Something I shot: Bridal Boudoir Affair 2010

Here is a video I shot during the Bridal Boudoir Affair 2010 event with my friend Robert and his crew.

I only did the shooting, Robert did the amazing editing job, as usual. I took care of all the closeups and macro shots, mostly with the 100L2.8IS Macro and I am very happy Robert managed to put so many of these in the final edit. I think I could have shot the whole show with it!

It was the first time I did a gig without bringing my Pelican 1510 Case and I will never do it again. The whole day, I was worried about leaving my gear unattended. If I had had my case, I could just have locked and secure it and would have been worried free…

In the end, the only thing I lost was a memory card and it was because of my own stupidity. Still, it was an awesome day and I have a feeling you will see more boudoir stuff from us soon!

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Photography allows me to be what I want to be, to be where I want to be, and to do what I want to do ... I'm not professional photographer and I don't need a title, I love to take photographs and that is what I do, I love to learn and I always try to do it better ...

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  • dan

    Great shots.
    Did you use any Canon 5d rig or just shot with the camera.
    Can you recommend any Rig.

    • admin

      Almost everything with the 100mm macro was shot using my Shape WLB Sumo rig and the long shots (70-200L2.8ISMrkii) were done with a monopod. The new 70-200 on a monopod is almost as stable as a normal lens on a video tripod. It is scary!

      Regarding recommendations, I did a few reviews if you look in the archive/search and I have something coming very soon that will help you. Stay tuned (or register on the mailing list to know it first!)

  • dan

    Thanks very much for the response. I will register now for mailing list.