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Aug 30, 2007 14:57 |  #1

a formal shot from a wedding last week

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Aug 30, 2007 14:59 |  #2

seems a bit muddy to me. i like moms laugh but not the guy on the lefts hand over face.


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Aug 30, 2007 15:01 |  #3

muddy?

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Aug 30, 2007 15:02 |  #4

It's funny, but is in dire need of contrast.


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Aug 30, 2007 15:09 as a reply to  @ picturecrazy's post |  #5

is this better

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Aug 30, 2007 15:14 |  #6

Did they know you were pushing the trigger of did you just trigger? I find it funny and yet probably a photo that they will end up loving as time goes by. THE TRUE FAMILY!




  
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Aug 30, 2007 15:15 |  #7

Looks like some of the people aren't paying much attention to the shot...grandma laughing is priceless...but I doesn't have a formal look to it.

+1 on more contrast.


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Aug 30, 2007 15:17 |  #8

I hope that they just weren't ready for the shot and you took the picture. I think it's hilarious! You know that every time they look at this picture, they cry laughing. :-) Nice capture.


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Aug 30, 2007 15:23 |  #9

Sorry that is a mess....
Bloke picking nose
Women attending to baby
Father with a face like thunder
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Mum in hysterics....


Other than that pretty good ;)


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Aug 30, 2007 15:38 |  #10

Oh, man, that is great! Typical disfunctional family! :D I love it!

I hope they buy a bunch of these... If it were my wedding, I know *I* would!


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Aug 30, 2007 15:49 |  #11

must edit the title, when i say fomal shot it was just to get attention. i have formal shots but i like to capture pictures like this as it gives a true feeling to the picture. thanks for your posts

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Aug 30, 2007 15:50 as a reply to  @ Aldwyn's post |  #12

must edit the title, when i say fomal shot it was just to get attention. i have formal shots but i like to capture pictures like this as it gives a true feeling to the picture. thanks for your posts

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Aug 30, 2007 17:24 |  #13

LOVE IT LOVE IT KEEP CLICKING




  
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Aug 30, 2007 18:21 |  #14

Probably the most entertaining formal I've seen here .. looks like you caught the group while the main was setting the shot up.

They may enjoy this one better than his.


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Aug 31, 2007 00:12 |  #15

i was the main photographer, i just stood aside while other people got there shots. although it was for free as they are the wifes relations.




  
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