Shooting Star : How to Photograph Wedding Rings

Shooting Star : How to Photograph Wedding Rings

In this video, I’ll answer: *How I get inspiration for wedding ring photos *What background works best when photographing wedding rings *Whether I plan the w…
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25 Responses to Shooting Star : How to Photograph Wedding Rings

  1. Tisha UnArmed says:

    I love this video. i would have liked to see more examples of what you were
    talking about using photos of actual wedding shots to show the diversity in
    the stylization you use

  2. Peter Sinclair says:

    The focus on the demo is primarily for the composition. Since every
    photographer has his/her own unique style of editing, I believe she only
    displays the image straight out of the camera as a reference.

  3. Denny Giacobe says:

    Jasmine All do respect, If I presented my clients shots like your showing
    here I would have some very disappointed clients.Your taking not making

  4. lazycrewband says:

    your teeth look fake, but your bottom looks genuine …

  5. mazdaman1980 says:

    I’m really surprised, I was expecting so much better. The photos seemed
    like they were lacking detail and ultimate imagination. I appreciate you
    are shooting on the fly freehand but surely the use of a monopod would help.

  6. Christopher Johnston says:

    How to shoot wedding ringsο»Ώ

  7. Myrslokstok says:

    What kind post processing do you do on the ring shoots?

  8. JcTv says:

    Thanks for sharing J Star πŸ™‚ I’m curious about your choice of focal length
    of 80th & 60th using 100mm & being hand held, isn’t the sharpness of the
    images affect? Your a great inspiration πŸ™‚

  9. souljaboy100688 says:

    Awesome video! Will help me for future weddings πŸ™‚

  10. Jericho Cillo says:

    thank Jasmine!

  11. Jasmine Star says:

    @artawesome: I usually shoot the rings during bride prep since she most
    likely has both of them at this time and it’s before they actually wear
    them officially πŸ™‚ @whitluvspurple: Not a stupid question at all! I love
    slow shutter speeds and here’s a post that may help with the shakes: (just
    realized I can’t post a link…email me and I’ll send it your way!)
    @TamNguyen: Yup, I’m pretty ballsy…in the most girl-ish of ways, of
    course. πŸ˜‰ @LakkerPictures: Breathing is for wimps! πŸ˜€

  12. Jayme Peters says:

    Jasmine- What lens is that?

  13. Joshua Caudell says:

    Very interesting Ms. Star. I love your bangle bracelet that you have on in
    that video, Ms. Star!

  14. desk0z says:

    This is a 100mm Macro Lens 2.8 IS

  15. Ajira Darch says:

    Can’t wait to get that lens!

  16. Lukas Gisbert-mora says:

    your studio looks amazing.

  17. Ticknor Photography says:

    Great video.

  18. artawesome says:

    when is it a good time to ask for the rings to shot them?

  19. Ajira Darch says:

    @OfficialJasmineStar you can post a link in the description box for this
    video. πŸ˜€

  20. courtneyjade85 says:

    girl, you are just FABULOUS!!!

  21. Nick Villarreal says:

    i want the 100 2.8L so bad! gotta start saving up

  22. Lai829 says:

    I hope there are more videos like this in the future! πŸ˜‰ so cool to see
    you in action…;-)

  23. Abhilash Patel says:

    how to shoot d ring without macro lens…..please guide me

  24. Tejeshwar Taneja says:

    In my humble opinion, you have great composition skills. I would love to
    see some landscape/ cityscape photography from you. Best regards.

  25. BlackDreadBoy says:

    that was great

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