Wedding Workshop Five | Photographing the Ceremony: Photographing the Ceremony: Chapter Three Quiz Pye Jirsa, 4 years ago QUIZ: Photographing the Ceremony: Chapter Three Quiz 1. Candids differ from traditional portraits because lighting, composition, and expressions are less important. A True B False 2. As a lead, when tracking subjects during the processional, you should: A Quickly transition to a new subject as soon as the subject you’re tracking reaches the end of the aisle. B Continue tracking the subjects until they’ve settled into position so that you don’t miss any potential “moments.” C Adjust your angle as the subject gets closer to your position so that you can capture multiple perspectives of each subject. D A and C E B and C F All of the above 3. During the bride’s entrance, it is usually the ______ shooter who captures the groom’s reaction to seeing his bride (from over the bride's shoulders). A Lead B Second C Third 4. Throughout the ceremony, lead shooters generally position themselves near the _______, though they are not strictly limited to shooting in that position. A Center aisle B Front/side corner on the Groom’s side C Front/side corner on the Bride’s side D Pianist/DJ 5. Because they showcase the property, images of the wedding venue should not be shot with special lenses like a tilt-shift lens, which would distract the viewer and diminish the purpose of the image. A True B False 6. For special moments during the ceremony, such as the ring exchange, we recommend: A Stacking lead and second shooters to capture both wide and tight angles of the action. B That the lead captures creative angles/shoot-through images while the second shooter captures both wide and tight shots of the action. C Stacking second and third shooters to capture both wide and tight angles while the lead captures creative angles/shoot-throughs. D Tasking the third shooter with setting up a backlight behind the officiant to create an epic shot of the important moment. 7. When capturing the couple’s first kiss, with the lead and second shooter standing together, the lead should either shoot wide (24-70mm) or tight (70-200mm) while the second shooter does the opposite of the lead. A True B False 8. During the recessional, the lead shooter will stand in front of the couple and track them as they exit. The second shooter should: A Stay behind to capture VIPs. B Exit ahead of time to set up for formal portraits. C Join the lead, but shoot at the opposite focal length of the lead (wide vs. tight). D Help the third shooter remove all of the gear from the ceremony site. Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Case Study 4 | Quick Lighting for Family Portraits Next Assignment: Key Ceremony Moments Pye Jirsa Founding Partner of Lin and Jirsa Photography and SLR Lounge. Follow my updates on Facebook and my latest work on Instagram both under username @pyejirsa.