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Apr 25, 2017 19:32 |  #3

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I would have used a slightly different angle, so the sun is right behind her (so, turn about 45 degrees more clockwise I guess? )
That way you avoid the bright spots on one side of her face, you get a nicer rim light in her hair, and avoid the harsh light on the flowers. You'd still have the sea in the background.

I'm not a fan of the blue split toning, but it's well executed and can work if your clients like that kind of editing.

A good pic nonetheless.


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Apr 25, 2017 22:40 as a reply to  @ jefzor's post |  #4

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Apr 26, 2017 00:35 |  #5

I guess the sportsmanlike thing to do is to put one of my own pics up.


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May 30, 2017 12:32 |  #7

Jefzor, highlights are too bright on the dress, and some of the light through the trees. Maybe a tighter crop. Scorpio_e, the left chimney needs a straighten if possible, as does the pipe, but I'd be surprised if both could be achieved. The chimney would be my vote of the two. And well done everyone. Great images. How about adding a rule? If you critique gotta post? Here's one of mine. My guess is you'll say skin too Orangey.


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Jul 04, 2017 08:58 as a reply to  @ scorpio_e's post |  #9

Love the industrial background! If you could have added some soft off camera flash to the couple you'd take the image to the next level !


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Jul 05, 2017 11:20 |  #11

Really liking these. First would be great in mono. Maybe tone window highlight down a touch and add a touch of contrast.


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Jul 07, 2017 10:34 |  #12

First wedding I shot on my own. Thoughts? I think bride looks a little soft/not sharp on the full body shot picture.


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Jul 07, 2017 10:34 |  #13

I think this is absolutely beautiful and as a bride, I'd love it. The lamp doesn't bother me. Kind of adds interest to the fact that she was getting ready.




  
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Jul 07, 2017 11:04 |  #14

Great work Annie. IMO the full length shot isn't soft. Just about sharp enough. Any bride would love that.


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Jul 09, 2017 12:16 as a reply to  @ aniewalshphotography's post |  #15

Exactly!

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