Best Of First Engagement Session! C&C Welcome

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  1. squee

    squee TPF Noob!

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    1. I asked her to make her way through the tall grass/brush and pop out at him.
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    Nick & Wina by omgitsabbey, on Flickr

    2. But I don't think he got the point until this shot. Love it aside from the weeds in her face.
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    Nick & Wina by omgitsabbey, on Flickr

    3. This is definitely my favorite.
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    Nick & Wina by omgitsabbey, on Flickr

    4. The cliche "road ahead" shot...
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    Nick & Wina by omgitsabbey, on Flickr

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    Nick & Wina by omgitsabbey, on Flickr

    6. I just don't know how I got this, so I decided to make it look like the viewer was spying. :)
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    Nick & Wina by omgitsabbey, on Flickr

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    Nick & Wina by omgitsabbey, on Flickr

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    Nick & Wina by omgitsabbey, on Flickr

    Sorry for the overload. Enjoy. :mrgreen:
     
  2. edouble

    edouble TPF Noob!

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    The weeds photos aren't your best our theirs. They look like a happy couple and you captured that. It looks like you used natural light without flash, good job making that work.
     
  3. misstwinklytoes

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    I think I would prefer the original color on all of these instead of the blue/sepia/b&w tones you have going on.

    She kinda looks like a creepy stalker in #1 and he's just oblivious or annoyed or something, lol.

    I agree about the weeds in #2, but I'm not really feeling the theme either.

    Three and four are my favorites but I wish the background was more blurred.

    I would like five more if the grass wasn't on the right, maybe just behind them.

    Vignette is WAY too harsh in #6, IMHO.

    Seven is probably my favorite of the set.

    I like 8, but I wish you had taken a step to the right or another one to the left, the angle just feels weird to me.
     
  4. DanFinePhotography

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    #4-7 are really good, the others dont do much for me. The colors, weeds, composition ..etc
     

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