A Montana Wedding...

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  1. Wolff

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    During my first interview with the bride she mentioned that she had originally wanted to get married in the middle of a mud pit (she's a bit of an outdoorsy girl) but the mothers nixed that idea. So it was kind of interesting finding pictures that both mother and daughter would enjoy.
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  2. d1a1s1

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    #3 is just great...says a lot about the bride. #5 Is a beautiful picture...well done!
     
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    I absolutly love the way you captured her rugged, oudoorsy personality while still making the shots classically beautiful. Great job, very unique!!!
     
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    These are beautiful. I love the way you captured her personality. It looks like you all had so much fun!
     
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    I agree with the other posters. I think it's awesome that you got her boot and her pose like that:) #1 is funny as well:) Although, I'm wondering if you burned in the background some if it would be a little less distracting. Right now it's just so bright that it takes away from the people. And I bet the mothers just loved #5.
     
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    I am going to have to say that numbers four and five are the ones I like. The first one is a tad bright.
     
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    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I'll favour 1 3 and 5. It's amazing the way you captured her personality so well. She looks like a very unique girl (in a good, I have great personality kind of way). You have displayed that so well, especially in photo number 3.
     
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    Cool Stuff! How fun! I bet she loves these.
     
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    Love the concept in these! Great job. However, just a few nit picks...

    #1. There is obviously some blowout from the sunlight, but very amusing pose.

    #2. Great shot, but too bad there is no blue in the sky. The green in the background is great against the red in the foreground.

    #3. Very cool, but again, no blue in the sky.

    #4. Very very nice.

    #5. Absolutely beautiful.

    Overall, excellent color, clarity, and composition.
     

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