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Old Oct 16, 2010, 2:28 PM   #11
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Old Oct 16, 2010, 2:40 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Hrisi View Post
I like the idea of getting this type of intimate shot before or maybe after the wedding (?). I also like the texture of the wood and the reflexion, but there's one thing that I'm not very happy seeing this photo: you have inclined the camera when taking it and the objects kind of look like they're gonna slip out of the picture.
If the texture of the wood wouldn't have been so obvious, maybe I wouldn't have had this feeling. I mean if it was a solid surface, maybe it would've looked better even if it is inclined, but not here.
I'm sorry if I was too harsh with my comment, but it's just what I felt when looking at the photo.
Thanks, always good to get differing opinions on a shot.

As for the time to do this it is while waiting to do the bride prep shots, same as shoes, flowers if they are there.
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