I'm hoping this will start an ongoing thread of M4/3 wedding images! Please share your images, technical info, settings, and even image backstory if you can. I think this can be a great resource as we try to use M4/3 more in wedding work. All the following images from last week's wedding were edited in Capture One, and sharpened using NIK Sharpener... Seeing Dad for the first time in her dress... this image was photographed with an EM1, Panasonic 12-35 at F3.2, ISO 2000, and a touch of flash (Metz 64) to counter strong overhead lighting. Bride is just arriving at church and waiting for Dad... very bright sun! EM1 with Panasonic 35-100mm at F4.5, ISO 200, 1/200sec no flash. Some skin touch-up in Nik and Shine-off. Church wide angle with EM10 and Oly 9-18mm. F4, ISO2000, 1/100sec. No flash, tough light to balance, so I just used Nik white neutralizer off her veil. Bride and Groom finally alone! EM1 with Panasonic Nocticron 42.5mm. ISO 500, 1/160, at F4 and a little fill flash using Metz 58. I like the Metz 58 because I can use it without AA batteries off my belt mount Godox battery that also powering the Metz 64 at the same time. The Goom's tux really was blue... never seen that before! I didn't really go for shallow DOF here, don't know why not. The Nocticron was actually able to focus with the lights down at the reception. Really pleased about that as it allows me to keep some weight off (other camera I'm carry at this point is a D750). Bride's Mom and Dad dancing late in the reception... EM1 - F2, ISO3200, 1/100sec. That's all for now... next wedding is June 13 and it's gonna be a hot one here in AZ!!!