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| p.1 #1 · Strategy for some cramped quarters |
I'll be shooting a wedding solo in a couple of weeks for a friend, and the happy couple will be getting married in a tiny chapel that seats about 30 people. Very cute and intimate, but it has my head spinning as far as how I should shoot it the ceremony. How to get maximum coverage without being a huge distraction? No hiding in the wings with my 70-200, and no ducking across the back of a big church to get different angles. If I head to the front of the chapel to get some shots of the couple with guests in behind them, I'm basically taking the "stage" with them and could be a huge distraction for everyone. I've thought of staying in the back the whole time with either a remote camera with pocketwizard up front or even a GoPro mounted to podium for something a little different. I'll be shooting with two bodies 5D2 and 5D3, plus the three L zooms 16-35, 24-70, 70-200. I'm open to renting other gear if need be.
Anyone have a similar experience that they can share some tidbits?
Thanks so much.