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Jul 02, 2019 18:24 |  #1

Personally love working with brides!
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Jul 05, 2019 22:23 |  #2

Not much more pose than a basic kiss, but kissing was almost essential. This was the best direction to face on the path for composition under 300 ft. trees, and their car was on the other side of them. The kiss is a good wedding photo regardless, and it blocks the vehicle. Used on light to outline their form a little bit.


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Jul 10, 2019 14:05 |  #3

Absolutely stunning!




  
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Sep 07, 2019 19:53 |  #4

Good stuff. The valence in the first image makes it look like she's wearing bunny ears when I first looked.


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Jan 13, 2020 14:10 |  #5

mdvaden wrote in post #18888813 (external link)
Not much more pose than a basic kiss, but kissing was almost essential. This was the best direction to face on the path for composition under 300 ft. trees, and their car was on the other side of them. The kiss is a good wedding photo regardless, and it blocks the vehicle. Used on light to outline their form a little bit.
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Jan 14, 2020 10:55 |  #6

My last wedding. I shot her bridal portrait about a month before the wedding. Sunlight is behind her. I added fill from an off camera light fired thru a large softbox. My one mistake is that I should have had her turn her head a bit more towards camera so I could see both eyes.

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This bridal portait was shot in a church in Arizona. Two light were used, one on each side of her. The way the shadows fall, it almost looks like she's floating above the floor.

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Again, two lights used. One behind the couple, the other placed camera right and fired thru an umbrella.

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Jan 14, 2020 10:58 |  #7

One light used, fired thru an umbrella camera right.


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One light, fired thru a large soft box facing the back of the bride to add a bit of fill.

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Same bride but with the fill light turned up a bit.

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Jan 14, 2020 11:00 |  #8

Last one for now. Available light only.

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Jan 15, 2020 12:03 |  #9

jcolman wrote in post #18991939 (external link)
Last one for now. Available light only.

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Great shots.... Love your images. I'm sure they were very happy with the results.


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Feb 28, 2020 12:52 |  #10

jcolman wrote in post #18991939 (external link)
Last one for now. Available light only.

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I love it!!!


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May 02, 2020 18:01 |  #15

jcolman wrote in post #18991937 (external link)
One light used, fired thru an umbrella camera right.


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One light, fired thru a large soft box facing the back of the bride to add a bit of fill.

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Same bride but with the fill light turned up a bit.

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This is a very nice set! The lighting and exposure on the third image is absolutely beautiful. The details in the highlights, and her dress are amazing in the third image. IMHO one of the best images, if not the best, in this thread!!




  
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