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Camera settings for wedding photography



Camera settings for wedding photography

In this video I share my camera settings I use for weddings. It’s so simple and will make your life so much easier.

On my Instagram account I have a live Q&A every Thursday at 12pm(GMT +2) and so may times I get asked what my camera settings are. So I have decided to make a “quick” video about what my camera settings are for wedding photography.

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Camera settings for wedding photography is always a thing people want to talk about. Even among pro’s we talk about it and try and compare and figure out what works best. By no means do I think mine is the best but my camera settings for weddings will help you in the right direction.

Feel free to share your camera settings with me if you think you can help me.

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21 comments
  1. Just got my 5d iii today!! My first full frame, upgraded from a T6, and I’ve come to an appreciation for the autofocus system already! This was a very helpful video, thank you!!

  2. Kobus, thank you so much for your informative videos. I specialise in newborn and children photography and am venturing out into the world of couple and family shoots. Always thought that I was wrong shooting in AV mode (my newborn is done in manual under very controlled conditions). I am going to binge watch all your videos right now!!!!

  3. Hi,
    Will you still use "evaluative metering" when the lighting is dark? For example, on the dance floor when the bride and groom are dancing? Or when the D.J. lights are swirling around and doing their thing? Thank you, Kobus!

  4. I'm shooting my first wedding, at the end of this month. I think you may have just saved my but when you explained setting white balance to 3200 for yellow ceilings; THANK YOU!

  5. FANTASTIC video mate! You seem to break things down in a way that all us mere mortals out there can simply understand! Love the idea of shooting A-Priority, trying it out at the moment and loving it. I have been shooting in Manual for a while now just because that's what most of the Pro's shoot, biggest mistake I made, far too slow and have missed many shots. Although A-Priority is a semi auto mode I still feel one has total control by using the compensation button, works brilliantly! Keep those great video's rolling Kobus, you are doing an unbelievable job, love your simple explanation and the way you break down what was previously secrets to us dummies!..God Bless you mate…:-)))))

  6. Really enjoyed the video and information. One question I have is I don't really love shooting with my flash at reception as the venues are always dark and then its a continuous flash motion going off while they are perhaps doing their first dance where its more intimate. Is this suitable to get the right shot or what would you suggest?

  7. I love your ability to not overcomplicate terms with regards to settings and equipment! I would've never guessed your shot on AP, I can see how it would be helpful seeing that weddings are fast paced. Thank you for sharing Kobus!

  8. Thanks so much for the tips Kobus! Love hearing from another professionals perspective. I would love for you to do a video about flash and what settings you recommend with regards to using a flash at an event. For example to not look like pop up flash 😂 and how to use flash at an event in the evening where you want to create the ambience with the warm fairy lights without losing it by using flash.

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