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4th of November 2007 (Sun), 17:52
Do you like them?
If so, why?
If not, why not?
4th of November 2007 (Sun), 18:49
They're great! The only thing that bugs me is the green stuff in the first one.
4th of November 2007 (Sun), 18:54
#1 is nice...but for some reason the leaves that seem to intersect at her nose bother me.
#2 is gorgeous and well-composed IMO. The scenery is stunning.
#3 is also very nice. The B/W works well here IMO. A tighter crop might make it even more outstanding.
All in all, nice work!
4th of November 2007 (Sun), 18:59
#1. I don't like the green plant in her face. I don't like the angle of her face as it's not flattering for her nose. I don't like the fact that they are not looking at you.
#2 is great!
#3 is good, but the composition could be better.
4th of November 2007 (Sun), 19:01
#1 No: Don't like the grass in her face.
#2 Yes, Yes! I love the composition, the way the beach sweeps toward them, the way the clouds erupt above them. I like her looking at him. Very well done.
#3 Yes. Fine.
4th of November 2007 (Sun), 19:03
#1 I will have to agree with others on the plant, also it seems at they were smiling/posing for someone else's camera
#2 and #3 are VERY nice shots, GOOD JOB!
4th of November 2007 (Sun), 19:30
Thanks for comments so far. Feel free to post your crop on any of these if you feel it'd make them stronger.
I'm trying to choose some images to enlarge for studio/meeting room wall.
Here are a couple more:
4th of November 2007 (Sun), 23:41
5th of November 2007 (Mon), 12:41
they are all excellent - even though green strands are over her face in #1, it is still a good image for the emotional content, and I would keep it.
#2,3,4,5 are great images, no critique there.
#6 I prefer the bride more to the left or right - although it is also a super image
5th of November 2007 (Mon), 12:45
I like them all. However, the crop in 4 bothers me. I love her expression but the groom's head has been loped off it's a hard trade-off but I'm sure the bride will like it.
5th of November 2007 (Mon), 13:09
I like #4. Next time try to skew (rotate) some of your photo during shoot or post production for a little extra movement. For example... This photo below (see link) wouldn't be the same if they were perpendicular to the frame. Not everyone like this style but it's a little technique I've been using to give my photos a little movement, and shifting of weight.
On #1. Some people have prominent nose. Try to tone down the "big" nose with 3/4 face shot instead of side profile.
On #3. That shot could use a little more room to the right or left side. By doing so I would put the focus (the gaze/holding) in the Rule of Thirds (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_thirds). This shot is somewhat between a portrait and an enviromental portrait. It should be one or the other.
I'm no expert! just a few things that I would do differently. It's easier said than done because you only have sec to get the shot right.
Overall good stuff!
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