light
RIGHT PIC: iso: 100
lens 10-22mm - 180th @ f/19
light source - 2 sb-28 mounted on a monopod triggered with a pocket wizard set @ 1/1 held way up pointed down at 24mm wide





iso: 100
lens 10-22mm - 180th @ f/13
light source - 2 sb-28 mounted on a monopod triggered with a pocket wizard set @ 1/1 placed camera left @ 24mm wide





iso: 100
lens 10-22mm - 180th @ f/22
light source - 2 sb-28 mounted on a monopod triggered with a pocket wizard set @ 1/1 held way up pointed down at 24mm wide









13 Comments:

Anonymous Marie-Louise said...

C&C: wow!
Q: how did you shoot the last one?

9/12/2007  
Anonymous Mounkey said...

your creativity is absolutely outstanding!

these are truly inspiring

9/12/2007  
Anonymous SAPierson said...

Agreed. And a "thank you" must be added for including the technicals of the shot. I can really use these as a point of reference.

9/12/2007  
Anonymous Ivo Kwee said...

Ed you're so inspiring everytime! You're tha' man! Thanks for sharing.

9/12/2007  
Anonymous john li said...

Wow!

9/12/2007  
Anonymous neighbourboy said...

As usual, wonderful shots ed! Thanks much for all the tech info also.

--David

9/12/2007  
Anonymous Dale said...

In a word WOW! Thanks Ed, and thank you for posting technical data, I too find it very helpful.

Dale

9/12/2007  
Anonymous M Tahir said...

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can't think of words .... as always WOW and... WOW again... and thanx for the tech info... and as always I lookforward for your work

9/12/2007  
Anonymous Melanie Mansfield said...

Oh, the next to the last one on the grass!!!!!!!

9/12/2007  
Blogger ed pingol said...

Q: how did you shoot the last one?

these are actually stairs that has a curve on then... kinda like a stage. anyways, in order to get this vantage point you have to lay down on the dirty and super hard cement and shoot.

//ed

9/12/2007  
Anonymous christyandkris said...

nice job...i wish you could put more tech on your blog. but that just adds to the work.

i so wanna buy that 17-55 IS, but it will burn a hole in my wedding fund!

9/13/2007  
Blogger Jay said...

Hi there,

Nice stuff you got, fabulous image.
Well, I do have also in my sleeves, if you have time don't forget to visit

photosorcery.com

Many thanks

9/13/2007  
Anonymous Kim Kwan said...

fantastic work (as always).
you lured me out of lurkerdom to praise you...thanks for the specs! these are spectacular shots!

10/17/2007  

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