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Sep 01, 2007 14:00 |  #1

I'm pretty swamped over the next several months. Between shooting the normal magazine stuff I've got quite a few weddings/bridals/engag​ements and we are about to start promoting family Christmas cards.

Here is the lovely Ms. Jenny.

#1 - I was playing with a border, I'll fix this one as I don't like it in her arm.

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Sep 01, 2007 14:04 |  #2

Phew, excellent ... you've really got a talent for creating art, finding settings, making people pop and getting just the right ambiance in your people images, whether brides or musicians.


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Sep 01, 2007 14:05 |  #3

DwightMcCann wrote in post #3840801 (external link)
Phew, excellent ... you've really got a talent for creating art, finding settings, making people pop and getting just the right ambiance in your people images, whether brides or musicians.

Thanks....you taught me everything I know......Now if I could just use some of it. So if they suck I am going to blame you!:lol:


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Sep 01, 2007 14:12 |  #4

DwightMcCann wrote in post #3840801 (external link)
Phew, excellent ... you've really got a talent for creating art, finding settings, making people pop and getting just the right ambiance in your people images, whether brides or musicians.

This is the wedding forum...you don't have to kiss a$$ over here....


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Sep 01, 2007 14:15 |  #5

might wanna do a red eye touch up on the first one:D


#5 is the one I like the most out of this set


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Sep 01, 2007 14:18 |  #6

I like them all but 4 and 6...I hate the pp on 4 and she looks like she's holding her booty...6 is almost floating bride..everything around her is too dark.


(and whats with all the funky borders?) :)

2 is the only one of this series that I think would work as a true bridal portriat.... but hey - what do I know!

I really do like 1 and 2


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Sep 01, 2007 14:27 |  #7

taygull wrote in post #3840804 (external link)
Thanks....you taught me everything I know......Now if I could just use some of it. So if they suck I am going to blame you!:lol:

Yeah, that took all of two minutes, eh? :lol:

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This is the wedding forum...you don't have to kiss a$$ over here....

Well, I would kiss your a$$ anytime but you're too far away! :rolleyes: But truth to tell I've always thought that Chris does very impressive things with people and finding settings that really tie things together. This is a huge weak area for me.


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Sep 01, 2007 15:08 |  #8

thekid24 wrote in post #3840858 (external link)
might wanna do a red eye touch up on the first one:D

#5 is the one I like the most out of this set

Ditto on the red eye...it is very appearant on my monitor.

I like the set...#5 is the best by far.


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Sep 01, 2007 21:35 |  #9

DwightMcCann wrote in post #3840917 (external link)
Yeah, that took all of two minutes, eh? :lol:


Well, I would kiss your a$$ anytime but you're too far away! :rolleyes: But truth to tell I've always thought that Chris does very impressive things with people and finding settings that really tie things together. This is a huge weak area for me.

If you want the truth, I screwed the pooch on this shoot.

There were a number of contributing factors but at the end of the day it is my job to get it right and I didn't. I wanted to re-shoot but she's not going to be able to do so prior to the wedding.

I really struggle with posing people. I think that is the hardest thing for a concert shooter to adapt to. Now capturing "moments" as they happen I think I do a pretty good job. Creating the moment is just such a struggle.

I'll post a couple of 2 of my major hits in a different section later this week, one is the September cover and another is the lead image in the feature. One I created and the other I captured the moment.

I'd sure appreciate any "advice" on posing, I study and study, look at samples and get a camera in front of me and I just freeze. What I probably need to do is learn 10 poses and get really good at creating those and then ad a few more and a few more.


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Sep 01, 2007 21:51 as a reply to  @ taygull's post |  #10

I like #2 and #3


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Sep 02, 2007 08:17 |  #11

3 and 5 are very good( 5 a little understated not quite popping, 3 posed but it works) the others have pshop issues.
1. red eye , the wall and pose, not quite my thing
2. a little over posed (unatural), love the lighting, lost a a little to much detail in the dress(soft n blur)
4. not liking the sepia on this one, is she itchy ? Hair n backside grab ...
6. nice dress detail, but the crop is off, alittle dark and the pose/angle its not there.

there all nice images but these could potentially all be greats..
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Sep 02, 2007 08:58 |  #12

Wow.. waiting for the first shot to open I thought this is the wrong forum. It should be G&N
Great shots, gorgeous bride


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