Nikon Wedding Photography Lenses & Cameras Nikon Wedding Photography Camera & Lenses Nikon D700, Nikon D90, Nikon 70-200 f2.8 VR II, Nikon 85mm f1.4, Nikon 135mm f2.0 DC, Nikon 24-70mm f2.8, Nikon 105mm f2.8 VR Micro / Macro, Tamron 28-75mm f2.8, Boda Lens Bag V3, Wedding Lenses, Wedding Lens, Nikon Portrait Lens
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  1. Thanks for the comment! I do use filters but just to protect the lens. Nothing too fancy but just the UV ones by B+W. Advice I can give? Hmm…Stay Passionate and dont give up. It can be tough at times just starting out, but if you keep moving forward, your passion will eventually take you to where you need to go.

  2. Thanks for your support on Youtube and your comments regarding my work! It is greatly appreciated! Regarding a portrait lens, on a D90, even a 50mm 1.4 will be good because it acts like a 75mm 1.4 due to the crop sensor effect. Or you can even go with a 85 1.8 which is also pretty decent. Hope this helps!

  3. hi you have done some amazing work. and your video was great and helpful. i have a d90 and the lens it came with plus the 80-200 that i bought to take pictures of my daughter doing sports. what would you recommend for portrait shots of her? i was going to get one of the 85mm lenses but am not sure which one i really need. it’s only for taking pictures of my daughter so i don’t want to invest more than 600. thanks!

  4. As a back up / 2nd shooter, youd be just fine. Get a few good lenses and upgrade later.

  5. BOth are good, but once you jump to FX, then the 17-55 will not be as useful. So youll have to buy twice. The 24-70 is decent on DX and can get the job done.

  6. For hobby and just shooting as guest, yes. But it you are going to shoot professionally and get paid, you may want to invest in other lenses. Just like a construction worker going to a job and using only a hammer to get the job done. Eventually, youll need a screw diver and all the other tools.

  7. It works fine on FX

  8. Id go with something a little more pro quality because the higher end cameras are built better. From a client standpoint, youd want your photographer to have something decent to take their once in a lifetime photos.

  9. Yes, but it doesnt bother me

  10. hi seen your beautiful photos great work!! i had a question do you use filters when doing photography? i plan on buying a d7000 to start my wedding photography what advice would you give me?? thank you hope to hear from you

  11. Do you notice the breathing on the new VR II 70-200 in comparison to the VR? Is this a problem when shooting at closer focus points?

  12. Your opinion about the new 3200,it is worth of investment for wedding starting business?

  13. Question… i thought that the Tamron 28-75 f2.8 doesn’t work well with the Nikon D700 because of the FX format… is this true?

  14. Rhianna Schwabrow Reply July 11, 2012 at 12:35 am

    Hello, I have a Nikon D300 with a AF-S NIKKOR 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6G. Is it good for a wedding photography?

  15. Whats a better lens for the D7000, the 24-70mm or 17-55mm? I want to make the jump to FX, but don’t know when this will happen.

  16. Hi! thanks for this great video. I’m kinda new into this, and I purchased the Nikon D3100 with kit. What lens would you recommend for me to use as a starter. I was given as opportunity to co-photograph a wedding in August and I want to get everything together. thanks a great deal.

  17. Great video…..

  18. Yes is 24-70mm lens so the 17-55mm is the best lens for the D90? Thanks again

  19. did you mean the 24-70mm on a D90? If so, you should get decent results. for DX, the 17-55mm f.2.8 is great too since its wide enough for indoors. Advantage of 24-70 though is you can use it on FX when you upgrade.

  20. for me, filters are a MUST! Protect your investment but dont go cheap on filters. Buy the best!

  21. Decent, especially compared to 3rd Party. But for a little more you can get the 70-200 VR1

  22. Hi, I love your picture I just wonder if i can use 27.70mm lens to use with D90 for wedding in/out will that compatible and get the good result ? or what is the good lens that you recommend Thanks !

  23. Hi Darwin, I bought Nikon 70-200 f2.8 VR II and 24-70 mm f2.8 lenses. Do you recommend o buying filters to protect my lenses or is not necessary. I am thinking buying B+W Clear UV Haze with Multi-Resistant Coating filter. What do you think? Thank you for your help.

  24. Hey I just checked out your website, i like your stuff a lot! its very nice, the one criticism i felt compelled to make was that you use photoshops flare filters far too much. Its tacky, dont get me wrong in the right circumstance it can look great but in many it just degrades an image.

  25. GermainPhotoVideo Reply July 11, 2012 at 6:31 am

    what are your thoughts on the Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED? thx

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