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May 15, 2010 14:11 |  #1

I really enjoy this shot, so id like some feedback on it. Also how would you use it in an album thats 35x35cm (square)..... ???

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May 16, 2010 05:03 |  #2

From the same wedding...


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May 16, 2010 11:33 |  #3

Are the rays of light in the first one post processed? Can't really tell, but I'd like to see that one in color because this b&w seems overexposed and you loose a lot of detail everywhere.

#2 - Like the concept, but the images don't complement each other very well. She's at different heights and the first two are looking to the left while the last one is looking right. Maybe replace the center one with a looking forward image and make them all the same height?




  
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May 16, 2010 21:26 |  #4

sokun wrote in post #10190363 (external link)
Are the rays of light in the first one post processed? Can't really tell, but I'd like to see that one in color because this b&w seems overexposed and you loose a lot of detail everywhere.

#2 - Like the concept, but the images don't complement each other very well. She's at different heights and the first two are looking to the left while the last one is looking right. Maybe replace the center one with a looking forward image and make them all the same height?

I agree with both points. I was going to say the same thing about #1. I would like to see it in color. I like the lines in it but we are losing a lot of detail.


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May 16, 2010 22:01 |  #5

I'd probably go with a tighter crop on the 1st and straighten it just a tad (seems tilted to the right so I tilted it slightly to the left, my left) also, while I like the light rays there is quite a considerable amount of detail blown out, I would suggest working in layers to brighten those rays but also keep the details everywhere else (if the original isn't blown out that is) and I am not a fan of the ceiling. Same opinion as everyone so far on the 2nd shot- since you have image editing on I gave it a whack on the 1st (using the 25x35 dimensions you gave):

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