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Mar 04, 2007 06:17 |  #1

This couple was tons of fun. The bridal party was absolutely the funnest ever. I've been trying lots of new angles - not sure how I feel about them. CC welcome and appreciated.
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Mar 04, 2007 07:48 |  #2

Very solid work. My only critique would be that you lost a lot of blacks in #3, probably the result of that action. ...something thats easy to do to much of.


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Mar 04, 2007 13:01 |  #3

I really love #1 & #8...


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Mar 04, 2007 13:05 |  #4

Thanks for the comments guys! I know I may have went overboard with #3 but I love the softness of it :)


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Mar 04, 2007 13:42 |  #5

Beautiful shots! How did you achieve that effect in #3? I don't think you went overboard at all.


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Mar 04, 2007 13:46 |  #6

Thanks... Good old midnight sepia. I hardly ever use this action without converting to black and white first but for some shots I think it really works nicely. I liked it in this one because you can't see their faces so I don't mind losing detail in the rest of the shot.


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Mar 04, 2007 20:59 |  #7

hi i was wondering what program you use to do midnight sepia, is it photoshop cs2? Thanks - April


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Mar 04, 2007 21:07 |  #8

Just photoshop cs. You have to download it (for free). I forget the exact site I got it from. Can anyone help me here?


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Mar 05, 2007 13:15 |  #9

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Mar 05, 2007 13:20 |  #10

wow! these are all gorgeous!


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Mar 05, 2007 13:46 |  #11

Fabulous job, looks professional, especially #1, very cute!


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Mar 05, 2007 14:15 |  #12

Thanks guys for the comments - it always helps to have a cute couple that is so in love :)


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Mar 05, 2007 17:48 as a reply to islandphoto's post |  #13

Did you use the omni bounce diffuser on the shots?


I dont' see any shadows.


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Mar 05, 2007 18:20 |  #14

LOVE the midnight sepia. The action is perfect for that shot!




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Mar 06, 2007 02:39 |  #15

Thanks again for looking and commenting. I didn't use a diffuser - I never do outside anymore - I heard it doesn't help but it only drains the batteries in your flash (I may not know what the heck I'm talking about) but it makes sense to me because your flash needs to work extra hard to fill in the shadows when a diffuser is diffusing the light.

Midnight sepia is such a nice tool when used on the right type of photo isn't it? I think it makes a normal photo look dreamy.


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