What settings should I use?

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    • #39031
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      Hey, I am filming a wedding for a friend coming up soon, I am just wondering what kind of settings (like shutter speeds, exposure, etc) would be ideal for a wedding. It is going to be indoors. Thanks.

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      Are you serious compusolver? I didn’t know i wasnt experienced. Obviously I’m not experienced, they dont care about having a super quality video to keep forever. It’s more for me, to practice basically. They said they basically wouldnt be having a video done if i don’t do it. They don’t want to hire someone and he just asked me if i would get some footage. but like you said it is an important day so i wanted to make it look half decent. If this site is for pros only let me know and I will remove myself immediatel, but I’m pretty sure its not.

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      Thanks, I do have enough experience as of right now to use manual focusing and exposure, I have a friend who is going to capture some footage for me as well just to have a few different angles so its not so boring to watch. I have a boom/shotgun mic setup as well as I am running a direct line from the sound system itself to capture the ceremony as well.

      I have watched a few demo videos like you sugested as well and they have helped more than I thought they would, Thanks.

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