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Feb 14th 2011 3:23PM Thank you, Stephen! That means a lot :) We're lucky to be a part of a great team. Loving the 'Thailand Travel Talk', by the way!
Feb 10th 2011 9:52PM No, just saying that the falls trickle down towards the beach that you'd hike to. Not the actual source of the falls, which is an extra 2 miles.
Jan 30th 2011 10:01AM Yeah, always be careful when on business. Personal trips shouldn't be an issue, though.
Jan 30th 2011 9:59AM Thanks, glad to hear it :)
Jan 26th 2011 7:35PM Kevin, it's definitely a great state! :) And I must agree, it's hard to beat a Bojangles sweet tea!
Jan 25th 2011 9:07PM Very cool! Makes me want to go to Thailand, for sure :) Awesome job.
Jan 25th 2011 8:57PM Indoor church weddings are definitely tough. There's a very long answer, but the short recommendations are this:
Use an external flash if possible, and bounce it off of the ceiling. You can't risk missing that one fateful shot, or taking it without a flash and having it blur.
If you have a full-frame, pro-level camera with a pro lens that'll stop down to f/2.8 or below, you may be able to get enough light with a shutter speed of 1/125 or faster. If you go any slower, there's a good chance the bride will be moving too fast and it'll introduce blur.
If you're not using a flash, bump the ISO as high as you can without introducing a great amount of noise -- that varies with each camera, of course. Best of luck!
Jan 21st 2011 8:58PM Great, great stuff! Thanks for the input!
Jan 21st 2011 8:56PM Thanks, KC! Glad to hear it!
Dec 26th 2010 1:46PM Thanks guys! I'm excited to be a part of the team here at Gadling!