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Jul 08, 2018 22:42 |  #1

Here is one that i captured yesterday at a wedding i shot in the Hollywood Hills. CC please. I know theres a bunch.


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Jul 09, 2018 11:04 |  #2

This is great. Speaks volumes, both on a personal and emotional level. Poses a lot of questions. Is she nervous or scared? If she's scared, what's she scared of? Or issue just looking into the mirror? Very well done.


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Jul 09, 2018 22:45 |  #3

Colin Glover wrote in post #18659170 (external link)
This is great. Speaks volumes, both on a personal and emotional level. Poses a lot of questions. Is she nervous or scared? If she's scared, what's she scared of? Or issue just looking into the mirror? Very well done.

Thank you! I believe she was just nervous and uncomfortable because it was 108 degrees where the wedding took place. Thank you again for the kind words.


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Jul 09, 2018 23:06 |  #4

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By the look of it you have nice window light. Personally I would have pointed her face to the light more and try and get some near side cheek shadow rather than Rembrandt light her. Just my opinion i think it flatters women more.

I would like to see some more rather than this one in isolation to get more of a vibe.

It looks a little awkward to me the way she is holding her necklace. I think it is because he arms are mirroring each other.




  
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Jul 21, 2018 00:22 |  #5

George Zip wrote in post #18659624 (external link)
By the look of it you have nice window light. Personally I would have pointed her face to the light more and try and get some near side cheek shadow rather than Rembrandt light her. Just my opinion i think it flatters women more.

I would like to see some more rather than this one in isolation to get more of a vibe.

It looks a little awkward to me the way she is holding her necklace. I think it is because he arms are mirroring each other.

Yes, there was a big window and 2 doors that were open allowing light in. As far as how cropped in it was, the room we were in was crowded and i had a bunch of kids running around behind in reflecting in the mirror so i cropped it rather than try to photo shop them out as i have no idea how to do that but am trying to learn as much as i can about a new style of photography aside from motorsports and aviation. I will definitely remember that for next time. Thank you again


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