Bride came out of camera like a painting.

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  1. elsaspet

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    Love them all! And I see what you mean by looking like a painting........stunning!! Again, your lighting is awesome!
     
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    Thank you so much again Sheldon! This one was boomed by the 580. Single flash on pocket wizard.
     
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    They look great! Nice work:)
     
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    When I was shooting for TriCoast, we used slave flashes all the time, but we used a 580 on-camera to trigger the slave. I can see where the PW's would be much more reliable, especially outdoors. Great job with the lighting!
     
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    A+ Great job!
     
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    That first one especially is stunning, and the lighting is indeed lovely. The dress details in the second one are beautiful, and she looks so natural in that 'pose'. Really like the setting for these.
     
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    Nice job, I love it.

    Besides the 580, did you do anything else to achieve those results? If you don't mind sharing your secrets.
     
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    Excellent as usual!!!!
     
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    Stunning!
     
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    As always, wonderful!
     
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    Thank you guys. I'll get back with you when I find out if I am ok or not. :)
     

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