I've been processing my photos from a wedding shoot that I did last Saturday in NW England. It was a long day but I had a wonderful time - 10 hours (1,000+ photos) of intensive photography covering all the usual formal wedding shots as well as more informal snaps to give a rounded coverage of the day.
This photo is from a series of informal portrait shots that I took of some of the guests at the reception after the wedding ceremony. I used a Nikon 85f1.4D lens at f2 on my D700 at iso 2200 with just the normal room lighting. The shallow depth of field produced by the f2 aperture nicely blurred out the busy background.
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85 mm (35mm equiv.)