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Jul 13, 2009 21:11 |  #1

Great day and such a beautiful location in Fullerton, CA.
The couple and family were great and up for anything! This client was one of my first bookings last year when I first got into shooting weddings on my own. Please, I need CC... I'm still learning!

1. Their tables were labeled by the places they had visited together... there were ALOT... and most out of the U.S.

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Jul 13, 2009 21:30 |  #2

Nice series. 3,5,6 are my favorite


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Jul 14, 2009 15:04 |  #3

:cry:


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Jul 14, 2009 15:30 |  #4

Very nice, one thing I notice is that they're all very tack sharp! like your ideas, too!


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Jul 14, 2009 16:23 |  #5

Thanks guys :)

Are these photo files too large?


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Jul 14, 2009 16:46 |  #6

I looove 5 and 7!! Great mood to all the photos, looks like a fun bunch of people to shoot! :):) Dontcha love those clients? :)


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Jul 17, 2009 14:46 |  #7

Thanks Svetlana :)
Yes, they were a fun group, and I LOVE those kind of clients :)

I''m just curious, every time I post a wedding, my photos never seem evoke much a response from the forums, which, I must admit, is a tad discouraging. Is there a reason? I hate to complain, but it makes me feel like my work is really failing in some way (which I always feel anyways, lol)
Please, be honest. Thanks


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Jul 18, 2009 08:29 as a reply to  @ FamilyJules's post |  #8

This is a really nice set...I particularly like the verandah shot with all the girls ..it looks great. Lovely sharp images as well, especially the detail shots.
Dont get discouraged by lack of responses. I will be posting some pics soon and I suspect like you I wont get quite as many responses as I would like either......
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Jul 18, 2009 09:31 |  #9

The only thing I would change is to get rid of the Jet trail in the sky on #7. Love the shallow DOF in #2!


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Jul 18, 2009 11:18 |  #10

Nice series, love that bridesmaids shot with the little girl looking over the banister, very cute.


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Jul 18, 2009 11:25 |  #11

Nice Work. They're obviously a very energetic couple with energetic friends. Your images bring that totally across!!

On the group shot of the gals, watch your positioning relative to the horizontal lines. You're noticeably keystoned. A step or so to your right would have squared everything up.


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Jul 18, 2009 12:41 |  #12

FamilyJules wrote in post #8297758 (external link)
I''m just curious, every time I post a wedding, my photos never seem evoke much a response from the forums, which, I must admit, is a tad discouraging. Is there a reason? I hate to complain, but it makes me feel like my work is really failing in some way (which I always feel anyways, lol)
Please, be honest. Thanks

I usually look and rarely comment. Probably pretty common here.




  
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Jul 18, 2009 14:31 as a reply to  @ ScottME's post |  #13

I LOVE the PP in the one of the brides & bridesmaids!

Your work is very nice, your colors very vibrant and composition looks great!

I had to do a double look on the one where he is leaning her back....at first glance I thought it was a fun shot and she was going to hit him with the bouquet!:lol: It's a nice shot, just my warped humor taking over my senses!;)


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Jul 18, 2009 15:23 |  #14

Thanks so much guys :) I'm sorry to complain.....I guess I just felt like this was my best wedding to date, and then I didn't get much feedback on it (compared to other's posts), so I felt a little defeated and like my "best" work still sucked, lol.
Thanks for the lift :)

Oh, BTW, I've learned quite a few terms on here in the past year, but I don't know what keystoned means....care to elaborate?


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Jul 18, 2009 16:33 |  #15

FamilyJules wrote in post #8302625 (external link)
Thanks so much guys :) I'm sorry to complain.....I guess I just felt like this was my best wedding to date, and then I didn't get much feedback on it (compared to other's posts), so I felt a little defeated and like my "best" work still sucked, lol.
Thanks for the lift :)

Oh, BTW, I've learned quite a few terms on here in the past year, but I don't know what keystoned means....care to elaborate?

When you aren't at a 90 degree perpendicular angle to a horizontal line, it will appear to slope one way or the other.

When you aren't directly between two horizontal lines (high / low .. like your porch railing (low) and the lines in the house siding behind the ladies (high)) then they will appear to slope at different angles.

The Red Line is Level
The Blue Lines follow the line of the porch railing


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