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Old 29th of May 2006 (Mon)   #1
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Havent posted many photos here yet - so thought I should get underway. this was my first attempt at weddings with my friend Yvette. Thought this photo captured just how beautiful she looked All natural light with a black backdrop

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Great looking shot, well done
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Old 29th of May 2006 (Mon)   #3
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Ok...very pretty girl. The pose makes her look naked..we keep looking down for some reason. Have her sit up straight..slouching is bad for portraits. She's short-lit..which is good, cross-camera.
She doesn't look like a bride though..more like a glamour shot. And there's something wrong with the back ground on top of her head, and to our right some.
Take more...with the wedding dress visible.
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Ah well.. it wasnt really for the purpose of a portrait - her dress was very low cut... FYI she wasnt slouching was prob just the angle I was on .. I had to black out the background a bit so that is what you see at the top of her head.. Like I said this was my first attempt and I really had no idea what I was doing.. lol . I've got tonnes more that were taken

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