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newgenphoto
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 12:24
This wedding was phenom. Amazing couple and beautiful location. Check it out and let me know what you guys think! Much love!

http://jmasterphotoblog.com/?p=855

Subimatt
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 12:32
great work, Love those colors.

yonders
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 12:52
I like your work.

KAS
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 12:55
Great stuff! Amazing clarity and detail. Very impressive.

R_Metzel
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 13:06
Very nice work! Colors and comp are spot on!

jeromego
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 14:50
very nice...

FamilyJules
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 14:57
beautiful work, Jasen! I couldn't stop looking at them. I love that location! It's THE location that made me want to get into weddings in the first place (I used to live in HB)
What a ridiculously good looking bridal party!

newgenphoto
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 15:17
Hey thanks everyone! Very nice comments!

patrick clarke
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 17:50
man, these are great shots
perfect exposure on every shot
can you share your lighting techniques for your outdoor shots
thanks

newgenphoto
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 19:38
man, these are great shots
perfect exposure on every shot
can you share your lighting techniques for your outdoor shots
thanks

Thanks Patrick! K you ready?? The only lighting that was used was natural light. Luckily we had some slight overcast for most of the morning through the afternoon so it was like God held up a huge softbox for me all morning. Mind you, I shot everything at f2.8 as well.

moeronn
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 20:23
Great shots. The compositions and lighting/exposure are awesome. You were very lucky to miss the typical cloudless skies down here.

My only nit would be that several of the images are slightly tilted. Easy fixes to an outstanding set.

scslmd
16th of September 2009 (Wed), 21:54
I live next to this place and go there all the time. Great shots! I know about 95 percent of where each shot was taken too. I second about the slight tilt but otherwise superb set!

infinite007
17th of September 2009 (Thu), 14:22
i like - good job! great set!

newgenphoto
17th of September 2009 (Thu), 15:38
I live next to this place and go there all the time. Great shots! I know about 95 percent of where each shot was taken too. I second about the slight tilt but otherwise superb set!

HAHAHA.... yeah you cant go wrong with the location. There seriously is a ton of opportunities at that resort.

moeronn
17th of September 2009 (Thu), 15:41
I'm glad I scrolled down to the bottom and looked at the similar threads. I didn't make the connection to your e-shoot (which was great, too) before seeing that. Would you mind sharing where that e-session was done?

newgenphoto
17th of September 2009 (Thu), 17:00
Hey moeronn. The e-session was shot on her Grandmothers property just about 30 minutes northwest of fresno. We are surrounded by foothills here so it's a pretty easy escape.

Phenix3st
17th of September 2009 (Thu), 17:13
Great pics. Very happy looking couple

OrlandoM
17th of September 2009 (Thu), 17:28
Lovely pictures!!!!!

Tvelet
23rd of September 2009 (Wed), 23:37
GREAT set!

gkarris
25th of September 2009 (Fri), 14:16
You do *EXCELLENT* work.

To bad for the wedding the Groom didn't go more traditional...

cchooks
25th of September 2009 (Fri), 15:28
Jasen,
I think the only thing better thank the photos is your name, the best name for a photographer.... Or you could be an electrician..:D. Great work.

ejicon
25th of September 2009 (Fri), 18:11
Pictures came out sharp and colorful. My only gripe is the fact that the arrows to choose the next picture gets tossed under with Vertical pictures... kinda annoying if you just want to scroll through the pictures real quickly.