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My wedding in Poland :)

 
Mareckik
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May 13, 2014 15:08 |  #1

I wanted to share with you my last wedding, first in this year, third overall in my career

That weeding I think was most difficult to shot for me
1 couple hates photographers
2 we had only 10/15 min between heavy rain to find location, when we drove from ceremony to wedding party place/reception
3 weeding party place was realy dark and it was impossible to bounce flash from something.
I used this time flashbender, next time to place like this I will take assistant :) with off camera softbox

Like always, please share your thoghts.
Best Regards

More shots in gallery

http://mkstudio.smugmu​g.com …Piotrek-Portfolio/n-NRm7c (external link)

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AZFiLM
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May 13, 2014 16:17 |  #2

Loving the photo of the cake and the dancing at the reception. I love shooting into a strobe =)




  
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May 13, 2014 18:31 |  #3

i like the pics but most have an off horizon line. I think its too much gives the viewer vertigo. I think some are ok but most is overwhelming


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May 14, 2014 23:15 as a reply to  @ Pixil Studio's post |  #4

I agree that some of the shots have way too much tilt going on. The photos look good, but your composition is a bit random.


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Mareckik
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May 15, 2014 04:47 |  #5

Hi. Yeah, you all have right. In such a small package it can look like that tilt is everywhere ;)
Thanks guys for comments, and mostly critique. I'm stil on learning curve, so I appreciate.
I choose this forum to share my pictures, cause I can receive feedback from guys like you.

Thanks and Best Regards


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May 15, 2014 05:31 |  #6

Wow ! Awesome picture uploaded by you ! And you had very stylish wedding clothes..Congrats to you ! Best of luck for you future !


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HappySnapper90
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May 17, 2014 21:41 |  #7

I agree that it looks like your equilibrium was off having so many photos so rotated. And it appears you tried to fix some very over exposed hot faces on faces that were taken in direct sunlight.




  
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Mareckik
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May 18, 2014 04:23 |  #8

Believe or not, I tilt my camera with purpose :) On my smugmug you can find lots of not tilted pictures, so I'm not tilt everything, everywere
I did not have to change or fixed exposure on any picture. I use spot metering (when I'm not use manual mode) and I expose for the faces, so my exposure on face is pretty correct. Yes, pictures are bright generally, but it because we had light like this on location. I had take off the Highlights mainly from backgroud.

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