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Removing Pole from Wedding Scene

 
whirligig
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Aug 27, 2010 22:36 |  #16

KenVP wrote in post #10802995 (external link)
And by no means any disrespect but for a wedding photographer why would you even take this shot, the pole clearly is in the frame? I would have thought who ever would have moved and reframed the shot.

this is what the shot looked like in front of the pole:

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Aug 27, 2010 22:41 |  #17

focus.pocus wrote in post #10803677 (external link)
could you not see the pole thru the view finder???

ugggghhhh. i obviously could see the pole in the viewfinder... i just couldn't get that specific shot of all of them because of how many poles were on that damn tent! i got shots of all of them from the front, but i couldn't get that specific shot from the back without the pole in it!

i don't know if it's evident from the picture, but the pole is actually being surrounded by the ladies in the picture, so the bridesmaids in the foreground are actually standing in front of the pole, while everyone else is behind the pole.

anyway, i'm over the picture, i realized that it's fairly drab compared to the other pictures, and i have lost any interest in it.

that, and i finally realized (with the help of other potn members) that there is a pole right in the middle of the picture.

thanks for all of the help, guys! :D




  
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Aug 27, 2010 22:43 as a reply to  @ whirligig's post |  #18

Hire a matte painter to paint it out.


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