I've been hired to shoot another wedding

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    I did one back in '13, and I just didn't like how the pictures came out. Any advice on doing it?

    I'll have three cameras, a Nikon D90, A Nikon D40, and a D3300.

    The D40 will have an 18-55 lens the D3300 will have a 50mm f 1.8 prime lens and the D90 will have an 18-105 lens.

    Any suggestions?
     
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    Is it at City Hall? Maybe just borrow a cell phone from the JoP.
     
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    NO, looking for serious advice.
     
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    Whatever you do, just make sure you are using digital.


    It's hard to photo shop the bride with regular film.
     
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    All three cameras are digital. But you can Photo Shop with film, it's just not a good.
     
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    LOLOLOLOLOL.....let me get this straight, you got the nerve to expect people here to be serious outside of hating on everybody, yourself included Mike. Listen, if your serious, just YOUTUBE your question and you;ll get a whole slew of ideas. Good luck!!
     
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    After a certain point, it has nothing to do with the camera. Light, angles and background must be kept in mind every minute. There was no mention of flash equipment; what do you plan to use? Also, know the lieu. Where can you get the best shot without Uncle Harry stepping in front of you to get the best shot, for example. But, there is far too much to it to go over everything here. Hope this much helps.
     
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    thanks, yeah I have an external flash and the other two cameras have their own flash.
     
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    Are these digital or film cameras?
     
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    All are digital.
     

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