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Oct 22, 2015 19:17 |  #1

Just got to importing my photos from saturdays wedding i was a second shooter for and instantly loved these two so i figures i would show them.

please let me know what you guys and gals think


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Oct 23, 2015 15:47 |  #2

Usually I don't point the couple towards the sun. You got a bit a squinting going on but not terrible. It's kinda a rule not to crop at an elbow so I'm not crazy about the framing of #1. Besides that nice pose and overall they will look good in you portfolio


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Oct 23, 2015 17:51 |  #3

WOW that is really bight...They look over exposed on my screen.


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Oct 23, 2015 21:25 |  #4

They seem a little overexposed to me as well, but understandable considering the tough shooting conditions.

Can probably fix them a little in post...




  
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Oct 23, 2015 23:01 |  #5

Don't care for the downhill lean of #2.




  
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Oct 24, 2015 08:12 |  #6

Like the 2nd one quiet a bit.
Really don't like the crop on 1st one, otherwise it has really great background!


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Oct 24, 2015 08:46 |  #7

Bring the brightness down about 1/3 stop, they are a little hot.

#1 is kind of a strange crop. Doesn't work for me.


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Oct 26, 2015 07:50 |  #8

Not a fan of the crop on 1 (same as most everyone else).

Love 2, but wish the highlights were brought down a bit....and it was leveled. Love the pose and expressions though.


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Oct 26, 2015 20:24 |  #9

Thank you everyone, i have to go through more and see if i have a better crop of 1 and i am going to bring down the exposure on number 2 by 1/3 stop or many a little more and think itwill be nice


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Oct 26, 2015 21:07 |  #10

Number one also accentuates the ill-fitting nature of her dress in the bust area... women notice things like that.


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Oct 29, 2015 01:34 |  #11

These are good, to stop the squinting though just need to move them so they aren't facing the sun so much. May make it a more relaxed photo!


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Dec 23, 2015 00:41 |  #12

Great Job..Great Colors too!


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