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Sep 23, 2011 22:53 |  #1

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Sep 24, 2011 09:46 |  #2

awesome job!


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Sep 24, 2011 12:39 |  #3

Here is my take on them:

1a: looks a tiny bit cool when compared to the photo on the right.
1b: I think this is a nice shot, but quite a bit of headroom, which isnt that bad, buy you cut off their feet and the bottom of the dress. I also think she has too much in her hands, with the shoes and the bouquet, I would have him either hold the shoes, or take them out of the shot. I also dont like her arm straight like that, I feel having it bent creates a more pleasing photo.

2: I like this - they are all the same size in regards to the frame, and they all have the same processing. Nice set.

3a: Nice shot
3b: Cut off the bottom of the dress again.

4: I dont like the different sizes of the girls here.

5: Nice set, but they seem to get smaller as they go. I like to try to keep them a consistent size.

6: Cute shot, but do I have to mention the dress again?

7a: I like it, but I wish they were embracing a bit more like in 7b

8: Nice car shot, I dont really get the story though with 8b.


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Sep 24, 2011 14:54 |  #4

These are great shots, don't worry about "cutting off the dress" that's old school stuff. Stick with your style!


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Sep 24, 2011 22:01 |  #5

Nice work! What lenses did you use?


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Sep 25, 2011 00:40 |  #6

Thanks for the comments Red-Tie :)

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Sep 25, 2011 03:04 |  #7

J.Bat wrote in post #13156493 (external link)
These are great shots, don't worry about "cutting off the dress" that's old school stuff. Stick with your style!

ummm i disagree, these brides spend 1000's on them and you do it a disservice to cut them off. and i think its poor composition. IMHO.

and i agree with red tie for the rest


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Sep 25, 2011 09:21 |  #8

Great set of pictures

I agree with Bryan about the dress

The picture of the heart in the sand. I wish there was a way to read more than just the year on it though.


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