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Post edited 7 months ago by cubatahavana. (4 edits in all)
I'm too sexy for my lens
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DThriller wrote in post #18438728
Nice job catching the mirror in the first shot. Did you set that up or was it candid?
The ring like kills me in the 2nd one. Let me guess the makeup artist brought it to take her pic with
No.1 100% candid. No 2, the MUA brought it for lighting her face during makeup, I guess.
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Post edited 4 months ago by Point-n-shoot-n.
These look great! You had a nice big window In the background....did you take any natural window light photos using only this light source? I recently did a wedding where the bride had her makeup and hair done near a large window and the natural light photos were the best shots I got!
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Oct 29, 2017 13:07 as a reply to @ Point-n-shoot-n's post |
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Solid stuff. The last post - I would recommend stepping away and trying to be physically further away from the bride. It feels too crowded. Otherwise, well done!