I’m a wedding photographer based in Bali, a happy husband and a proud dad of 2 little girls. Starting Veli Photography in Oct 2010, I have shot over 300 weddings over the past 5 years.
I’m a happy Canon user, but in some conditions I did use Nikon as well, but normally less than 5% of my photos.
I use a Canon 5D Mark III when I shoot wedding because I prefer to shoot a little bit over exposed. It’s easy to bring out the overexposed details in Lightroom with this camera. I use the Nikon D750 in conditions where the lighting is flat and I need to bring out the shadows or underexposed parts more using Lightroom.
Canon EF 15mm f/2.8 for set up & panoramic shooting,
Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 during some action shots like when the bride and groom first enters at the reception, where you need to focus on moment and can’t easily carry 2 cameras with you.
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L when it comes to the ceremony. I don’t want to distract the guests by standing too close to them during ceremony. With this lens I can easily get a candid shot without them knowing. For some camera shy people it’s not good if we stand too close to them.
Canon EF 135mm f/2 I use this only during the dinner reception if the set up is a long table or where all the tables are set far away from one another.
<h2>Inside Veli’s camera bag:</h2>
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