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Nov 06, 2012 00:32 |  #1

Here are a few from a recent bridal session I did. C&C welcome!

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Nov 06, 2012 00:47 |  #2

This was my first bridal session, BTW! What could I have done better?


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Nov 06, 2012 07:26 |  #3

I think you did a nice job overall - The tilt in #1 bothers me, I wish #2 wasn't cropped the way it was (maybe even crop it tighter.. it looks accidental) and #3 is nice. Your exposure is great and what a pretty bride.


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Nov 06, 2012 08:09 as a reply to  @ auroraskye's post |  #4

On my phone Theys are spectacular looking ....

Have to agree with the out of plumb vertical lines in one, two it looks like the wall she is sitting on runs a little downhill as well....

To little nits that are easily rectified ....

Good job otherwise!




  
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Nov 10, 2012 23:59 |  #5

I say #3 is sliiiightly underexposed. If you had OCF with umbrella/softbox, woulda been great to make her pop out from the background. But for now, she doesn't stand out enough. great job overall


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Nov 12, 2012 00:19 |  #6

auroraskye wrote in post #15213233 (external link)
I think you did a nice job overall - The tilt in #1 bothers me, I wish #2 wasn't cropped the way it was (maybe even crop it tighter.. it looks accidental) and #3 is nice. Your exposure is great and what a pretty bride.

Yea, the tilt in # bothered in me too! Thanks for the kind words!

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On my phone Theys are spectacular looking ....

Have to agree with the out of plumb vertical lines in one, two it looks like the wall she is sitting on runs a little downhill as well....

To little nits that are easily rectified ....

Good job otherwise!

Thanks! I see that in #3 now - thanks for pointing it out!

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I say #3 is sliiiightly underexposed. If you had OCF with umbrella/softbox, woulda been great to make her pop out from the background. But for now, she doesn't stand out enough. great job overall

Thanks for the comment! My style is all about natural light - I actually never use fill flash outside. I do undertand what you are saying though! I just prefer all natural light!


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