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5th of March 2006 (Sun), 13:34
All brides should be prima donnas on their wedding day. Here is a picture of a bride putting her friends and relatives to work. Comments welcome! ...Bob
5th of March 2006 (Sun), 16:07
Haha, that's priceless! :)
5th of March 2006 (Sun), 17:23
She sure takes an interest in what they are doing too... already posing? :D
6th of March 2006 (Mon), 09:38
Thanks for commenting. She is really the sweetest person you could ever meet. Not a Prima Donna at all. Her wedding was a real production though. This is a better one of the bride. ...Bob
6th of March 2006 (Mon), 13:41
Great shots mate.
That is a classic!
6th of March 2006 (Mon), 15:24
Her mouth looks a little funny to me, and her hair's a bit all over the place. Nice shot though!
6th of March 2006 (Mon), 20:56
Her MOUTH looks funny???? lol Is that a serious comment? Personally i don't see how a photographer could change the way she smiles! Yes he could ask her to look serious but how un-cool would that look? lol
Its nice to have "Perfect" photo's but i really see no sense in having everything in place and prim and proper - in my opinion the flaws are what make a photo sometimes, not necessarily in every case, but it looks to me like the hair is being whooshed slightly (Slight wind)
I like the shots...both of them are classic....i got none of that attention when i was a bride....in fact i felt like i should be running around like a head less chook and i DID...until the bridesmaids and my mum made me sit down and watch (In stead i took photo's to keep myself busy - how boring sitting around being looked after? lol)
7th of March 2006 (Tue), 09:48
Thanks for commenting. She got married in the mission where we took the bridal portraits. Lots of nice areas for photography. ...Bob
7th of March 2006 (Tue), 15:51
Yeah it looks like an awesome place!!
What type of editing did you do on that last one, where it's almost yellow in the highlights... pretty cool (is it an action or something?)
7th of March 2006 (Tue), 16:14
Thanks for commenting Petra. The color I used for that conversion is called sepia. I did that with a plug in for Photoshop 7 called "Virtual Photographer". It is freeware with no banners or ads. It has 30 or so customizable settings that give specific effects. You can adjust all the effects to your liking. More blur, less blur, more contrast, less etc. It does a great black and white. Go here it is a free download. http://www.optikvervelabs.com/ . Here is a black and white I use a lot thats called "Flashback".
7th of March 2006 (Tue), 16:19
Some terrific shots there!
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