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First engagement shoot, forgot a 622c at home! How did i do?

 
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So I had my first engagement session last week and while it looked like the rain was not going to stop, it actually let up as soon as I arrived. I was setting up when I suddenly realized that one of my 622c's was at home because my daughter was looking at it and i forgot to repack it before leaving. So I suddenly switched to natural light. Even though i wanted some nice off camera lighting I tried to work with what I had...

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Jun 07, 2015 18:50 |  #2

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Jun 07, 2015 18:54 |  #3

In the 4th one, I know you're focused on the ring, but her face being out of focus is distracting. In #6, the negative space is behind them. Generally you want them facing the negative space. Overall pretty good.


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Jun 08, 2015 09:33 |  #4

I agree with elrey. Also, the hand positioning in 5 is really awkward. Almost looks like they were putting their arms around eachother and you caught the moment on the way.


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Jun 08, 2015 09:56 as a reply to  @ midgeman's post |  #5

Midgeman, thank you, I see that.. I think I was looking the whole "rule of thirds" and liked the composition, but didnt see the overall, thanks! I have other shots of that pose... :)




  
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