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Feedback please... (I'm not a pro.. just starting :))

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Help me out with editing too please.. feel free to snatch the pictures and give me pointers how to edit.

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very nice, you might want to play with skin tone in 3.

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rick_reno wrote in post #12697400external link
very nice, you might want to play with skin tone in 3.

Like make it more warmer color? or? just adjust the hue?

Thanks :)

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destri wrote in post #12697638external link
Like make it more warmer color? or? just adjust the hue?

Thanks :)

this is my quick hack at it I increase saturation adjusted the WB played a bit with the curves to me it gives it a more natural color to in in your original file i looked like it had a yellow shade to it

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They all look at least a little soft to me. Im guessing that is due to compression?

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White balance is way off on first and last.

Agreed about them looking soft.

#1: Not sure what you were tying to go for. Looks like she's looking at someone off to the side and her hand/arm is cut off. There's something also on the floor of the tub.

#2: Decent shot.

#3: Weird angle. Part of the chair is distracting. Hot spot from a secondary light source towards the upper left. (?)

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SUB1IM388 wrote in post #12698661external link
this is my quick hack at it I increase saturation adjusted the WB played a bit with the curves to me it gives it a more natural color to in in your original file i looked like it had a yellow shade to it

ooooo... ok.. I will try that.. I haven't really edit the file.. this is the original out of the camera.. I just want to see how I should edit this. Some people like it soft color.. some people like the nice color contrast.

Yeah the room has fluorescent lighting..

Thanks and I agree look more natural...

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nicksan wrote in post #12698948external link
White balance is way off on first and last.

Agreed about them looking soft.

#1: Not sure what you were tying to go for. Looks like she's looking at someone off to the side and her hand/arm is cut off. There's something also on the floor of the tub.

#2: Decent shot.

#3: Weird angle. Part of the chair is distracting. Hot spot from a secondary light source towards the upper left. (?)

I thought wedding photos need to be soft? or is it just depending on the photographer style how to edit them? I'ms till unsure about this..

#1: is it the rug distracting? I can remove the rug perhaps.. I just thought the tub looks unique and the bride up for laying on it :D

#2: Thanks :D

#3: this is when her bestfriend giving her backrub before the ceremony start, I just thought they look so cute.. :D I'm still practicing and need more guidance using external flash.. i think that's what happened.. or that might be the light from the window too? I'm pretty sure I bounce it 45 degree to the wall..

anyway you think I should crop the top of the chair? lemme try and see what it's look like.

Thanks Nicksan.

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Red Tie Photography wrote in post #12698708external link
They all look at least a little soft to me. Im guessing that is due to compression?

Is it because I haven't edit it? and need guidance from the pro.. you guys :)

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nicksan wrote in post #12698948external link
Part of the chair is distracting

maybe like this? (don't bother the cropped logo on the top right) :D

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Do you still have the RAW files? Edit those and then process.

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destri wrote in post #12699697external link
I thought wedding photos need to be soft? or is it just depending on the photographer style how to edit them? I'ms till unsure about this..
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You can always soften sharp photos in post. You cant make soft focused shots sharper in post. Make the clearest images you can and then alter at will.

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ultimachi wrote in post #12699939external link
Do you still have the RAW files? Edit those and then process.

yes I do .. I will once I get home :) 4th of july vacation :D

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I do not get why she is in the bathtub ... and do you have any other pictures? I'm curious to see more of the set.

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emelvee wrote in post #12700055external link
I do not get why she is in the bathtub ... and do you have any other pictures? I'm curious to see more of the set.

I've seen bathtub shots executed to perfection. It can be interesting if it's done right.

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