Some wedding shots (bww)

 
Old 01-08-2009, 08:02 PM
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Default Some wedding shots (bww)

It was my first real wedding gig - pretty happy with how things turned out. Comments are welcome

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Old 01-08-2009, 08:32 PM
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Default Love it...really nice stuff in there

A few things that stuck out:

The god damm lamp cord! Also the image seems to need t be straightend or it might just be that the shade is tilted. The ring shot next to it also feels off, get the ring even on the horizon.

The wide angle balcony church shot feels really odd being that off kilter.

The shot of the parents (?) holding hands has all the action at the top and bottom with a void in the middle. I think cropping in tight on the hands would be more betterer.

The shot of the groom all bug eyed is funny except the brides expression is really not very flattering at all.

I'd crop the candle lighting shot a bit tighter as well.

All in all some really nice images and great lighting. Well done.
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Default great call on all your points

after the millionth time staring at those shots, i completely missed everything you said. thanks man
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Nicely done!
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Default Excellent work!

Very nice images indeed. This is what wedding pics should look like. These are fun and dynamic. Great compositions and expressions!

The wedding couple's faces look a bit yellowish/greenish in the small photo below the candle pic and I'd also crop the candle shot tighter. That's about all the critic I can think of.
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Default Very cool...

Damn I wish that our wedding photographer was 10% as good as you, ended up being a total disappointment for us. Thankfully friends pictures captured the more important moments...

Your work is outstanding...
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Default nice job!!!

The only one that really bugs me is the shot from the balcony. It's driving me crazy! I like the presentation too! What lens did you use for the ring shot? I had a hard time getting something like that with my 24-70, and that's the closest I have to a macro lens.
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those are great. they should be thrilled with the results.
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Fantastic
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Default nice work.

you shot this alone?

you move damn fast. lol.

to catch the guys at the alter, bride in the door, then run up stairs for the overhead shot.

nice work.
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