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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

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    I got lucky enough to spend the day shooting and learning from one of the hottest Wedding photographers in the industry today—the amazing David Ziser. David was hired to shoot a huge black-tie wedding in Cincinnati and was kind enough to invite me to come up and spend the day with him so I could see behind the scenes how he shoots a wedding of this scale. It was really an amazing experience—and even though I was technically there just auditing the wedding, I still wound up shooting about 1200 frames (it was a really long day----we shot for five hours before the ceremony even began, and didn't leave until after 2:00 am). The shot above (click on it to see a larger version--then scroll down to the next post for a slideshow from the wedding) was taken about three hours before the wedding,…

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