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Apr 01, 2016 17:20 |  #1

What would you for a weddingalbum :
Cut the above part of the right picture where the sun eliminates the detail of the branches of the tree and more landscape ?
Or leave it like this to show it was a sunny day ?


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Apr 02, 2016 14:36 |  #2

I personally don't have a problem with it, but if you are so inclined, I wouldn't crop it, I'd hit the original with an exposure brush (down) and a clarity brush (up) to cut down on some of the glare and add a little more detail to the trees (or the dehaze)


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Apr 07, 2016 04:09 |  #3

If the couple were lucky enough to have a nice sunny wedding day then they'll love having the sun in their photos but for that particular shot I'd be tempted to do a bit more editing on it. Warm up the WB a lot to really emphasise that the blown highlights are from the warm sun.


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