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cableguy619
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Aug 10, 2012 21:32 |  #1

I wasn't shooting the even't but spectating as a guest. Plus the photographers were always in my way, lol but I respected their work area and still had fun. I just happen to have known the bride since she was a baby and love photographin their growing family. She married a great young man and so proud of both of them. You could honestly see young love at it's best last yesterday.

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Aug 11, 2012 02:04 |  #2

very nice set




  
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Aug 11, 2012 21:40 |  #3

Gorgeous location. I will say there is not a woman alive who would like photo #2.. very unflattering to the bride. I hope you don't show it to her. I do like the black and white of the kids walking, that's cute. The last one also has some interest except for the real photographer being in it.


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Aug 11, 2012 21:45 |  #4

was thinking the same about photo #2 ...make that disappear before she sees it .. it won't be her it the guy how took it that made it look bad . fugg get abou it




  
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Aug 11, 2012 22:06 |  #5

auroraskye wrote in post #14846334 (external link)
Gorgeous location. I will say there is not a woman alive who would like photo #2.. very unflattering to the bride. I hope you don't show it to her. I do like the black and white of the kids walking, that's cute. The last one also has some interest except for the real photographer being in it.

ummm SHE LOVED IT.. Because at that moment and time they were being hip I guess you would say and dancing and smiling together. She is my niece... Like they say to each is their own, but you would have had to be there to understand what they were doing at the time :).....

Crap didnt notice I uploaded the wrong one. I Photoshoped her out on the one I meant to sent to flickr..ahhh

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was thinking the same about photo #2 ...make that disappear before she sees it .. it won't be her it the guy how took it that made it look bad . fugg get abou it


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Aug 12, 2012 10:41 |  #6

ummm just because the client loved it doesnt mean it a good pic

and i always think that the ocean horizon should be dead level otherwise its a river


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Aug 12, 2012 11:13 |  #7

Like 4 and 5, good job Travis, your really giving that new camera a workout!!


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Aug 12, 2012 14:37 as a reply to  @ Jomax's post |  #8

Admiral Baker Club?

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Aug 12, 2012 15:09 |  #9

Well I admire her confidence then. I wouldn't ever show something like that to someone without doing a little touch up. I always rather err on the side of being sensitive to someone's self perception than be wrong.


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Aug 12, 2012 15:26 |  #10

Pixil Studio wrote in post #14848159 (external link)
ummm just because the client loved it doesnt mean it a good pic

and i always think that the ocean horizon should be dead level otherwise its a river

Point taken, but at the moment it was a fun pic to capture and leave it as is.

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Like 4 and 5, good job Travis, your really giving that new camera a workout!!

Thanks...

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Admiral Baker Club?

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Yes sir

auroraskye wrote in post #14849021 (external link)
Well I admire her confidence then. I wouldn't ever show something like that to someone without doing a little touch up. I always rather err on the side of being sensitive to someone's self perception than be wrong.

Funny i know what you are referring to, but why alter the moment She is quiet confident in the person she is. She is a big girl and has nothing to hide.

Being sensitive to someone who is confident in the person they are is a direct insult to them.

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Aug 12, 2012 15:41 |  #11

These are what they are. Some shots taken by a guest. So people aren't looking at the camera, etc, and I agree about #2 not being flattering.

That said, I think #5 and #6 are nice. I especially like the lighting on #6.

And while I agree that the fact that the client is happy is ultimately what is important, if you use that as your only gauge, you will never improve.




  
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Aug 25, 2012 20:57 |  #12

Dan Knowlton wrote in post #14848910 (external link)
Admiral Baker Club?
cableguy619 wrote in post #14849088 (external link)
Yes sir

I'm pretty sure that's the Admiral Kidd Club. The Admiral Baker Club is a golf club off the 15 and Friars Road.


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Aug 25, 2012 22:08 |  #13

nicksan wrote in post #14849171 (external link)
These are what they are. Some shots taken by a guest. So people aren't looking at the camera, etc, and I agree about #2 not being flattering.

That said, I think #5 and #6 are nice. I especially like the lighting on #6.

And while I agree that the fact that the client is happy is ultimately what is important, if you use that as your only gauge, you will never improve.

Very well said.


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