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Dec 25, 2010 05:31 |  #1

One of my neighbour's daughter was getting married and I just had to hang around and get a few snaps.

1 - Think I blew the highlights in the dress :(

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2 - Printed this one as a 10x8 for him. Has it in a frame in his living room :)
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Dec 25, 2010 13:29 |  #2

Number one looks like you could actually go a little brighter to me. It calls for contrast. Number 2 is a great moment. I always love the father daughter photos, its such a bittersweet time for them.


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Dec 28, 2010 01:03 |  #3

I agree about the first shot; it seems underexposed (and would suffer as a print). All I did was a quick curves adjustment

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Dec 28, 2010 20:41 |  #4

The dress looks fine. Unfortunately, I think the window and curb are major distractions. Watch your backgrounds. Second shot is nice though


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Dec 29, 2010 12:58 |  #5

Many thanks for the replies and advice. These two photos were literally taken as the bride and her father were leaving for the church, no time to pose them :( Having said that I was just there as an interested neighbour :)


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