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Feb 20, 2013 17:59 |  #1

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Feb 20, 2013 21:58 |  #2

I like #1, it has a classic look to it - reminds me a little of that photo of the sailor kissing his lady in NYC. #2 is a bit too tilty for my taste, but otherwise looks fine. If your other photos from the wedding have good exposure and focus like these do, I'd be very happy with them for first wedding images.


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Feb 21, 2013 08:05 |  #3

#1 is good and #2 would have been great without the tilt and you also cut off his left foot.


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Feb 21, 2013 15:49 |  #4

1-like it--maybe is a bit tight.
2-I don't see the aesthetic purpose to the tilt. Also, theirs a rolled up pantyhose (?) in the foreground.



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Feb 22, 2013 07:50 |  #5

I like #1, but watch your settings + lighting! It's very dark in the foreground, and completely over exposed in the back.

The lighting in #2 is better, but watch your angels. The one you have now is a little jarring. You can still be creative without using these kinds of angels.

Good work!


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Feb 22, 2013 17:10 |  #6

The first one is ok. Your eyes go right to the left corner of the frame. I would have gone tight on this one.
Not digging the tilt on #2


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Feb 25, 2013 13:14 |  #7

I like them good job for your first time.


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Feb 26, 2013 04:36 |  #8

JP great job for being your first time =)


#1 great pose & positioning & black/white tonal range.

Did you pose them in the middle of the street????


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Feb 26, 2013 23:22 |  #9

Good job. I like #1.

I agree. Don't tilt unless it really improves the shot.


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Feb 27, 2013 21:44 |  #10

1. Nice shot, maybe a little tight but very nice for first wedding
2. What the heck is that teal colored thingie, a fire hose?


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