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Dec 26, 2015 11:59 |  #91

Your photos are truly amazing! What an artist. You have inspired me to be a better photographer.


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Dec 26, 2015 13:50 |  #92

Thank you,
Yes I use mostly 35 and 85 because using zoom lens gives me too much possibilities, I cannot decide which focal lenght should I use in particulary moment. Primes gives me borders so this is easier to catch the moment if you don't have to bother about the perspective. I think only to place situation in a wide (35) or narrow (85) frame. Using the same perspectives for years also gave me thinking and seeing by this focal lenghts, so it's easier to keep the right distance to the subjects (bride, etc.)
Anyway, thank you for your appreciation :)
And let's bring something new :)

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Dec 26, 2015 17:26 |  #93

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I love this photo! Emotion captured, and some magic added by b&w PP.


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Dec 26, 2015 18:24 |  #94

malachowski wrote in post #17833069 (external link)
Thank you,
Yes I use mostly 35 and 85 because using zoom lens gives me too much possibilities, I cannot decide which focal lenght should I use in particulary moment. Primes gives me borders so this is easier to catch the moment if you don't have to bother about the perspective. I think only to place situation in a wide (35) or narrow (85) frame. Using the same perspectives for years also gave me thinking and seeing by this focal lenghts, so it's easier to keep the right distance to the subjects (bride, etc.)

That is a fantastic way of putting it, I have been frustrated for years trying to decide on perspectives and framing during shoots.

You've inspired me to consider ditching my long-loved 24-70mm and maybe look at the Sigma ART 35 and Nikon 85mm. :-)

Keep up the amazing work, can't wait to see more!


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Dec 27, 2015 06:06 |  #95

Earlier I often wanted to have all shots from every possible angle, I was focused on finding "the most unusual perspecitve" so I was loosing the essence. Getting rid of most of my lenses helped me to just do the job - and the job is to catch not to complicate :)


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Dec 27, 2015 07:49 |  #96

Again Great photos! Thanks!!


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Dec 27, 2015 08:07 |  #97

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thank you very much for opinions, whatever "OP" means :))

"OP" = "Original Poster" which would be you.




  
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Dec 31, 2015 11:56 |  #98

So vibrant and beautiful!

The last one in the very first set really confused me until I found the B and G. I like the idea of it but my eyes aren't drawn to them as a subject.

Just throwing it out there... what if you under exposed the background and lit them spotlight style with a off camera light? That way they are the brightest thing in the photo and you still get the sense the party if going on in the background... hmmm I might use that sometime


But seriously your images are an inspiration


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Jan 25, 2016 14:35 |  #99

Great work. Pozdrowienia z Kanady.


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Feb 07, 2016 21:43 |  #100

Beautiful sets!. Hard to pick a favorite. Hope I'll be bold enough to leave home with a 35mm and 85mm lens and be confident I won't need any other lens.




  
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Feb 09, 2016 06:27 as a reply to  @ DThriller's post |  #101

where's waldo?




  
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Feb 09, 2016 21:49 |  #102

Inspiring stuff man. Love your work.


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Feb 27, 2016 18:42 |  #103

Amazing shots man! I can only dream of these pics!




  
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Feb 27, 2016 20:07 |  #104

Phenomenal, amazing collection. Every set is absolutely fantastic. I definitely bookmarked your page for inspiration.

I couldn't help but notice that the rings go on the right hand (at least in the sets I looked at)--is that a Polish thing exclusively or is does it happen in other places too?


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Mar 02, 2016 15:35 |  #105

Amazing work! You're like my new favorite wedding photographer. Going through your blog right now. :-)


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