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Old Sep 1, 2014, 8:11 PM   #1
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Here are a few of my favorite keepers. I very much welcome comments, criticism, and critiques.

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Old Sep 2, 2014, 11:28 AM   #2
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I like the poses in all except for #2. In the context of a wedding, I prefer not to see the couple apart. The other poses are very nice.

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I like the poses in all except for #2. In the context of a wedding, I prefer not to see the couple apart. The other poses are very nice.

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I do agree. We all liked the look of the door and couldn't really come up with a good way of using it. It was the best we came up with. I wasn't supposed to be the main photographer but she got lost on the way to the second location and I was left to fend for myself!
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Old Sep 26, 2014, 8:32 PM   #4
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A couple more that I liked and some slight re-edits of two that were previously posted. Surprised there aren't more comments!

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I've been a second wedding shooter a couple of times. Weddings are a lot harder than they look. Nice shooting.
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Some images may benefit from a little brighter post processing (although that may just be my monitor). I usually like to keep most of the shots of the couple brighter to emphasize the happy event. The compositions are very good and the technical aspects such as focus is spot on. Well done.
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Some very nice work on these - showcasing your talent as well as the fine couple.
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