Tips For Photographing A SURPRISE “Wedding Proposal”: I Only Had 10 sec to get the shot, did I FAIL?

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Tips For Photographing A SURPRISE “Wedding Proposal”: I Only Had 10 sec to get the shot, did I FAIL? Here are some tips for making sure you get the shot …

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  1. Hi everyone, If some of you could look at my Instagram @lachlantaylorphotography
    I am always looking to improve my work and would love some feedback 🙂

  2. This is genuinely my favourite video of yours – a great perspective on a super fast job and some great tips too! Fantastic job; and you got some really awesome shots out of it as well!

  3. You nailed it, but I'm still not a fan of your "boomification" editing. Some parts of a picture definitely look better with more contrast and clarity, but not the human skin or an already blurred background.

  4. Wow! You are correct. It seems like forever but it does go down quickly. I have a friend that asked me to do the very same for him a couple of years ago. I was so nervous! I caught a cramp in my neck I was so tense leading up to the moment. It all does happen so quickly.

  5. Great overview of a very quick shoot. One thing to keep in mind that not everyone has a D5 or Pro camera and a large number of run of the mill cameras trying to shoot this in RAW would not make it as the buffer would prevent you from getting the number of shots you were able to fire off.

  6. Would love to see the settings on the shots, any chance you could share those? They seem pretty basic, but zooming in I would love to know the settings especially as you are using the D5.

    Thanks!