This weekend I dusted off my photography gear and photographed a friend’s wedding. Despite my Canon 7D being 5 years old, it’s still rocking! They’ve since come out with a second version of the 7D, but for stills I don’t have any complaints with it.

Because it was outside on a bright day, I knew I wouldn’t be shooting with a wide aperture much so I kept on my 15-85mm lens for most of the day and only a few times got out my 70-200mm and my 28mm.

To help fill in the shadows of some of the shots I got out my 580 EX ii flash and set it up off camera on a light stand with some new wireless flash triggers I recently picked up and really enjoyed having them.

The last shot in the image below is the only one I pulled out the Westcott Apollo softbox because it was so bright out and going through the diffusion of the softbox the flast had to be very close to the subject just off camera. I wrote a review about that piece of gear here.

I didn’t do any photoshop work on these, I just did a quick pass on them in Lightroom to tweak exposures and small things like that. Enjoy!

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