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3rd of June 2007 (Sun), 13:09
Hi all, faily new around here. I took some pictures of a friends wedding this weekend and boy was it hot too, my heart goes out to you pro's it sure is hard work.
Anyway I've posted a few from the day for some of the guests to view, thought i'd post here to get some feedback etc so fire away. Link to the pictures http://www.truesmileimaging.co.uk/wedding/rob&lucy.html
3rd of June 2007 (Sun), 13:50
I like them a lot and are very good for first gig.
I'd suggest some more work in photoshop and the groom has some debris on his jacket in a few of the frames, so would clone them out. Also the highlights in some of the sunshine shots could do with some shadow/highlight treatment.
But you have some nice shots composition wise and some nice catches to boot. Job well done.
3rd of June 2007 (Sun), 15:36
Link to the pictures http://www.truesmileimaging.co.uk/wedding/rob&lucy.html
Some nice shots there but many don't want to browse another site to check your pics .. you can post some here as well.
3rd of June 2007 (Sun), 15:38
Really nice photos mate - I am looking at doing my first couple of weddings over the next few months - hope I can emulate yours and some of the other peoples photos on the forum.
4th of June 2007 (Mon), 17:27
Nice shoots I like the emotion that image transmits especially the group shoots. Im working in my first projects too so good luck for everyone.
4th of June 2007 (Mon), 19:34
Wow. I think your images are really good, and you did an excellent job. I note your fill-flash work is excellent. What fill flash amount did you use for the outdoor shots in bright midday sun? They look so well exposed and natural.... pray tell. Or was it all in post?
5th of June 2007 (Tue), 21:52
Looks like they had alot off fun very nice .
10th of June 2007 (Sun), 12:47
Thanks for all the kind words!
As far as taking pictures goes this was a bit of a nightmare to be honest blazing hot (makes a change for us in the UK) which in turn created very harsh shadows or every one squinting :confused: . I used my 550ex as fill in for some shots with the small defuser popped up to throw some light in but not too much. Some PP work was carried out if shadowing was still visable.
It was a free-b for a friend first wedding i've done, they were a fun bunch and the B&G were very pleased with the pictures.
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