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Old 21st of May 2008 (Wed)   #1
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Beautiful wedding, rainy day with a few surprises!
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Old 21st of May 2008 (Wed)   #2
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Old 21st of May 2008 (Wed)   #3
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Great stuff!!

The rainbow is really wonderful. I hope it's an omen for the happy couple.
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They really thought it was, it was awesome, it was like they were all alone in a crowd!

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Nice job Lisa.

The shoe shot is really cute!

A rainbow....how wonderful is that!

You really showed your creative side with these.
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Ooo! A rainbow - nice

The shoe shot is just lovely simplicity.

The PP in #3 doesn't really work for me, I like the image, though.
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Old 22nd of May 2008 (Thu)   #8
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Here's my take -

#1 - Good shot. Like the rainbow
#2 - Too centered for me. Just looks like shoes on the floor
#3 - Not sure about this one. I'm not fond of the pose; maybe cropped differently and could see tha brides face too would make it a better shot.
#4 - Too blurred for me and don't like the background. Maybe you were going for the blurred look but would like to see faces of at least the bride??
#5 - Good shot. Maybe a bit too centered but I like what you were going for here.
#6 - Looks a little OOF but I like this type of group shot

Again, just my opinion. Keep trying.
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Old 22nd of May 2008 (Thu)   #9
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Thanks everyone....Kathy H tells me I should show "sneak" this shot in here, so I am! (she will love that I used her name also)
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I like that last shot. The sky looks beautiful. Perhaps you could clone out that box on the ground in front of them to make it even better. But nice shot! Is it just me, or what is that funny outline at the top of the treees near the rainbow in the first shot? It makes the background look fake to me...
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Thanks everyone....Kathy H tells me I should show "sneak" this shot in here, so I am! (she will love that I used her name also)
Kathy who?

I see why she liked it. Very nice.
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I like these. They are very good. The first is my favorite. The trees on the left look a bit over processed or something. And, maybe the bricks on the left could be cropped.

I also really like the one of them dancing in the rain. This is one of those that seems to capture the moment.

The last one are great also. Not crazy about the guys pose, but the composition is nice. Also, that and the one before were shot at ISO 1600. Was that by choice?
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The borders of the trees and the building in the first shot, where they meet the sky, look like they were heavily processed, or this a lens/camera problem?
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I like that last shot. The sky looks beautiful. Perhaps you could clone out that box on the ground in front of them to make it even better. But nice shot! Is it just me, or what is that funny outline at the top of the treees near the rainbow in the first shot? It makes the background look fake to me...
I do see that line...I'll have to check on that.

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I like these. They are very good. The first is my favorite. The trees on the left look a bit over processed or something. And, maybe the bricks on the left could be cropped.

I also really like the one of them dancing in the rain. This is one of those that seems to capture the moment.

The last one are great also. Not crazy about the guys pose, but the composition is nice. Also, that and the one before were shot at ISO 1600. Was that by choice?
no the ISO was an accident, I had run from inside to out to capture it. I did not have time to think.

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