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Jan 26, 2007 20:09 |  #46

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Jan 26, 2007 20:54 |  #47

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I love this photo... how did you get this effect?

Thank you. It's just an edge blur from Kubota actions.




  
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Jan 26, 2007 21:12 |  #48

C'mon Jason, it's time to put your camera where your mouth is. :D


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Jan 27, 2007 02:07 |  #49

The first is my 2 good friends, and i captured their personalities so well, the Bride always looks at her man like this, eyebrows raised and the groom is totally and utterly in love with her.....

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I love this shot....reds and whites always come out beautifully in weddings, especially indian themed weddings with that hint of gold from the bride....

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And i liek this one so much because these guys are so young...bride was 19 and groom around 22....it's jsut such a cute shot, he is whispering in her ear and she is shy as anything so to get such a candid smile out of her was beautiful!

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Jan 27, 2007 12:25 as a reply to  @ PIXI_666's post |  #50

These are my personal favorites from my weddings...

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Jan 27, 2007 20:11 as a reply to  @ Lin-z's post |  #51

Come on Jason, where's yours




  
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Jan 28, 2007 05:51 |  #52

Well techincally I'm not a wedding photographer, but lurk here to get inspiration to take the leap into it!
Heres some pics from a friends wedding and my cousins wedding where I was just shooting from the sidelines...

Although not really the right forum topic for it, but if anyone felt like giving some comments it would be appreciated as I'm REALLY looking at getting into wedding photography! :)

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^^ Just before the kiss this awesome light came through the stained glass windows.. love how it come up in the photos

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^^ Candid style shots with a 50f/1.8

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^^ This church has an upper deck so I thought I'd camp out there for the procession for a differnt angle on things. I like how they came out! (using ambient light)



  
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Jan 28, 2007 07:43 as a reply to  @ dlcx's post |  #53

Great work peoples.

Dunno whether it's the best, but I'm quite fond of these two:

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Jan 28, 2007 08:13 |  #54

Very nice, CWPhoto!


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Jan 28, 2007 08:29 |  #55

GREAT inspiration everyone. So far I think this is my favorite shot...

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Jan 28, 2007 08:45 |  #56

My favorite 4 from this last year.


This is my wedding partner, he shoots mostly flash/standard group/expected pictures throughout the day. I shoot mostly creative/artsy shots, weird flash angles and no flash wide open.

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This is an old concept, but the bride loved it. When I saw the stained glass and the angle of incoming light I actually interrupted the bride and said "you need to come here now before we lose this lighting". She and I are glad that I did.
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Often the best moments are the ones that no one else sees. The flowergirl was mesmerized by the spinning lights on the ceiling coming from the DJ lights.
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This one has received the most compliments. The flower is pinned to a groomsman's jacket, and the light coming in the window spilled over his shoulder and just tapped the top of the rose. I quickly metered the reflected light and shot the rose. The result was honestly a surprise.
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Jan 28, 2007 08:48 |  #57

Monter what PP did you use there? I am not a big fan of PP in general, but that is stunning.


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Jan 28, 2007 09:15 |  #58

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Monter what PP did you use there? I am not a big fan of PP in general, but that is stunning.

Thanks!! the lighting was great in that room to begin with so it wasn't hard. I just used the old standby... midnight sepia... to give it the extra oomph. Because that action tends to blow the highlights, I pulled it back a bit with some burning on the brightest parts of her dress. That's it.




  
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Jan 28, 2007 11:09 |  #59

bfnphoto. I have to agree with other posts. Your photograph is a very emotional capture.
Fabulous. It just grabs you. You can't help but sit and look.
It wouldn't be out of place in a book IMHO.
So pleased I stopped to view the thread. Thankyou for sharing


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Jan 28, 2007 16:11 |  #60

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OMG!! That is what we are supposed to feel in this thread right?
WOW!! That shot made me tear up! Fabulous capture!!
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Tiffany, That is a wonderful picture. I recall looking at that picture and I almost started crying myself!


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