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Feb 17, 2017 13:43 |  #1

Here's one from a wedding I shot in the Lake District recently.

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Feb 17, 2017 21:03 |  #2

Not sure if I like the position as I look at her arms and her body, it looks kind of out of sync. her right arm looks off when you follow it all the way up looking at the whole shot the way she is twisting it. Where you cropped might be the issue. Do you have the full body of the bride in this photo? Maybe the garter down a bit and a different angle next time.


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Feb 19, 2017 11:30 |  #3

This was a totally unposed candid shot so the positioning of the Garter and her arms was all down to the bride. I would never try and pose or change a shot like this. The crop is exactly as captured in camera.


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Feb 21, 2017 15:48 |  #4

I don't notice so much the sort of out of sync thing, but maybe it's the processing...her leg and arms looks kind of dirty. Could have been a very cool picture.


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Feb 23, 2017 16:48 |  #5

Interesting shot! Maybe a little less texture on the leg would help?..


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Feb 23, 2017 19:59 |  #6

beautiful


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Mar 11, 2017 21:26 |  #7

I find it a bit odd. The skin on the leg doesn't seem too attractive, and it's a posture I'd expect from someone dying to reach a restroom.


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Mar 18, 2017 18:23 |  #8

Search for a lightroom preset called movie look Wonka (not one just called Wonka)and use it. It will smooth the skin. Then use the detail extractor in Colour FX to replace other details. Works well.


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Mar 19, 2017 17:42 |  #9

Colin Glover wrote in post #18304577 (external link)
Search for a lightroom preset called movie look Wonka (not one just called Wonka)and use it. It will smooth the skin. Then use the detail extractor in Colour FX to replace other details. Works well.

I did a search Colin and the only result that google found was your post. Do you know where I could find it?


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