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Emily & Mike | 8.20.2008 (C&C my 3rd wedding)

 
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Sep 25, 2008 02:51 |  #1

Here are a few images from a wedding I shot last weekend. Any and all C&C would be appreciated!!!
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Sep 25, 2008 03:47 |  #2

i like the angle in the 2nd photo.

in the 5th one, i find that the background is a bit distracting with the automobiles in sight.

have you tried viewing these images in b/w?




  
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Sep 25, 2008 11:51 |  #3

I just have an overwhelming desire to straighten these up.

I like almost all of them, nicely done ...... just don't get the need to tilt but that's probably just me !


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Sep 25, 2008 12:30 |  #4

The 3rd one is cute, but might I suggest a verticle crop to cut out the people in the pews, and focus the shot on the girls and the woman peeking out behind them.

I like the idea on the first one, but for some reason the fame just doesn't do it for me... Maybe try in BW? I think #8 as a shoe shot works much better.

I agree that the cars are pretty distracting in that background. It's a nice picture, but it might have been helpful to use a fill flash, and underexpose the background.

I'd like to see some more if you would like to post them!


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Sep 25, 2008 14:50 |  #5

This was the couple that sparked my question a while ago as a result of their e shoot about what to do if they act like they just don't like eachother. This couple paid for my most expensive package, but acted like they didn't care to be in any of the pictures.
This was the bride's expression (and that of her MOH) and the grooms expression (2nd pic) most of the day - no exaggeration. To get them both smiling in a picture was, well, difficult to say the least. This was one of the hardest weddings I have ever shot - with someone or solo.


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Sep 25, 2008 15:41 as a reply to  @ jlrichmond76's post |  #6

I really like 5 and 7.

I like the idea of getting the dress and the flowers in #4, but chopping her head off at the neck seemed a little uncomfortable. Maybe a tighter crop would work.


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Sep 25, 2008 17:24 |  #7

Wow, with that lack of emotion from the couple, you should have spoken up when the officient asked if anyone believes they should not be together :D

The shots are nice, but I agree with the comments above.

Also, I'm seeing a slight blue tint (on an uncalibrated monitor) on some of the outdoor shots and would suggest some added curve adjustments.

On #5 - you may want to do some healing on her back to get rid of the scratch marks.


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