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Dec 22, 2017 20:20 |  #16

juliusmagno08 wrote in post #18522984 (external link)
awesome pictures. thank you for sharing!!

Some good, but the next reply opens the door for a different vote and food for thought.

elrey2375 wrote in post #18521964 (external link)
Lots of shadows in weird places in the engagement stuff. Wedding stuff is much better.

Comments like yours seem more realistic in regards to the OP's request for feedback. In the engagement photos, the position of subjects, composition, shadows and streaks of light just don't correlate with the wedding photos.

The wedding photos look much better.

I suspect they have a better handle on indoor or covered shooting, and may need to try new variations on outdoors.

None of the locations seemed easy, so a lot are pretty nice considering that and time.


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Jan 08, 2018 18:14 |  #17

mdvaden wrote in post #18524338 (external link)
Some good, but the next reply opens the door for a different vote and food for thought.

Comments like yours seem more realistic in regards to the OP's request for feedback. In the engagement photos, the position of subjects, composition, shadows and streaks of light just don't correlate with the wedding photos.

The wedding photos look much better.

I suspect they have a better handle on indoor or covered shooting, and may need to try new variations on outdoors.

None of the locations seemed easy, so a lot are pretty nice considering that and time.

Thank you guys. I appreciate all the suggestions. Definitely going to adjust for the future shoots.


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Jan 25, 2018 10:30 |  #18

My man! nice pictures, relaxed and natural


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Feb 10, 2018 02:18 |  #19

Lovely photos mate!


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Feb 11, 2018 17:28 |  #20

Looks great! Depending on how big your "crew" will be in the future, I can really see you benefiting from a diffuser on some of those hard light shots from the sun in mid-day. But of course if it is only you on location, then you have less flexibility for things like that. Regardless, they look great.


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