A Wedding at White Sands...

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  1. dawssvt

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    I think 8 and 9 are both nice

    I don't have a lot of technical input as I am new here, but for what it's worth I like them

    I find the vignette sp? is a little too pronounced for me on 4,7,10

    other than that, looks good

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    QUICKLY GLANCED THROUGH:
    I LIKE THE STYLE and Contrast. What I don't like is barely any details in bride's dress. Highlights are blown out. She payed, probably a LOT of money for this dress and as many other brides probably wants to see what she payed for. Keep that in mind during next gig.
    Oh and #5 has some soft of smudge on it.
    Keep up the great work and don't forget - ppl are paying $ for their *&^%$# and want to see them.:thumbup:
     
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    You have some good shots, but it seems like you yould have had some great shots it people were not cut at the knees or feet (Image 6 & 8) and I find you vignette a bit strong.

    As well you need to clean your sensor or lens you have dust on it Image 10 above the far right person, near the top.
     
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    Thanks for pointing that out. I didn't think about it much. I usually expose to the face. I should probably go back and expose some to expose to the dress so she can see that too. I think I need to get my camera cleaned. I don't see the smudge on #5. Where is it?
     
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    N.P.
    If you look at the bride's nose and take that line ALL the way across to right side of the image there are two smudgy looking things (one bigger and one a bit further in the distance).
    Or is it me and my crappy eyes looking at sand bushes? :lmao:
     
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    Yea, I think it's a bush, but I went ahead and took it out. :mrgreen: All better...

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    LOOKS GREAT!!
    It looked like a smudge or something but now you got a clear lookin GORGEOUS image
     
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    It might be my monitor but it looks like you lost your details in backs in most photos. Also too much vignette. I like the style and creativity. What an awesome location
     
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    10 would be awesome without that vignette. also, you dont need to vignette EVERY photo. it only looks good in the right ones.

    it does not work in number 9 AT ALL.
     
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    Thanks for the comment. On #10, I was using a preset to start editing, so it already had the lens correction on 100 - I hadn't looked much into it. These were all pretty fast edits. Here are a few changed ones. Let me know what you think.

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    I lowered the exposure to see the detail of her dress along with taking the vignette off. Someone mentioned that I should do that. What do you think?
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    #11 is my favorite. I love the expression but I think it may be a little too warm? Love the series. I bet it was difficult with all that white sand :)
     

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