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May 03, 2011 07:31 |  #1

Hope you enjoy :D

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May 03, 2011 13:33 |  #2

love it, but then Im quite a fan of your work
what a creative couple too, they have some serious style!




  
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May 03, 2011 13:45 |  #3

Awesome shot, you British people are so cool!


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May 03, 2011 13:58 |  #4

Wow, soo many pictures! But I love how much you paid attention to the details, EVERY bride loves that. Amazing work there friend! :D




  
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May 03, 2011 15:23 |  #5

You are my new inspiration! Loved, loved, loved all the pictures!




  
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May 03, 2011 15:38 |  #6

Very nice pictures. Edit is clean and cool.


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May 03, 2011 15:40 |  #7

Are some of the shots with a tilt-shift?


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May 03, 2011 17:39 |  #8

jcu809 wrote in post #12341148 (external link)
Are some of the shots with a tilt-shift?

Yes some with the 45mm t/s and some with 24t/s

Thanks for all the kind words everyone


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May 03, 2011 17:47 |  #9

wow great shots. I really liked the bride and children shots. Whos idea was the wedding dress in the tree shot? How did you get it up there?


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May 04, 2011 03:26 |  #10

Thanks. It was my idea. I like to get dress outside in dry weather for dress shot.

It was a well of ivy and I climbed on a chair and hung it on a branch :)


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May 04, 2011 14:43 |  #11

I loved most of the photos. You are skilled at using your camera. However, I felt that there were too many "random" photos. Some you may call them details, but some just look like you accidentally took a photo when your camera wasn't up to your eye. When I visited your blog post, I found myself rapidly skimming through the photos looking for something with more inspiration and depth. I found it more in your outdoor couple photos, like when they are in the forest. Those are beautiful shots! It's just a shame I had to scroll through 50+ other photos that were not as interesting to get to it. Take it or leave it, but my recommendation would be to post no more than 20-30 images in a blog post. For me, a blog is meant to highlight, not to retell the whole story. I'm sure you have some sort of online proofing for the bride, groom, and guests so they can view all the photos there.


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May 04, 2011 17:06 |  #12

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I loved most of the photos. You are skilled at using your camera. However, I felt that there were too many "random" photos. Some you may call them details, but some just look like you accidentally took a photo when your camera wasn't up to your eye. When I visited your blog post, I found myself rapidly skimming through the photos looking for something with more inspiration and depth. I found it more in your outdoor couple photos, like when they are in the forest. Those are beautiful shots! It's just a shame I had to scroll through 50+ other photos that were not as interesting to get to it. Take it or leave it, but my recommendation would be to post no more than 20-30 images in a blog post. For me, a blog is meant to highlight, not to retell the whole story. I'm sure you have some sort of online proofing for the bride, groom, and guests so they can view all the photos there.



Thanks for your input. My portfolio is the best of. My blog is to show how I tell each wedding story in full so that couples can see what to expect from their wedding album.

Some do it differently, but this is how I use my blog. It never puts clients of there being so Many. Only helps them make their decision. A weddig isn't just about portraits.


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May 04, 2011 17:50 |  #13

Vermin87 wrote in post #12347387 (external link)
I loved most of the photos. You are skilled at using your camera. However, I felt that there were too many "random" photos. Some you may call them details, but some just look like you accidentally took a photo when your camera wasn't up to your eye. When I visited your blog post, I found myself rapidly skimming through the photos looking for something with more inspiration and depth. I found it more in your outdoor couple photos, like when they are in the forest. Those are beautiful shots! It's just a shame I had to scroll through 50+ other photos that were not as interesting to get to it. Take it or leave it, but my recommendation would be to post no more than 20-30 images in a blog post. For me, a blog is meant to highlight, not to retell the whole story. I'm sure you have some sort of online proofing for the bride, groom, and guests so they can view all the photos there.

Afraid I have to disagree with you here. I love the way the blog is set out and the wealth of photo's on there. Can't say I saw any 'random' photo's - they all helped to tell the story for me. Great job Tobiah.

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May 04, 2011 23:56 |  #14

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Afraid I have to disagree with you here. I love the way the blog is set out and the wealth of photo's on there. Can't say I saw any 'random' photo's - they all helped to tell the story for me. Great job Tobiah.

David

@Tobiah, I think you did a great job too, if that wasn't clear.

@David, No need to be afraid! We're all entitled to our opinions and suggestions.
Here is one in particular that stood out to me as "random", and I thought the trees in the beginning were a little much:


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May 05, 2011 12:15 |  #15

Vermin87 wrote in post #12350271 (external link)
@Tobiah, I think you did a great job too, if that wasn't clear.

@David, No need to be afraid! We're all entitled to our opinions and suggestions.
Here is one in particular that stood out to me as "random", and I thought the trees in the beginning were a little much:

Thanks :D I don't get easily offended. sorry if my reply seemed a bit short I was probably very tired. (im getting married next week myself and have had v little sleep!!!)

I really like that shot personally. but some would say its an outtake...
Recently i've been browsing a lot of great photogs websites for inspiration and ive noticed sometimes an interesting shot isnt in the obvious...

that shot to me is kind of a detail/art/action shot in that it shows the groom talking to best man, shows the shoes they wore and also the trousers they had in 1 fowl swoop...

maybe im looking too deep into it :)

I just love the way the light is caught on trousers also :D


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