I walked into the church with the thought of shooting the ceremony and I was alarmed at how very dark it was in there. My first thought was, "Oh no, what do I do now?" I decided to raise the ISO and shoot wide open. Although I did just learn from my friend that you should never, ever shoot at the widest aperture available. I didn't know that it never comes out that well. Why is it there then? Is it just there to make the lens seem better? Maybe it is like the "never order the second cheapest bottle of wine in a restaurant" rule. Supposedly, nobody will buy the least expensive wine on the list (they'll look too cheap) so the restaurants put the big mark-up on the second cheapest bottle which is also the one most people will buy. Coincidence? I think not.
Of course, getting great results is a whole lot easier with a gorgeous baby wearing an exquisite gown but hopefully the tips will help a little too. If you have any questions that you would like to have answered, I would love to hear them. Please leave me a comment below or on my FACEBOOK page.