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Mar 19, 2007 00:25 |  #1
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We had a lot of fun out of town yesterday shooting a great wedding. The weather didn't cooperate at all, but we made the best of it.



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Mar 19, 2007 00:32 |  #2

these look really good, i especially like the vignetting in the last two.


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Mar 19, 2007 00:33 |  #3

They look good - but I dont like the fact I can't see much of her eyes in 2 & 5. Perhaps the light focus should have been more on them. :)


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Mar 19, 2007 01:43 |  #4

Great shots and I second the vignetting on the last two. Only issue I have is with #6, and it's probably because I am looking at it from work, but the umbrella looks like a part of his head (kinda like a wicked mohawk :) ) because I cannot see any of the detail on it.


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Mar 19, 2007 02:04 |  #5

Awsome work Cory. Love #2, cool lighting!


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Mar 19, 2007 07:51 |  #6

4 and 8 are my favorites. Followed closely by 1 and 7.


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Mar 19, 2007 08:04 |  #7

4 and 6! I love em!


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Mar 19, 2007 08:17 |  #8

Corey, these shots are absolutely amazing! I am a big fan of your style in them.

I really like the Midnight actions (or similar?) you used in a select few of them!

It's shots like these that really inspire me and make me want to be a wedding photog. I guess I'll see how the shoe fits this summer :)


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Mar 19, 2007 13:14 |  #9
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Thanks all, it was a blast but a long long day (8am to 9pm plus 2 hours of driving each way)

We got to shoot with another photographer John Crozier who was the brother of the groom and a groomsmen, so he was limited to what all he could shoot.


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Mar 19, 2007 13:45 |  #10

They look very nice. Different style to mst I've seen....... in a good way I mean.


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Mar 19, 2007 13:55 |  #11

I like the last one the best. It's cool!


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Mar 19, 2007 15:19 as a reply to  @ picturecrazy's post |  #12

Hi Corey,

I really like 1, 4, 5 a lot. Excellent use of light..

BTW I enjoyed meeting you and your beautiful wife the other day and all the other shooters too! Next time I will bring a real camera instead of my camera phone...ha ha.

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Mar 19, 2007 16:56 as a reply to  @ oldshooter's post |  #13

I really like these. I have a question. What causes the edges to fade in black and the center has a bit of a glow? Is that a PP technique or right from the camera?


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Mar 19, 2007 18:02 |  #14

I think your thinking of vignetting --- can be done in Photoshop, or easily when shooting RAW using the Vignetting sliders in ACR or Lightroom --- some lenses produce vignetting naturally and is often considered a 'flaw'.

I personally feel that vignetting works on almost every single portrait I take, as it takes the focus even more to the center than the eyes would - I actually probably overdo the vignetting --- seems to work so well in wedding images tho!


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