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For more information on shooting weddings check out the full Fstoppers tutorial here:


Here is a list of equipment used to shoot the rings in the video:
Fstoppers FlashDisc : http://amzn.to/25opCL1

Nikon AF-S FX Micro-NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED Fixed Zoom Lens: http://amzn.to/1TEuQwI

Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro Lens: http://amzn.to/1P1LFKG

Yongnuo Flash: http://amzn.to/1WXyHG4

MagMod Basic Kit: http://amzn.to/1WXAV8y

LED Panel: http://amzn.to/1WXI5d2



  1. xtafpfhr says:

    great ideas – thanks for sharing!

  2. Hey Guys- I love your vids and this is no exception but I have a question– I see a lot of photographers on youtube using a low power manual flash but the camera you're using has a commander mode on the built-in flash. Why are you using manual mode instead of the commander mode to trigger the ocf?

  3. xtafpfhr says:

    I wanted to get the same LED flashlight you were using in the video but when I clicked the link the one at Amazon doesn't look the same as the one in your video. It doesn't have the side lights :(

  4. what size macro did you use??

  5. Eddie Molina says:

    Really like this video. You guys are great.

  6. meysan _ says:

    patrick was reflected in that ring shot 4:58
    any ways thanks a lot guys this is so helpful an inspiring

  7. Josh Fourie says:

    You're on a tripod in the last setup. Why bump up your ISO when you can just lengthen your exposure time? Do you do any focus stacking as these DOFs are usually super shallow

  8. Thanks so much for the tutorial guys

  9. plod1 plod1 says:

    That with water spray is awesome idea,,,thanks guys for sharing this ideas,fantastic photography lessons…

  10. its amazing .. thanks a lot

  11. You could use a fishing line on the last shoot. And shooting pics upsidedown. It will make less work in PS. ;)

  12. Great video!! thank you!

  13. You lose sharpness past F/16

  14. zahra Adel says:

    It's an amazing technique <3 , Love it , and i'll try it ^_^

  15. what setting do u use when shooting a wedding

  16. Anyone have the link for the LED light box at 6:01?Thank you

  17. Thank you guys, very helpful tips! Can you please tell me what custom color temperature was set for the ring shot at 5:38?

  18. n n says:

    Camera is Nikon D7100?

  19. I really liked this video. Thanks!

  20. Ls Lx says:

    maybe patt is 6' feet and the other fella 6'6

  21. l31007 says:

    Gorgeous work. You make it look simple but this is some very creative and advanced photography. I see a lot of wedding photographers that have been 'pros' for decades and don't produce shots like these.

  22. love this thanks so much for that video

  23. gold…you guys are gold…this is why I love coming to YouTube…thank you so much!

  24. Leo Antonov says:


  25. james james says:

    jason Lanier shoots way better…

  26. wedyan ali says:

    I love these ideas

  27. Subscription just like that.

  28. Harry Potter Photography lol

  29. vijay200050 says:

    give me ur contact ?

  30. Trish Thomas says:

    I don't understand how the onboard camera flash did not blow out the picture?

  31. JamesDaily says:

    For that second setup, an alternative to self timer mode would be to set it into interval timer mode (time lapse mode) if you have it, and have the photos every 1-2 seconds. That way you can fire off a ton of exposures quickly without having to touch the camera between each shot.

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