So we went to Butter Church in Duncan yesterday as well as two other old churches to do some after wedding photos (they were married in March) of a couple. I had the heeby jeebies all day in some of the areas that we were in. I'm not usually the superstitious type, but after the couple asked to lay in front of some tombstones and we did a photo with that each location had a feeling of ghosts. Anyway, aside from that it was awesome. The couple were very adventurous and willing to settle in for some cool shots and take the time for us to set up lights etc. At one point she grabbed my iPhone and videoed us working while she waited for us to set up some lights. You can see the clip below.
I also discovered something new in Lightroom 3 today while trying to finish off our last wedding edits. When I'm selecting photos I'm using P for pick or U for unpick and scrolling through them narrowing down my selections. Well I hit the 'I' key by mistake and up popped this information about the photo. I'll bet everyone else in the world knows this and I didn't but the information about your camera settings displayed is really handy for the times when you are trying to remember what you did to a shot. Not sure if it works in Lightroom 2, but probably. So the next time you are looking at a photo in Lightroom and want to know what your camera was set at without going back to the library screen or looking at the exif data just hit the I key anywhere in Lightroom.