Our Must-Have Photography Gear for Shooting Weddings (Canon 5D Mark IV Review)

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  1. You guys are becoming my favorite YouTube channel! Sort and to the point. I love it! I would love to learn how to build your portfolio (website) and what your portfolio should consist of?

  2. LOve this video!! SUSCRIBED!! So helpful.

    I struggle to get nice pictures at the dance. What are normally your on camera settings? I was also thinking about getting a diffuser, and yours seem great! Do you need to get the MagGrip to use the MagSphere?
    Thanks!

  3. I'm so glad I found this channel! You've answered the biggest concern about having an external flash. I tend to not wanna listen to other people's advice because I don't like how their flash photography turns out. But wow, your flash photography is just amazing! thank you so much for posting this. I hope more is on the way πŸ™‚

  4. I am so thankful for this channel. I'm a mostly self taught photographer so I love how straight forward your videos are, however I shoot Nikon which is what I've been learning on :/ so I suppose I'll try to look up Nikon equivalents to your canon gear

  5. Basically binge-watched all of your videos and now I need more! I'm a photographer in Nebraska and just this past year (2016 to now) have started boosting my business and taking it a lot more seriously. I'm excited to see where it takes me and I'm loving all your tips and tricks! Keep up the amazing work! πŸ™‚

  6. It would be cool if you could make a video on Lightroom presets πŸ˜€ best ways to make them, or best places to get them from! Love your channel πŸ˜€

  7. Great content I like your style.
    Keep on the good work.

    Can you please do a video on Micro Contrast. What is it and how to identify it? And what Canon lenses to you think has the best Micro Contrast?

    Thanks

  8. This is real talk no BS like most youtubers. Straight to the point with simple explanations and no brand bashing. I'm defanitley subscribing and BIG THUMBS UP!! Who The hell are those other seven thumbs downers….?!

  9. I would say your videos are simple, to the point, not too long and very informative. I am loving your channel the style of your videos are also very good and its not boring. Please keep it up you guys have really good theme on your channel and it will grow. already watch all of your videos.

  10. Just discovered this and already digging it way too hard.
    Clean, simple, accurate, short, and with great sense of mood, congrats!

    Got two questions for you guys:
    1. I work shooting hardcore bands at venues with almost no light, no reflective or near ceiling (in most cases trying to bounce my flash off of it has no effect at all) so it's not like an average music show, which ends with a 45ΒΊ oriented flash and quite a bad lighting. Do you think this kind of diffuser could work for me in order to lit my musicians as the stage in a soft way?

    2. Nowadays, almost every american wedding photographer I see has this kind of 'Archipelago presets' vibe. How much do you think this kind of look has changed the way we see wedding photography?

    Hope this all makes sense, greetings from Spain!

  11. Nice video, for shooting weddings I mostly use my 24-70mm 2.8 and 70-200mm 2.8, I have the two primes 35mm and 85mm but I always find myself gravitating back to the zooms. I find primes limit me too much when things happened fast in events or when I have too many people in my way and an important moment presents itself to me. To each his own of course. I tried my best to like the primes and I will keep them but I cant seem to replace the zooms especially that they are so sharp that the extra sharpness of the prime is negligible.