How to Photograph Wedding Rings

Category: Wedding Rings
0 344

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 :

Nikon AF-S FX Micro-NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED Fixed Zoom Lens:

Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro Lens:

Yongnuo Flash:

MagMod Basic Kit:

LED Panel:

344 responses to “How to Photograph Wedding Rings”

  1. Fstoppers says:

    We are starting two new Youtube channels. Soon we will be moving all of our live recordings over to the new “Fstoppers Live” Youtube channel here:
    I am also going to start up my own Youtube channel where I post stuff that I am interested in that isn’t photography related here:
    We’d appreciate you subscribing, and we plan to start releasing new content soon.

  2. Manas Santra says:

    Why you are using long expo for that diamond ring..??

  3. scientist100 says:

    Makes me wanna switch to Nikon lol; I currently have the Canon 5Ds, II & IV with 24-70 2.8 II USM lens & the generic 70-250 f3.5 I believe.

  4. APERTURE ADE says:

    What Kelvin temperature did you use for this photo shoot of the ring when you used the purple gel

  5. Yadis Jewelry says:

    Good course,learn a lot.The way take picture look very important for jewelry

  6. pduffy4 says:

    5:35 very cool


    Thanks for sharing your photo tricks, that it`s not very usual.

  8. Aaron Lee says:

    2:01 Patrick looks so done with wedding photographs

  9. Jason Agyeman says:

    What cameras were used? only lenses are listed

  10. John K says:

    4:07 F8 isn’t exactly shallow dept of field or have I been using this term wrong all these years?

    • Fstoppers says:

      It’s relative. F8 can be extremely shallow depth of field on a macro lens if your lens to subject distance is super small. Many macro photographers will actually focus stack at f/8 because it’s still not enough depth of field. Depth of field relies on 1) aperture, 2) distance between subject and lens/sensor and 3) focal length of the lens. So yes, you can’t substitute shallow depth of field with f/2.8 and large depth of field with f/8. I can shoot a telephoto landscape shot at 2.8 from a mile away and everything will be in focus and sharp. -P

  11. Prachi Photo Mayani says:

    nice one

  12. Nelson Club says:

    This is absolutely NOT how we commercial photographers shoot jewelry – clown school is complete for today

  13. Mannan Photography says:

    very good definition thank you

  14. Blac Owl says:

    Great video

  15. Sham Ramachandran says:

    BIG HEAD from Silicon Valley is a photographer!!

  16. Michael King says:

    Pat get a hair cut

  17. Linus J says:


  18. Lisa Longo says:

    Patrick looks excited to help LOL

  19. Dieudonne Basseck says:


  20. Concepcion Pelaze says:

    Hodalistundsa youLove📿📿🤳👰⛪💍💍📿📿💍💍👰🤗💍💍📿

  21. Concepcion Pelaze says:

    Hodalistundsa YouLovehodalistundsa

  22. ReKhAmaXvEl Aiden says:

    Great teaching

  23. Mahiboob Nadaf says:

    super excited work 👏

  24. Ranjiit Puri says:

    u r a magicians dud really awesome

  25. Charles Thomas says:

    That hair and shirt though, hilarious!

  26. Pernik Manik says:

    How’s bout bracelet

  27. Numan Awan says:

    Great work .

  28. Avinash Kumar says:


  29. Natural dharmjeet says:

    Are u using micro lens

  30. rapter rider says:

    Wow its amazing love it

  31. Back Roads Digital says:

    great video and lots of helpful tips. thanks guys

  32. Aleksandar Glavaski says:

    I have the same flashlight, very cool stuff.

  33. Growfluence Media says:


  34. Pre Bridal Care SL says:
  35. DJDaddy Family TV says:

    Im saving this because im learning now photography and this really a big help being a starter. New fan here Sirs from Philippines. Hope you do visit me too.

  36. Tracy Smith says:

    I’ve been trying this and can’t seem to get the water droplets in the shot. Any ideas?

  37. Evita Rahmawati says:

    where to buy the photo base/background aluminium?

  38. Devon Forde says:

    Could you send a link for the adjustable Led light

  39. Saad Saad says:


  40. Amed Cojulún says:

    Muy bueno chicos gracias por compartir

  41. Tracy Smith says:

    Oh man, that was AWESOME!!!! Thank you so much!

  42. VK Artsy Boy Studio says:

    Camera models konsa hai sir aapka air lens kitti mm hai pliz Ripley mi

  43. David Mendoza Fotografía says:

    Very good…

  44. KingTungsten Worldwide says:

    Excellent special on macro and the variety of options available. Like you said, it all has to be done quickly because the couple just got the expensive rings and then youre asking them to remove.

  45. Marco Morganti says:

    horrible photos

  46. guy hartley says:

    they all look bad, sorry to say

  47. Kenrick Bernard says:

    2019 woot

  48. RagingBubuli says:

    5:35 WOW!

  49. Amit Kumar says:


  50. Andrew says:

    for some reason i just cant stop thinking about Patrick making thor’s axe

  51. Cook The Book says:

    haha the hairstyles ya’ll had LMAO

  52. Tania and Ahmad says:

    Love it! Thanks for the tips!

  53. Namal Kumara says:

    Heloo what is that calr flasher

  54. Davy Scales says:

    Good tutorial 👍

  55. Salon Sonik says:

    hi what setting did you use when you took this shot @ 7:40

  56. Emanuel Schimpfössl says:

    How is the background that black at the mist shot?

  57. gjaeigjiajeg says:

    Love the result of the spritz bottle, but would there be a chance of your client not feeling comfortable with their jewelry being sprayed?

  58. Desiray Dillard says:


  59. upasana sookdar says:

    Amazing video! Thank you for such great content.

  60. Poiesh Soudagar says:

    The second picture is insane!

  61. Emmy Kings Ofem says:

    Thanks guys

  62. HITESH PATEL says:

    Excellent Thank you

  63. Rembrandt says:


  64. Sarah F. says:

    In the first shot, It felt like Patrick was Tyrion Lannister for sec there. Maybe with brown hair wavy hair or something.

  65. 方懿民 says:


  66. Fine Exposure says:

    2nd and 3rd are my favorite!

  67. Александр Белов says:


  68. Jeff Stanley says:

    Absolutely fantastic! Looks like you may have done this once or twice before…

  69. Roberto Campos says:

    Tom Brady photographer? haha

  70. Alvin Lipscomb says:

    Having a small background kit that takes up little space and is light is a great idea.
    The mist shot is money. No way a bride would not like that image unless you used to wrong color. I would definitely use her favorite color and then I would change the gel to give her more options.
    Using the laptop for a background is ok, But is that now a digital background? LOL! I didn’t really like the last image of the ring.

  71. Austin Skeen says:

    That framing at the beginning made Patrick look like a Hobbit.

  72. Elio says:

    The guy with long hair look like “Luis fonsi”

  73. Keith Simonian says:

    Interesting ideas, BUT most wedding photographers don’t bring a tripod to the wedding. So two of those ideas are gone with the wind. As for bringing a laptop to a wedding to just take the ring photo, that seems way over the top, and the risk/reward is quite low. Risk, laptop is stolen. ( yeah, wedding photographers have their stuff stolen ) vs an interesting photo.

  74. Prasenjit Mondal says:

    Thank you sir

  75. Kapil Sabharwal says:

    Watching in 2019! They both look so funny.. first thing that popped into my head was they look like characters out of two and a half men

  76. Roshan CR says:

    Patrick is awesome

  77. donny bristol says:

    that water mist shot tho… fire!

  78. Socorro De Jesús says:

    Mega like…

  79. Platinum Production Photography says:

    Can anyone tell me if you have to take photos of the bride and groom’s rings together or seperate. Whats the rule! Thks

  80. JanekPilot says:


  81. Iwan Y says:

    Use background with screen laptop or tablet and little Flashlight is awesome

  82. Rembrandt says:

    Great video

  83. Pablo Rogat says:

    hahahahah so young both of you

  84. mounorman says:

    f/32 DE-FRA-CTION

  85. Nilesh Fataniya says:

    Nice idea, thanks.

  86. Jack Morton says:

    5:59 R.I.P. Eyes

  87. Adam Issa says:

    Кажется этот Патрик нёс куда-то кольцо и у него его забрали

  88. OUTER SPACE says:

    Worth a watch and great tips opens up a lot more ideas 😊👌

  89. Jordan Wright says:


  90. Duy Nguyen says:


  91. Technical Gyan says:

    Purple and Mist shot was beautiful.


    Teşekkür ederim. Süper…

  93. Talib Rashid says:

    Really awsome tricks

  94. Mandy Martinez says:

    amazing shot

  95. Konrad Z says:

    Great tutorial guys ! THANKS ! Patrick you were so right to cut your hair ahahahah

  96. Joseph Santos says:

    That was actually really helpful, thank you for putting this together!

  97. Andres Velez says:

    Excelente trabajo señores…

  98. Saurabh Prabhakar says:

    Patrick I really liked both the pics you shot, just amazing !! Nice!

  99. happy Kumar says:

    So best video thanks

  100. Shree Diamond Mfg says:

    I am looking for loose Diamond photography in macro

  101. Harun Rashid says:

    Why f32????

  102. Alan Vandever says:

    I don’t shoot weddings but this was a great tutorial and gave me idea I can use in my commercial work. Thanks.

  103. Jey Gii says:

    it was so helpful thanks

  104. Daniel Doyongan says:

    I’m sorry, did you say Patrick or Harry Potter?

  105. Colin Leonard says:

    Very nice, Im always using the 2 sec self timer. Some great ideas there guys thanks

  106. studioperfil says:


  107. Garry Burgess says:

    Darn, I don’t want to buy a macro lens for $1000 just for ring shots.

  108. Jeff Balbalosa says:

    Did you guys tried f/1.8?

  109. ai ff says:

    عکاسی صنعتی

  110. jaleel kottakkal says:

    Super photography

  111. John Bivins says:

    Freaking awesome Tips!!! wow thanks

  112. praveen sharma says:

    well done

  113. Rehman Abdur says:

    The mist shot is dope!

  114. ai ff says:

    عکاسی صنعتی حرفه ای از
    محصولات مختلف طی یک دهه تجربه

  115. MST.0356.2016 says:


  116. Ragz Studioz says:

    Much impressed. Hats off.. Keep up the great work

  117. animikh aronno says:


  118. SDMacMan says:

    Hey Lee, Ashton Kutcher called. He wants his ‘look’ back. Hahaha

  119. Swapnil Tambe says:


  120. Muhd Shah Ridhuan says:

    thank you!

  121. Eugen C. says:

    That photo with the mist and the purple was great!

  122. Eslam Alahmadi says:


  123. jaime bennet says:

    Thankyou brother … Love from toronto Photographer

  124. Abhijith Dixith says:

    Pretty sure they used the nikkor 60mm 2.8D, not the G version as listed in the description box

  125. arjun kumar says:

    You are really great Photographer

  126. Akshu Kumar says:

    Love it

  127. Jeff High says:

    Well done! Such a variety of looks.

  128. joy deb JD says:


  129. Shilpa Solanki says:

    Great Video to point Thanks Guys

  130. Polyglotpatrick says:

    I didn’t have a ring to practice with but I tried it with some coins that were jangling in my pocket:

  131. Error 404! Not found. says:

    Wtf?! Images are dope af…!

  132. Jeremy Bridgenath says:

    Great 👍 really loved this. Subscribed.

  133. Allan Thompson says:

    Great ideas.

  134. Miassar J says:

    great pictures …at the spray shoot what is the settings were? and dos it one shoot ? thanks in advance

  135. Steven Lefebvre says:

    What is the Led panel you used to paint the pictures with the aluminium

  136. Rozely Lindim says:

    I love the mist shot..

  137. Andritiana Andriamanantena says:

    You’re the best guys!!

  138. Bobby Smith says:

    Hobbits are real.

  139. Binoy Chutia says:

    Sir canon ka lens Nikon main loga skta hu

  140. Photography specialist says:
  141. Pierre Cardone says:

    Great tutorial. On the spritz, what camera tripod are you using?

  142. Sharonda Davis says:

    You guys are awesome! Great work and helpful tips😊

  143. Miguel Angel Flores Duarte says:

    thank you very much guys for sharing , you are fantastics i think you have great ideas

  144. Top flight says:

    what lens?

  145. Jhon DC says:

    i just subscribed great tutorial thanks

  146. JAZZY's Photography® says:


  147. Foivos Loxias says:

    Someone forgot to clean the diamond in the last shots… Great video! Helpful stuff!

  148. aswami100 says:

    I kept waiting for him to say “You’ve been punk’d!”

  149. suryawan hidayat says:

    you is amazing photographer

  150. PinayVampire says:


  151. EL Guapo says:

    Is this bighead’s real life job?

  152. Aythami Warneck says:

    this one was so helpful for me! thanks guys

  153. Mohadese_hussaini1371 Mhd3_jon says:


  154. Korisniknovi says:

    One of the most useful videos I’ve seen.

  155. Satheesh Padmanabhan says:

    Thank You Very much Sirs ..

  156. Udhaya Kumar K says:

    Thanks for the brilliant tutorial.

    Are all the shots taken using same macro lens?

  157. Paweł T says:

    I’m impressed how simple are the ideas, and how great the effects they brings! Thanks very much!!!

  158. Roselle azucena says:

    What lens ?

  159. Social Media Tutorials says:

    that purprle pic was awesome

  160. Gabriel Purziani says:

    Very good video !!! Congratulations, the final result would be “Lord Farquaad” = 2 / Stifler = 0

    Pd: Lord Farquaad ignore my joke, is that his hair provokes me envy, my head is bald XD


    Muy buen video !!! Enhorabuena, el resultado final sería “Lord Farquaad” = 2 / Stifler = 0

    Pd: Señor Farquaad ignorar mi broma, es que su cabello me provoca envidia, mi cabeza es calva XD

  161. winshon lozada restrepo says:

    Great video. Thanks

  162. Shaun Yap says:

    where can I get the led light?

  163. Aeron Victor Antonio says:

    Oh my God! When I saw the mist shot I just put my hands up. That was just beautiful!

  164. Albert Weterings says:

    Great tutorial but why on earth the stupid Ford cap? Thats how photographers in the USA present themselves?

  165. saada said says:

    the rings pic is awesome

  166. Prathamesh Thorat says:

    Such A Awesome Bro

  167. Nefashus says:

    New here, do you also have tutorials for total beginners? I know how to use a cam tho lol. Anyways cool channel and interesting tricks!

    • Fstoppers says:

      Yeah, go to the We have an intro to photography on ISO, shutter, and all the beginning stuff but we also have tutorials for all different genres. Most are intermediate to advanced though

  168. john kuckian says:

    my mind is honestly blown

  169. Ravoson Kiady says:

    thank you

  170. Robert Hill says:

    Can you tell me what the flashlight with the LED panel on it is? The link you have listed doesn’t bring us to that same light.

  171. Raul Rodriguez says:

    that is to much work for a ring shot

  172. Samantha Shugars says:

    Oh my god this is amazing! Thanks guys!!!!

  173. naren dran says:


  174. Alexander Dedic says:

    f32??? No pro will ever shoot with a DSLR at f32!! No way to get the pic sharp!! As a real pro you should know why, don´t you?

    • Henry Jiang says:

      Alexander Dedic If you’ve tried shooting macro. You’ll know that the DOF is extremely shallow sometimes less than 1mm at f5.6. Light diffraction does affect the image quality but not as much and getting everything out of focus. Also the lens defaults to the fastest and dial down when you hit he shutter.

    • coast2coastimagery says:

      Alexander Dedic I think that was more about maximizing or should I say minimizing the shortest distance that can be shot with that particular Macro. Takes out the crop factor which in turn degrades some of the quality anyway. Besides, who are all the pros???? I’m sure (like anything else we shoot) the settings are based off the appeal he was going for.

  175. Molon Labe! says:

    Dude, it’s 2017, the 80’s called and they want the hairband hair back.

  176. Edward Reyes says:

    what music did you guys use? its so gorgeous !

  177. Alwin Photographic says:

    I love it 🙂

  178. royandescartes says:

    As soon as patrick came into the tutorial his expression had me
    In tears LOOOL!

  179. Lowina Blackman says:

    Love the mist and the purple shot! Thanks guys!

  180. Clydesdale2045 says:

    I tried this. I used the flash with bounce adapter, purchased the advanced magmod kit for easily changing colors w/extra grids, purchased a black shiny 2×2 tile and a mirror stainless steel sheet, got a fine mister, and put my camera in time-lapse so it was taking a shot every second while misting and me moving my flash around… my results weren’t anything even remotely like this. 🙁

  181. jjaylad says:

    great vid and tips but not very consistent with doing it in 10 seconds. Agreed once set up it can be quick for the couple though.

  182. aaeaeama says:

    wow! fantastic, thanks for sharing

  183. vuong ta says:

    This is awesome! Thank you guys.

  184. Matthew Wendzina says:

    Really helpful ideas. Thank you!! Quick question- On the third shot I’m a bit confused about the settings. 8 seconds, f.4, 100- At these settings with no that much ambient light in the room my picture is well exposed. Adding in the light blows it out everytime… How exactly does this work?

  185. zainab yusuff says:

    i love the spray bottle idea..awesome tutorial thanks for sharing 👏👌

  186. Mary DiGiovanni says:

    When you shot the spritz, what were your settings?

  187. KreygScott says:

    Awesome tutorial guys.

  188. Troi Randell Tan says:

    You guys are awesome 🙂

  189. Kifayat Jahan says:

    Thanks a lot! <3 Amazing!

  190. Andrew Block says:

    Awesome video! I tried this at home and was an epic fail…. But, I will get it. One of my issues was what was underneath the rings. Do you by chance have an amazon link to some suggested materials that you put under the rings? I looked above on the items and did not see it. Thank you. Keep it up!

  191. ToEY TANOthai says:

    love this, thank you

  192. Kiran K says:

    what are the lenses you used in this ring-flower photography

  193. Farzaneh J says:

    that is awesome. Thank you guys. As a new Hobby photographer i will definitely try all of your amazing techniques.

  194. Ivan Figueroa says:

    suscribed like it and notified

  195. ronald de souter says:

    hi there,
    anyone knows where to find those interesting background (leather, gold, chrome, glossy, etc…)?

  196. Stephen Gregory says:

    Very informative, and helpful. Thank you.

  197. Cambodia Wonder says:

    I love the way that you guys did it!

  198. Dhemmyanne Basectin says:


  199. FuckNewChannelDesing says:

    thx for the video !!!

  200. Dato' Rizal says:

    Sir..I loved the video tutorial! Very educational for a newbie like me.
    According to the list of equipment used, the lens used was a Nikon AF-S FX Micro-NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED Fixed Zoom Lens but seen here from this video angle, it doesn’t look like the ED version.. > Correct me if I”m wrong.

    Happy New Year guys!!

  201. Umesh T.S says:


  202. 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.

  203. Henrik Pettersson says:

    Excellent video

  204. Trish Thomas says:

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

  205. vijay200050 says:

    give me ur contact ?

  206. Francisco Aguirre says:

    Harry Potter Photography lol

  207. Edwin Ndegwa Kiragu says:

    Subscription just like that.

  208. wedyan ali says:

    I love these ideas

  209. Stormy Jack says:

    jason Lanier shoots way better…

  210. Leo Antonov says:


  211. Joe Cerda says:

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

  212. TechnologyTeacher says:

    this is awesome

  213. ABHISHEK PRASAD says:

    superb. subscribed

  214. woodfieldpark says:

    love this thanks so much for that video

  215. 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.

  216. Ls Lx says:

    maybe patt is 6′ feet and the other fella 6’6

  217. Travis Nutley says:

    I really liked this video. Thanks!

  218. Douglas 0 says:

    Camera is Nikon D7100?

  219. Ezio Auditore says:

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

  220. jainam shah says:

    awsm teknk

  221. Expression Event Photography says:

    easy shoot ,thanks a lot,

  222. Powdermonkey99 says:

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

  223. rodney watkins says:

    what setting do u use when shooting a wedding

  224. zahra Adel says:

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

  225. Anthony Mastrud says:

    You lose sharpness past F/16

  226. Ricardo Coronel Ruiz says:

    Great video!! thank you!

  227. Constantine Romanchuk says:

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

  228. Saber Alkiyumi says:

    its amazing .. thanks a lot

  229. plod1 plod1 says:

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

  230. Aryangraphy Studios says:

    amazing trick

  231. Corey Parsons says:

    Thanks so much for the tutorial guys

  232. 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

  233. meysan _ says:

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

  234. Eddie Molina says:

    Really like this video. You guys are great.

  235. Renee Mellott says:

    what size macro did you use??

  236. 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 🙁

  237. Dennis Ruzeski says:

    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?

  238. ANAK WATAN says:


  239. Luis Perez says:

    That hair..

  240. xtafpfhr says:

    great ideas – thanks for sharing!

  241. Tihi Andrew says:

    great job guys !!

  242. Molten Pros says:

    Excellent info.

  243. Rehan says:


  244. Phelix Hanney says:

    I really do love the work that you guys are doing for the photography community. You guys are awesome. Keep up the good work. Thank you for sharing this video tutorial. Phelix 👍🏾🎥📷

  245. sumanth suresh says:

    hi brother which lens are you using

  246. Florian Butterhof says:

    Awesome video! Good idea on the mist shot. Thank you!
    How is your flash setup (transmitter, flash, etc.)? I would like to get some flash equipment. Any recommendations?

  247. TS Fetzko says:

    THIS is useful.  Thank you.

  248. DynamicTV says:

    i learn so much from this video

  249. Ahmed Maher photography says:

    Wow i love it

  250. mary rose curativo says:

    the water effect is sooo cool. love it

  251. Flavia Verçoza says:

    The only problem with extremely complex compositions, such as the misty ring, is that clients may tend to think “ah, this is just some kind of filter” or “this is photoshopped”. That is sad. haha

    • Ls Lx says:

      dont think so bcus if clients are present when you doing this ( since this a brides ring ) they can witness the procedure and be alright

  252. phynx2006 says:

    Very useful stuff, thanks guys

  253. Richard Wagner says:

    Great tips.  Loved the final photos.  Appreciate these short tutorials.

  254. Bill Zidis says:

    Amazing video.Thank you

  255. zeshan salam says:

    Jaw dropping tricks…amazing

  256. Commander says:

    is it me or does Patric look like Chewbacca?

  257. Ashley Barnard says:

    my version i did this weekend at a wedding thanks for the tip.

  258. Phil7299 says:

    I tried the mist shot with nikon d810 with 105mm 2.8 1:1 macro lens , ISO400, f8, 1/200th. It did not worked like way Patrick and Lee did

    • Randal Moreno says:

      the shot is for ring no for things tht are bigger

    • Russell Huffman says:

      Their pictures are not even in focus. I would be embarrassed to come on here and say something didn’t work. If you can’t even focus the camera how can you expect to even be on this level?

    • Fstoppers says:

      It looks like you need your backlight brighter. I don’t see any highlights shooting through the water.

  259. Ruudsosalsa says:

    Is Patrick tiny or Lee big?

  260. Hubert Boubreau says:

    Great stuff. I like your shots.

  261. 1UP says:

    Perfect methodics, not only about rings, about macro shooting! tnx)

  262. smileinurhand says:

    Great Ideas . Thank for sharing with us.

  263. Toni Bernad says:


  264. pscully1969 says:

    Wow, those were some great ideas! Very impressive considering the short amount of time required. Thanks! 🙂

  265. VIDEO&MUSICEditor says:

    great video for wedding ring but why so much for the wedding training dvd.I was really existing until I saw the price.

  266. Matheus Rigoni says:


  267. Nicholas Alger says:

    Great video!

  268. ImaginebySzP says:

    Very cool tips. Thank you!

  269. andrew goh says:

    any difference on nikon 105mm vs 60mm on ring shots?

  270. fakepixilord says:

    Very awesome! Great ideas

  271. Vasanth Saravanan says:

    Great stuff guys ! kudos 🙂

  272. Alexander Lupascu says:

    duuudeee patrick is sooo smaaaalll :)))

  273. Kujo21 says:

    I think the LED panel link is wrong…. Great ideas though! Thanks.

    • Molten Pros says:

      The light they were using is the Z-96 but the put a link for a neewer light. The Z-96 is better. Search for it on Amazon. The Flashlight is also the wrong link but I have no idea which flashlight it is.

  274. dew tew says:

    Light painting look awesome, thanks!

  275. Dao Quang says:

    really really useful.. thanks for this amazing tutorial. I’m looking to find some ways to do product photography like that!

  276. Kimoya Rennie says:

    Hi Great tips! How did you get the backlight purple? Gel over the flash?

  277. Christophe Buyck says:

    This is great! great results, minimal time/gear! Love the mist shot!

  278. Doug Santu says:

    Great ideas

  279. Максим says:

    Thanks so much! Great ways to make loveliness!

  280. SirSilverFox says:

    Mist shot, totally epic

  281. ohhhsopeachy says:

    Great video😃

  282. nightwingsurfer says:

    I´m not a photographer but this stuff is really cool.

  283. Victor Rivera says:

    that mist shot was great! I appreciate this info and will do a test shot because I’m doing my first wedding soon and will use the mist method. Thanks guys.

  284. Simon Patterson says:

    Terrific tips! Thanks!

  285. marilynrn711 says:

    great video. thanks

  286. iloper says:

    last one was cheesy 😀

  287. Keith Sheridan says:

    How many likes do you need to get Patrick to get a haircut?

  288. OX4SNYPA says:

    Wow that’s stunning! Great video & tips!

  289. Neopulse00 says:

    Clever quick shot idea guys. Is that LED the same one used in the iPhone 6 photo shoot you guys did not too long ago?

  290. James Findlay says:

    Lads lads lads, you missed a trick for wedding ring photography. Use a bible or book use a little putty or something to hold the rings and angle it. With the light looking down the spine of the bible (book) and the resulting image shows the two rings casting and intertwine hearts shadows. Couples love them.

  291. Joshlin100 says:

    Let me guess you fucking zoom in or some shit

  292. thewuf says:

    Nice! Great job guys!

  293. Kyser Soze says:

    *LOL! Patrick looks like a 70’s Gino Vanelli!, he just needs to open his shirt to show all the hairy chest, put some gold chains and you have Chapo drug lord style! HAHA!*

  294. le pillole di mattia says:

    Such a real good video! please do a video to How to shoot hitech device

  295. Gabriel Piotr Bugajny says:

    What is the model of the Nikon?

  296. An Vo says:

    This was very helpful. Thank you!

  297. Babar Asghar says:

    awesome guys … amazing

  298. Javier Botero says:

    This is awesome! Please more videos like this!

  299. Brent Taylor says:

    Ashton Kutcher?

  300. Çinden Geliyorum says:

    I want to get married. 🙁

  301. Phathom says:

    That mist shot was fantastic. Great stuff!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: