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Jan 26, 2007 13:21 |  #16

Wow guys im blown away, amazing shots there .. well done :-)


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Jan 26, 2007 13:32 as a reply to  @ Jason Cole's post |  #17

Jason, thanks for the thread....They are all beautiful pictures...


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Jan 26, 2007 14:19 as a reply to  @ post 2604382 |  #18

Sunset one's from engagement shoot.


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Jan 26, 2007 14:27 |  #19

my favorite(s)

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Jan 26, 2007 14:28 |  #20

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OK....the 2nd one is just FANTASTIC!....nice that would be one of my favorite ones!


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Jan 26, 2007 14:46 |  #21

mackb wrote in post #2604948 (external link)
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OK....the 2nd one is just FANTASTIC!....nice that would be one of my favorite ones!

Mack, thanks. now your turn....show yours.

Tiffany, That tearing up shot is a winner.... love it, ... successful wedding photography is mostly about capturing EMOTION. Heck, most photography is about emotion.




  
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Jan 26, 2007 15:14 |  #22

...here is a link to one from a recent wedding. I agree that emotion is what it's all about...so of coarse this is a bouquet shot!....and it's a link at that!.....:)

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Jan 26, 2007 15:22 as a reply to  @ Eoseni's post |  #23

These are a couple of my favorites right now. The second shot I know isn't that creative, but to me it's my definition of classic-something that could hang on their wall forever.


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Jan 26, 2007 15:29 |  #24

mackb wrote in post #2605181 (external link)
...here is a link to one from a recent wedding. I agree that emotion is what it's all about...so of coarse this is a bouquet shot!....and it's a link at that!.....:)

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Billy, um mackb, uh,..... wow!




  
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Jan 26, 2007 15:31 |  #25

I am yet to look at an image of mine and say "that's my best!" - and very possibly never will as I am my harshest critic. But here are a few of my faves...funnily enough from my first wedding.


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Jan 26, 2007 15:36 |  #26

and this one was my sisters wedding where I was also bridesmaid and my children were in the wedding party...lol...don't ask!


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Jan 26, 2007 15:39 |  #27

I can't hold a candle to you guys. I've showed these before.

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Jan 26, 2007 15:40 |  #28
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Cyberpet your shots are wonderful. Number two made my jaw drop. Really well done. Superb (if thats you in the avatar then you look pretty yummy also! but thats off topic and between you and me ;) )


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Jan 26, 2007 15:56 |  #29

Amazing photos everyone!!


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Jan 26, 2007 16:08 |  #30

Cdi, humility is a good thing. But I think you captured the moments beautifully.

Petra, I like the backlit dress shot very much. Nice lighting.

Shuttermom, I like the first one, could well be very profitable as a stock photo!

Xtravalue, No. 4 is my favorite of yours. A moment to treasure. Nice.




  
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