I can finally post these! I shot her wedding today. Not quite sure if I like the wedding shots, I took 3000+. I haven't had time yet to go through them as I'm editing my 3 sessions from last weekend.
Isn't she BEAUTIFUL!?
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Love the first one.
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Oct 02, 2011 11:17 as a reply to @ canonguy14's post |
These look great, the brides eyes are stunning.
I think these are nice.
Kpablo wrote in post #13195508
Nicksan, how do you think I can fix it? If I use a cool filter, it turns a wonky color.
Did you use flash for this?
Kpablo wrote in post #13196627
Ah, okay, will do.
No flash, just natural light & a reflector.
Ah, ok...so too much of that then.
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I really like number 3 her eyes just make you go wow, I am not sure if it is a little hot or not but I like it just the way it is. If you want to try and fix it, im not sure it needs it, you could take the exposure level down in ACR. If you shoot in RAW you can get up to 2 stops eithewr way. I wouldn't do much to it, maybe 1/3-1/2 stop, I can see the detail in her dress and the part that looks hot appears to be just fabric. BTW ex Fort Worth and my wife is Ex The Colony.
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Really like these and I too thought the shot looked a little on the hot side. Overall I really like them.
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3000 photos for the wedding? I have a hard time taking 1000 at any day long family events.