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Oct 30, 2010 22:41 |  #1

Here are a few shots from a wedding I shot on a local Golf Course. I was only asked to shoot for an hour total...it was for a coworker so I did a little extra :) Here a few of the edits I completed this evening.

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Oct 30, 2010 22:52 |  #2

Very nice, the last four of the series are really neat. Well done!


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Oct 30, 2010 23:31 |  #3
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1 and 3 are the worst in this series, and thats not a bad thing lol....watch out for your compositional errors like the tree growing out of the grooms head. and in 3 check out your histogram, your blacks are too blac, they seem to have lost details...

In the rest i really love your ideas, these are awesome, the vingette is a bit much for my taste in a few of them, but i still like them.

Bump up your exposure a bit and hold back a tad on the vingette and i really think you have some money shots!




  
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Oct 31, 2010 20:35 |  #4

LNJ Photography wrote in post #11196336 (external link)
1 and 3 are the worst in this series, and thats not a bad thing lol....watch out for your compositional errors like the tree growing out of the grooms head. and in 3 check out your histogram, your blacks are too blac, they seem to have lost details...

In the rest i really love your ideas, these are awesome, the vingette is a bit much for my taste in a few of them, but i still like them.

Bump up your exposure a bit and hold back a tad on the vingette and i really think you have some money shots!

Thanks for the feedback...I find myself often getting caught up in trying to get the exposure correct when on limited time and forget about background issues. I do get carried away with the vignetting sometimes...lol


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Nov 01, 2010 00:55 |  #5

All of the images are good but LNJ Photography (Louie?) is right on target with his comments. Images 2-7 are terrific and great concepts! My son and I are shooting a wedding in the next month at a local golf course. I hope to use a couple of your ideas if you don't mind. Thanks for sharing your images. Again, great concepts.


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Nov 01, 2010 02:04 |  #6

Love the composition of the 4th one! :D


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cbsvball wrote in post #11201021 (external link)
Thanks for the feedback...I find myself often getting caught up in trying to get the exposure correct when on limited time and forget about background issues. I do get carried away with the vignetting sometimes...lol

Still doing great though.....

georgebowman wrote in post #11202300 (external link)
All of the images are good but LNJ Photography (Louie?) is right on target with his comments. Images 2-7 are terrific and great concepts! My son and I are shooting a wedding in the next month at a local golf course. I hope to use a couple of your ideas if you don't mind. Thanks for sharing your images. Again, great concepts.

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Nov 01, 2010 08:43 |  #8

That is a great golf course. Some excellent views from a couple of tee boxes there.

Nice shots and very creative images at the end.




  
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