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Apr 02, 2009 14:03 as a reply to  @ post 7652741 |  #16

love it! very nice to see that this couple got you over to San Francisco!

you're work inspires me to no end! thanks so much for sharing


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Apr 03, 2009 02:12 |  #17

Aleksandras Babicius wrote in post #7650137 (external link)
Thanks!

Thanks. Yes, I like to travel. It is a pity, that times not so favour to that. :)

did you get any gear while you were in USA? :)


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Apr 03, 2009 15:44 |  #18

hawk911 wrote in post #7645205 (external link)
gorgeous wedding and you captured it wonderfully. Great composition and love the colors.

Thanks! :)

CyberPet wrote in post #7645259 (external link)
Nice! Very nice! I Love the short DOF's and crispness. I love your bw conversion too.... what's your secret? :D

Thank you. There are no secrets. Simply twist wheels and move the slider until the picture becomes beautiful. Not always this is happening fast. Sometimes does not happen. :)

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NICE! ( as always! jeje )

Thanks!


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Apr 05, 2009 09:10 |  #19

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Stunning. Great eye for things that seem ordinary to the naked eye but proparly framed create amazing images. You see things I would most likely miss being rushed during wedding day. Great stuff, keep on posting!

Thank you. :)
My task was to try out things and nuances to lay the mosaic of future memories. I hope that I'm will to do this.


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Apr 06, 2009 01:20 |  #20

viet wrote in post #7648174 (external link)
Very very lucky couple. Great work as always.

Thanks!


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Apr 06, 2009 11:23 |  #21

Wow... I'm speechless... Awesome work!!


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Apr 06, 2009 15:31 |  #22

Again, this was a lucky couple. What is causing the blur in the first image. What was the couple's reaction to your work? The one where the girls are getting off the elevator and the bridesmaid is looking back is my favorite. What did you shoot that with? 16mm?
Great job! Any photographer deserves to be nostalgic about a job like this!


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Apr 07, 2009 08:11 |  #23

supamsp wrote in post #7653070 (external link)
love it! very nice to see that this couple got you over to San Francisco!

you're work inspires me to no end! thanks so much for sharing

Thanks for a compliment. I am very glad, that have visited this fine city and have got acquainted with many very pleasant people. I actually even still had easy feeling of nostalgia to this city.


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Apr 07, 2009 09:19 |  #24

When I grow up, I want to shoot like Alexsandras!


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Apr 07, 2009 23:58 |  #25

viet wrote in post #7648174 (external link)
Very very lucky couple. Great work as always.

sonluan wrote in post #7657477 (external link)
did you get any gear while you were in USA? :)

No, everything, that was necessary for me, I have brought from Lithuania. :)


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Apr 09, 2009 03:57 |  #26

elisesanchez wrote in post #7679401 (external link)
Again, this was a lucky couple. What is causing the blur in the first image. What was the couple's reaction to your work? The one where the girls are getting off the elevator and the bridesmaid is looking back is my favorite. What did you shoot that with? 16mm?
Great job! Any photographer deserves to be nostalgic about a job like this!

Thanks! Reaction of couple I just expect, very much I hope, that the bride will be happy enough.
All the photos, shot wide are, made with Nikkor 14-24/2,8
The feeling of nostalgia is surprising for me. I was in this far city only three days and saw all these people for the first time in a life. Despite of it, I feel myself as the person who has left from old kind friends. :)


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Apr 09, 2009 23:21 |  #27

Great job, love your work!




  
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Apr 12, 2009 16:31 |  #28

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Great job, love your work!

Thanks! :)


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Apr 12, 2009 16:33 |  #29

Only thing that i don't like is that you use Nikon :)


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Apr 13, 2009 12:22 |  #30

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Only thing that i don't like is that you use Nikon :)

:) Thanks!


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