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Old Oct 5, 2011, 2:00 PM   #1
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Default Pam and Mark's Wedding

This was a wet one, although it was kind enough to hold off for some outside shots and even a spot of blue sky made it through.

Pam and Mark were a blast to work with and I can safely say we all had a good time.

I would love to hear what you think as I have a break from weddings now so will be focusing on improvements for next year so please critique away.

There are extras on my blog and facebook pages so feel free to check those out as well.

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Old Oct 5, 2011, 8:54 PM   #2
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Great set as always, Mark. On 6 and 7 the light falloff is quite dramatic making for harsher shadows than I would want to see in this setting. I'm sure that room was a light vacuum though.

Everyone do yourselves a favor and look at the other pics from this set on Mark's blog. There are some great shots there.

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Tough conditions? Cloudy weather, rain, dark interior? Even through these conditions you still did great Mark.

Although I appreciate the creativity with the DOF you chose for shot 11. The front OOF with the bride just does not look right to me. I think shot 10 works much better.
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Mike - I feel pretty certain that 10 and 11 are intended to go together and be seen one after another. Mark can correct me if I'm wrong but in that context it works IMO.

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Thanks everyone.

Brad, I went for over powering the church lights as they were horrible and also I wanted to really bring the focus in on the Bride and Groom. I should have put up a 2nd light for some fill rather than sticking to a single to help with the ratio.

10 and 11 need to go together to work, if you only had 11 it would be a fail where as 10 works fine on its own merits.
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what kind of flash diffuser do you use?
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Just a 43" brolly, very simple with a single or double flash depending on how much power is needed.
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looks like you all had fun nice shots
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