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  1. rodrigo morales

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    Using an expensive lens with a cheap filter is just like having a cheap
    lens or shotting through a window…. not a good idea

  2. Muhammad Hafiz

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    What a nice kit for wedding photograph. Absolutely nice kit ever.
    But I thing that’s very expensive.

  3. Suresh Kumar R

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    Very nice collection. I really liked three lenses especially, 70-200 mm
    f/2.8, 24-70 mm and 50 mm f/1.4. I hope one day I will have all those
    lenses in my bag too… Keep up good work…

  4. gautham sidharth

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    Excellent Video it is useful for everyone…..!!

    Is it 70 – 200mm with IS or Without IS which you are using??

    Thanks

  5. xOxLiLLeighLeighxOx

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    thinking about getting the 70-200mm without IS. (I feel like i can get a
    whole other lens with what i save from not getting the one with IS). Will
    this one be ok for weddings really? I shoot my first wedding in July and
    want to be prepared. Everyone tells me to just suck it up and buy the more
    expensive one or a similar. Any recommendations? :)

  6. belizeandiver

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    Who insures your gear? I need to insure my equipment as its pricetag has
    added tremendously and would have a hard time recovering if lost or broken.

  7. Dutchrail

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    Nice equipment! I was surprised at one statement, that more advanced
    photographers get, the wider apertures they want. That, however, isn’t
    always the case I think? I’m thinking about landscape photography for
    instance where usually a bigger depth of field is desired and therefore, a
    smaller aperture. I’m just wondering if less advanced photographers might
    go out and say hmmm this lens has a bigger aperture (smaller number) and
    therefore it must be better.

  8. Samtagri

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    Hey you didn’t do the jokes before? I always enjoyed your joke in the
    beginning of the video =)

  9. kirk clark

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    When starting out as a professional with no wedding pictures, How do you
    get work when the first thing clients want to see are Photos.

  10. Kyo Mocho

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    How much do you make a shoot? This guy seems a little cheapskate. XD I’m
    surprised you seem to be on a tight budget…. You learned your lesson on a
    cheap eBay battery pack melting… You definitely get what you pay for. I
    hope you bought a real canon grip because it’s a crime to have any other
    cheap third party grip on an expensive canon body, especially if your job
    is a profession! 

  11. AcademyPhotography

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    what’s in my bag – wedding photography equipment on location, camera bodies
    lenses and accessories

  12. stefan adavichira

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    hey listen i am felling so confused between the sigma 24-105mm and the
    canon 24-105mm witch one is the best please can you help me out on this 

  13. stefan adavichira

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    between the sigma 24-105mm and the canon 24-105mm witch one is the best
    please can you help me out on this 

  14. Ian PhotoShoot

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    I did a lot or reading on lenses for weddings and seems like a lot of Pros
    are using only PRIMES! What’s you take on this?

  15. stefan adavichira

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    between the nikon d810 and the canon 5d mark 3 witch one is the sharper
    please for taking photos

  16. PetrikCZ

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    I really appreciate your honesty in sharing of your “know how” and wish you
    many and many good shots!

  17. Mark Truong

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    would you consider using a set of rechargeable batteries and bring a
    charger with you so you minimize the cost of continuously buying new
    batteries

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