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Old Jun 10, 2012, 6:35 PM   #1
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Just a quick note that I have (FINALLY) finished the PP on all the wedding photos. Now I'll have some time to work on more of my "usual" photos, and hopefully post a few here sometime soon.
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Old Jun 10, 2012, 9:24 PM   #2
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Love the shots! You should be very proud of them (both the pictures and the couple). You did really well with them.
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Old Jun 11, 2012, 5:11 AM   #3
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I really like #3 .... but I bet you shot and processed more than 4 in the last 2-3 weeks ! Where are the others we haven't seen yet !
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Nice job Mole, I agree I really like 3. I used to shoot a few weddings in the 70's, it's hard. Looking foreword to more.

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I was a second shooter at my neice's wedding and it's a good thing they hired a professional. It's very different kind of skill. Good job. You can really tell by the pictures that he really loves her. Congratulations!
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I did some shooting at my son's wedding and know how difficult it is. Your pictures have all been great.

My best wishes to both of them for a long and happy life together.

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Wonderful photos of a very happy occasion. I don't know why, but the candle in the mason jar is my favorite.
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Been there, done that, still have the scars, will do it again.

The masochist in me can't help it.

Nice shots.
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Old Jun 17, 2012, 4:36 PM   #9
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Harriet - Thanks! Indeed proud of the couple, and glad the photo work is over...

Kevin - Actually processed about 1200 - probably a bit too many to post!

Hans - Thanks so much! Had not planned to post any more of the wedding, but have a number of others to post soon.

Pboerger - So glad to hear that his love shines through in the photos. I was not fully satisfied with the photos, but as long as they like them...

Lou - Thanks for your kind words and good wishes!

MtnMan - Thanks! Glad you liked the candles.

Ira - Glad you liked the shots, and glad to hear you survived your wedding photo experiences!
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Since my son's bride's father wasn't in the picture, I had the same problem you did with giving the bride away (being in the wedding and still shooting the ceremony). I solved it my giving a younger son the responsibility for the ceremony itself and slipped my trusty old Olympus C750 into the pocket of my tux so I could shoot once I had "done my thing" giving away the bride. (My wife nearly shot me...lol)

You did a terrific job with your shots, and in this group, I think the top two are really nicely done. The use of a soft black and white in the candle jar photo and then a really sharp contrast in the cake decoration make both photos real winners.

Congratulations to the happy couple and nothing but the best wishes.

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