These two got engaged at this park which is next to Bridal Veil falls.
Not necisarily this spot exactly, thought that would have been fun to have seen.
At the end of the night we went to vivian park.
It was already a bit late so we just did a few here.
This is probably the first time I’ve taken pictures with bridal veil falls in the picture.
There are only certain parts of the falls I really like, so it’s hard to take pictures of. But at night it becomes a lot easier because all you see is the whiteness of the water on a dark background, haha
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I had my lightstand with me and learned a valuable lesson. Don’t use an umbrella when it’s windy unless you have something to weigh the stand down with.
In most cases I prefer a voice activated lightstand anyway.
But there is something nice about adjusting the lightstand yourself and point the light where you want it.
With certain relaxed couples it’s nice, slows the pace down a bit and they don’t mind my disconnect from them from time to time to go move things around.
I find it’s the couples that are so into eachother that do well. But then you miss all their giggling and interaction.
But like i said… it’s alright from time to time. Would be even nicer with radio transmitters… but now I’m stuck forever with TTL control from my camera… it’s soooo nice.
I’m starting to do this one more often.
With the 14-24 it’s really effective.
It’s kind of important to have another flash, so you can light up both people evenly.