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Tell me what you all think. It's my first time doing a "sit and pose" type shoot. I think they turned out alright. Here are a few shots.

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Post #1, Jan 10, 2006 20:44:57


20D and stuff... ;)
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Here's some more.

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Post #2, Jan 10, 2006 20:46:19


20D and stuff... ;)
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Really nice. I like the composition and the B&W.

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Awesome, I am about to get engaged in 2 weeks...  :o)

I'm excited for you!! Great pics!

Post #4, Jan 10, 2006 21:36:34


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Fantastic captures...I like the conversions as well..

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Nice job with these! I like the skin tones in the picture with the rings.

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Great pictures!

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graet job with these. though i think the groom to be would be beaten silly by his male friends for that last shot. lol the first 3 are excellent.

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Very nice!
I really like the duotone tone and colour. Perfect! Well thought out for your first.

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thank you all for your kind words! I'm more of a photojournalist, so trying to pose people and 'plan' images was a little awkward at first, but I think they turned out pretty nice.

Post #10, Jan 11, 2006 01:07:03 as a reply to RAitch's post 1 hour earlier.


20D and stuff... ;)
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The last one is the best one...They might really like selective colouring on the pic that only includes their rings...

Cheers,

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Really love these...especially the first 2...so natural...its great. I think ur goin in the right direction. Filter effect is great too. ;)

Post #12, Jan 11, 2006 06:25:48 as a reply to symes's post 4 hours earlier.


Vision, cognition and an optical mouse!!! :D

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I like the first shot. Their bodies look a bit awkard in the second shot. Even though the groom will be laughed at, he looks very happy!

Stacie

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beautiful !!!

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Great series. I'm sure they will be happy with the set if the rest are as good.

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