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Shot my second wedding on the yesterday

 
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Oct 08, 2017 02:57 |  #1

Bride and Groom Shot

*edit* Sorry about the woeful grammar in the title.


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Oct 08, 2017 03:01 |  #2

Placing the ring and a bridal party shot


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Oct 08, 2017 03:02 |  #3

Pano and a first dance shot


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Oct 08, 2017 03:10 |  #4

Nice.


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Oct 09, 2017 00:42 |  #5

These look great for your second wedding! Well done!


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Oct 09, 2017 07:57 |  #6

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These look great for your second wedding! Well done!

I had a look at your site. I must say your processing is really really nice.

I have always been really basic with mine. I do not do much at all. Interestingly, I get comments that they like how natural it is. But, I like yours more... it is more artistic... a bit more modern looking.

I should look into having some images that look something like yours.




  
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Oct 09, 2017 11:51 |  #7

How'd you get in that close on the ring shot without being in your face? Does the 5Div really crop in that well, or did you recreate it later?


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Oct 12, 2017 21:22 |  #8

Colin Glover wrote in post #18469062 (external link)
How'd you get in that close on the ring shot without being in your face? Does the 5Div really crop in that well, or did you recreate it later?

What happened was the ceremony was moved due to rain. So what that meant was I could get behind them and I rolled up the plastic weather thing and shot it from behind really close. Not while the ceremony was happening obviously. I did that when they moved it.




  
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