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Wedding Photography From a Camera’s Point of View

To capture a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to photograph a wedding, photographer Jaroslav Repta mounted a GoPro video camera to his DSLR and used it to film his camera’s point of view throughout the wedding day. The video above shows this footage along with the resulting photographs that were delivered to the couple.

(via Fstoppers)


 
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  • Xensin

    A friend of mine did this a while ago… I’d say his turned out way more interesting and chaotic, which really fit - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Dq3NRpheHg&context=C2f6d0ADOEgsToPDskKwtCXIfkTqoVpkfOX5rK5t

  • http://www.tyleringram.com TylerIngram

    Neat idea, I am sure he got bugged about why he had a camera on his camera ;)

  • ranhoff

    bon jovi rules!

  • Flgraphics

    kinda neat, but I’m not sure I would qualify this as a ‘behind the scenes’ as we’re essentially seeing the exact same view as he would through the viewfinder. Doesn’t show us a true behind the scenes action.

  • http://twitter.com/Aarography Aaro Keipi

    I think this is awesome. Cool concept and great shots. A+ Slovak job! :D

  • http://twitter.com/Aarography Aaro Keipi

    If by “interesting and chaotic” you mean “bound to give you motion sickness,” I agree. :D

  • dnguyen

    Definitely bound to give you motion sickness. I definitely prefer the James Nachtwey style of behind the camera videography.

  • Adam

    This was beyond awesome!

  • http://twitter.com/45surf 45SURF

    Cool!  In order to keep the dslr’s lens out of the shot, i mount my camcorder underneath the dslr, like this: vimeo.com/27676309#
    :)