Bridal ~ outdoors

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  1. nkmaurer

    nkmaurer TPF Noob!

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    I was looking for some ideas on some post processing to do on these pics. I don't know if I am looking for a vintage thing, or bright bold colors or what.....would just like some input on what everyone thinks looks best. Do whatever you want with them, just please share how you did it!

    They are not retouched yet either......I hate tan lines :(

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    #2 the bricks and stuff in to the right is very distracting.
     
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    Everything is TOO in focus, I would have lowered your f stop for a few of these, they seem extremely noisy, and her dress is blown out in spots to be neon.
     
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    +1

    having more separation between the subject and background would be better. peeking at the exif tags they were all shot in auto mode. try shooting in Av (aperture priority) so that you can control the DOP in your pictures.
     
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    Ditto on the DOF
     
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    I agree about the right side of #2. Number 6 is my fav. She looks off balance in #8. Overall nice shots though - really good job. (not a big fan of tan lines - tan lines are the sexiest thing a woman can wear imo but not in a gown)
     
  7. *Mike*

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    +2. Just about all of them are over-exposed, where you've lost waaaay too much detail in the gown. Shallower DOF would definitely help.

    But, great job making her feel comfortable in front of the camera...
     

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