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mental notes jotted down =D Thanks!

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Thanks for the refresher. Wedding season is nearly upon us all and we need these techniques to set us apart from the point & shooters.

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good tips, read a bit about using the FT tool in a Kelby book, helps to see it actually in use.

Post #33, Mar 12, 2007 20:04:06


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Excellent tips, these will go in my big book of tips ;)

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Jamie, great tips and great photos, you're a fantastic photographer and I'd hire you to shoot my own wedding, should that ever happen. I've added a link to this thread from the wedding forum FAQ :)

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Wow - Thanks Tim, that really means a lot! I am enjoying another month of relative quiet, but itching to get at it again!

So when are you getting married :D?

Post #36, Mar 30, 2007 08:08:04


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Very good post Jamie. Thank you very much for the pointers. The bride looks great in all of the photo's.

Post #37, Apr 05, 2007 00:00:33


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Great advice. I will share with my staff.

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Hi Jamie - this is a current issue for me and I am so pleased to have been forwarded your post by Petra.

Thanks in advance of next Saturday's wedding with my gorgeous larger lady :)

Post #39, Apr 07, 2007 14:56:33


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Good luck Gill!! This post totally rocks and should be a sticky!

Post #40, Apr 07, 2007 15:14:57


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Wow! I'm joining a bit late on this one, but what a great tutorial Jamie! Really wonderful pictures to illustrate your techniques. Thanks!:lol:

Post #41, Apr 07, 2007 15:31:00 as a reply to CyberPet's post 16 minutes earlier.


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Gill Taylor wrote in post #3001447external link
Hi Jamie - this is a current issue for me and I am so pleased to have been forwarded your post by Petra.

Thanks in advance of next Saturday's wedding with my gorgeous larger lady :)

Hey Gill - great to see you here! Best of luck on Saturday! Catch you in the HH ;)

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Thank you so much the bride is sensational and the photography awesome
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Post #43, Apr 08, 2007 06:35:18 as a reply to post 2836865




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That is some great advise with wonderful pictures to show the results of it... thank you!!

Post #44, Apr 08, 2007 06:57:24


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paul33 wrote in post #2838578external link
Maybe its just me being British but I would never dream of "re-shaping" a bride by hiding her behind the groom or shooting at such an angle that 90% of her body is missing.

I don't think being British has anything to do with it!

I understand your point of view, but don't feel that your average B&G would realise that this is what you are doing when you pose them in this way.

As a wedding photographer, your job is to make them look as good as possible while capturing the atmosphere and events of the day. If you can do this by arranging them in different ways - then that has got to be a good thing for them.

With regard to 90% of the body missing - take a look at a lot of modern / contempory portraiture and wedding images and you will frequently find that a large portion of their body (often up to half a face) is missing.

Thanks for this guide - good, honest and practical advice.

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