It was a split-second decision, so I did not have time to search for the 'how-tos'. Basically, I was experimenting with the camera and lighting.
|Looked just like any photos|
|Even captured the itinerary! :)|
I was quite happy with the pictures, no diagonal lines across the screen as what I've seen in some photos taken from TV. The images and colours were quite solid, too.
What I loved most about taking photos this way was that it enabled me to capture photos from positions which might not have been accessible to me, ever! ...and which would need me to be in multiple places at once! Thanks to the real pixmen covering the event :)
|... the aerial view of the abbey interior from one side :)|
|... and this from the other side|
|another stunning angle|
|... 'only in my dreams' angle :)|
|The real "sharp-shooters"... aku hanya serangga :)|
Some of the moments captured were a la paparazzi gitu... kikiki! Like when Kate was discreetly ushered into the car, providing the frenzied commentators only a glimpse of the dress...
The dress, or rather the royal wedding gown, was designed by Sarah Burton, and has been compared with that of Grace Kelly's.
The bride was resplendent on her wedding day although some Facebookers questioned her decision to do her own make-up. Biarlah asalkan dia bahagia :) ...
The wedding moments...
|You can capture two moving frames in one exposure... |
only (when you take photos) on TV! Cool!
Other photography techniques (secondarily) executed...
|object in motion or whatever it was called :P|
Of course, the most important aspect of photography is to document important events, such as the kiss.
|The mob ... they came in droves!|
|What's up? The couple.|
Somehow the minute but visible vertical lines were obvious towards the end.
There were 2 kisses. Which one was the first, you figure it out. Looked the same to me :)
That's all for now, folks!