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May 30, 2011 14:21 |  #16

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I think you did well as your first shoot.

I really like the pose and setting of the first photo but to me B+W shines. :)
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How did you fill in indoor photos of the bride against the window? Excellent lighting here I like it.

Yeah, I sent them color and B&W

I dont undertand your question about the bride against the window?


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May 30, 2011 14:22 |  #17

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Ah! I see the problem. You're not saving them in sRGB for the web. When I opened it in LR, it looked just fine. You need to check your export settings. ;)

Here's what it SHOULD have looked like in sRGB... much better!

Thanks Alan....

sRGB! You know what it is.... I edited these in photoshop and did not export them as srgb.

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Thanks so much!


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May 30, 2011 14:22 |  #18

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I really like the 2nd one a lot. It looks like it was fun.

thanks!


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May 30, 2011 16:00 |  #19

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Yeah, I sent them color and B&W

I dont undertand your question about the bride against the window?

Photo 4 and 5.


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May 30, 2011 20:02 |  #20

Yeah, on 4 I desaturated the colors in the background and in 5 i just did my normal processing too it.

Yes, the lighting was perfect... could not ask for a better location.


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May 31, 2011 15:59 |  #21

I'm not gonna lie, I actually really like the original, incorrectly processed #1. The skin tones are off, but I dig the desaturated look with the icy colors.... goes super well with the sunglasses look. Would be off the charts if you added a bit of split toning and bumped the clarity (or midtone contrast) up *slightly*. I like the overall flat look though.


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May 31, 2011 23:47 |  #22

aaron.dunlap wrote in post #12511015 (external link)
I'm not gonna lie, I actually really like the original, incorrectly processed #1. The skin tones are off, but I dig the desaturated look with the icy colors.... goes super well with the sunglasses look. Would be off the charts if you added a bit of split toning and bumped the clarity (or midtone contrast) up *slightly*. I like the overall flat look though.

Thanks, I admit... They need a few slight adjustments :)


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May 31, 2011 23:50 |  #23

#6 needs to be leveled (relative to the vertical lines) and then crop out the chunk of rail in the lower left corner and, IMO, that's your money shot.


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Jun 01, 2011 13:43 |  #24

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#6 needs to be leveled (relative to the vertical lines) and then crop out the chunk of rail in the lower left corner and, IMO, that's your money shot.

know see what your saying... thanks


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