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11-01-12, 06:36 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
I agree with Karen, wedding photographers should be able to produce something that says they have a clue. This will not guarantee that they will be great photos, but it gives people a starting point.
Side note: I would never want to shoot a wedding. Ever. In fact at my bother in law's wedding last year, I did not even bring my camera.
I have also seen the clueless person with too much money and high end cameras. Up at the lake where we spend a lot of time in the summer there are many very wealthy people. I see professional Canon cameras with L lenses and always try to get close (to see which models of each) and see them in auto all of the time.
Yes Matt, there is, or rather should be, a difference.
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