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Old Dec 28, 2005, 7:40 PM   #1
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I took these for a friends wedding. What do you think.
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Old Dec 28, 2005, 7:45 PM   #4
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the lighting did not seem to be your friend that day, its apparent it was pretty harsh lighting conditions..

this hurt you on #1 as the man is a bit underexposed because of the light being at his back.. if you shot raw, you could convert1 for him and 1 for the bride and blend them, if not, then some layer adjustments with a similar goal will help.i think that would help balance it out a bit.. and do something with the flare as well, thats distracting..

the 2nd one was well captured.. she looks happy and all that good stuff.. a little dodging and burning to even out the exposure will help as well as some sharpening, this ones a bit soft..

the 3rd one is captured well.. but i think you need a tighter crop and a fix of the horizon, its a bit off..

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the exposure and expressions look great on this one!.. but the leaning doorframe looks odd, i would just crop in closer to take it out..
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He he he, thecouple won't notice the differences in the technical stuff, am sure they will love them, but Dustin's comments need to be taken into account.:-)
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