Ryan Brenizer, wedding photographer, review of E-M5

Discussion in 'Micro Four Thirds Forum' started by krugorg, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. krugorg

    krugorg SC All-Pro

    Sep 26, 2011
    Minnesota USA
    Kyle Krug
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  2. nikki

    nikki SC Top Veteran

    Sep 12, 2011
    Dublin ,Ireland
    This is a camera I would like !!!:smile:
  3. bartjeej

    bartjeej SC Hall of Famer Subscribing Member

    Nov 12, 2010
    Nice review, I'm seriously considering getting this camera before the big trip i'm planning to do after my graduation. My main problem is that, even with a versatile, wide(ish) pancake like the panasonic 14/2.8 or 20/1.7, it's just a little too big for even walking pants' pockets, and I'm planning to backpack into the areas where having a camera hanging round your neck all the time just isn't safe. A weather-sealed Fuji X100 replacement or Sony RX100 (or LX7) competitor would get my money instantly.
  4. Luckypenguin

    Luckypenguin SC Hall of Famer

    Dec 24, 2010
    Brisbane, Australia
    ^^ Hey, where are you travelling to?
  5. bartjeej

    bartjeej SC Hall of Famer Subscribing Member

    Nov 12, 2010
    hopefully west africa...
  6. Alex

    Alex New to SC

    Dec 2, 2012
    United States
    Actually now the days photography trend is become more popular and every body like to hire the photohraphers in their wedding for make pictures and this type of high level wedding is mostly handeled the most professional photographers who make the photos in widl and natural type of photos and views and expert in making the photos so nice done...
  7. Mogul

    Mogul New to SC

    Dec 2, 2012
    Perhaps you could explain to the official photographer at the next event that you are an experienced wedding photographer, but are present just as a guest, that you appreciate the planning that has gone into his assignment and would like his permission to take photographs (maybe using some flash), but will be careful not to interfere with him (and/or assistants). He might even offer to allow you to shoot after him on some of the posed shots.