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Jun 27, 2013 03:33 |  #1

A couple of years ago a friend of mine got married. (More of an acquaintance).
I was asked to be the driver for the wedding.
Of course I asked if I could take my camera with me.

These are two of the shots:

IMAGE: http://jocce.se/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/101016jennymicke04-bw2.jpg

IMAGE: http://jocce.se/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/101016jennymicke52-bw2.jpg


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Jun 27, 2013 08:00 |  #2

these would be lovely without the selective colour ;)


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Jun 27, 2013 08:38 |  #3

rampanthamster wrote in post #16069258 (external link)
these would be lovely without the selective colour ;)

Would you prefer colour or B/W?


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Jun 27, 2013 15:59 as a reply to  @ Jocce's post |  #4

Nice images , but i have to say that the selective colour is long out of date now. Composition is good.


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Jun 28, 2013 12:24 |  #5

That first shot is great. I think B/W would be best suited for it.


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Jun 28, 2013 14:59 |  #6

In the end it is the couple in the picture that has to like the selective color. I'll bet they liked it just fine (especially the first one).




  
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Jul 01, 2013 00:04 |  #7

PapaGary wrote in post #16073605 (external link)
In the end it is the couple in the picture that has to like the selective color. I'll bet they liked it just fine (especially the first one).

You stole my words. The only people I ever hear complain about selective color are photogs; people in general love it. I love it, especially in these two pics.


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Jul 01, 2013 01:31 |  #8

I actually gave them the photos in both, colour, selective and b&w, the one that I know they printed is the first one, in selective colour :)


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Jul 01, 2013 09:48 |  #9

I am going against the majority because I enjoy the selective colour in photos. The first photo is very nice, but the second one I personally would have kept it b&w. Good work mate.


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Jul 01, 2013 10:00 |  #10

i dont generally like selective coloring but 1st shot is OUTSTANDING. great mood and feel for it.

2nd shot is just horrible with SC..well it was just a really bad shot in general. hard to work with at all.




  
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Jul 01, 2013 11:51 |  #11

i do agree not a fan of the selective coloring




  
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Jul 01, 2013 23:51 |  #12

I didn't mind the selective coloring in the first one. I actually thought it looked good until the guests started looking like ghosts.


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Jul 08, 2013 10:58 |  #13

Nice compositons but try to avoid fadding techniques. You, your clients and everyone else will enjoy them for longer ;-)a


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Jul 09, 2013 15:22 |  #14

Good stuff but I'd get rid of the selective colouring.


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Jul 11, 2013 07:35 |  #15

Tawcan wrote in post #16105564 (external link)
Good stuff but I'd get rid of the selective colouring.

Totally agree.


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