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Aug 31, 2018 00:49 |  #1

I would love to take wedding photographs. What do you guys think by seeing this picture am open to all your suggestions.


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Aug 31, 2018 06:42 |  #2

1st excellent, 2nd needs straightening.


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Aug 31, 2018 09:43 |  #3

I like them both, but I agree the 2nd one needs leveling.


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Aug 31, 2018 10:43 |  #4

Nice pics! I agree with the comments about the second pic but I would go one farther and crop out the light on the right in your first photo.


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Sep 02, 2018 12:10 |  #5

I like the first; to me, it would have been way better if you had rotated yourself a bit to camera left. That would have removed the light on the right and not cut off the groom's arm.




  
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