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I flew to Atlanta last weekend and shot this great couple.

I've changed the files...here is what we decided to go with.

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Post #1, Mar 09, 2008 14:35:07


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They look good. I like the first one better but in both I think you need more separation between the words and the background. More contrast between the letters and background would help. Using a brighter white might work?

Post #2, Mar 09, 2008 15:51:06


Why does everybody list their gear here? :rolleyes:
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I like the layout of number one and the photos in number 2 better. Nice job.

Post #3, Mar 09, 2008 22:51:38


Lots of cameras, lights and lenses.

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they look great!

txt should be more visible in the first one though.

Post #4, Mar 09, 2008 22:53:47


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Take out the kissing shot in #1 and make the text more visible and you have a winner.

The lighting on the swings shot in #2 isn't great, so I wouldn't be using that shot.

HTH.

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Thanks guys.......I do agree on the lighting on the image on the second one.

I put the kissing shot in the first one because they really liked it, I did struggle to find where it looked right.

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I've changed the files...here is what we decided to go with.

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IMAGE: http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m16/taygull/savedate3.jpg

Back

IMAGE: http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m16/taygull/backbl__225w.jpg

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like the idea, but www.bobandlori2008.comexternal link is not loading ;)

Post #8, Mar 18, 2008 15:10:57 as a reply to taygull's post 16 hours earlier.


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cwescapexlt4x4 wrote in post #5142061external link
like the idea, but www.bobandlori2008.comexternal link is not loading ;)

We've not set it up yet...probably in the next couple of weeks.

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I just don't know about the hands in the back pocket of each others jeans. Seems a little - hmmm - bottom grabby. Hard to pin it down, but are they folks that would do that in pubic... or do it in public and then send a photo to their friends and family? They like it I guess? Could just be me, but my two cents.

Post #10, Mar 18, 2008 21:22:33 as a reply to taygull's post 3 hours earlier.


In 1934, Yoshida succeeded in producing a prototype of the first domestically made 35mm focal-plane shutter camera. A believer of the Buddhist faith, he named it "Kwanon" after the Goddess of Mercy, and placed an advertisement for "Kwanon Cameras" in the June 1934 issue of Asahi Camera magazine. - Canon Global History Page - Current Equipment FS items http://photography-on-the.net .../showthread.php?t=1​228198

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