Cody & Vincent: (first) E-Session

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  1. JCleveland

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    This past March, I had the honour of shooting some engagement photos of the lovely Ms. Cody and Mr. Vincent, who I happened to go to high school with! They had gotten engaged down by SaskatoonÂ’s weir, so we had travelled our way down to the South Saskatchewan, took a few snaps there, and the troopers they are, followed me down a shady street to a lovely clay wall with a heart painted on it! Fitting? Yes. (Just recently they were house hunting, and they happened to stumble on an available place; it was the house with the clay 'Love' wall!) Enough yammering, this was my very first engagement shoot, so plenty of flaws, but I loved doing them so much, I hope to do many more in the future! C&C always welcome.

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    These look great!

    I love the blown out, high-contrast flavor of 1 and 2. These are just excellent. And number 3, I really like the washed colors and the aggressive playful composure. However, I think the angle is a little unflattering for Vincent. 4 and 5 are a bit more obligatory if you ask me, but they look great. 6 and 7 also look good, but I've never been too big a fan of the put-the-ring-in-weird-places pictures.

    Anyway, all in all, I think they look great and I'll bet Vincent and Cody are going to love them!
     
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    Whoa, I got sucked in by her eyes in number 2. Damn fine work, sir. *tips hat* I'm loving the high-key effect, too.
     
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    LOVE the processing work in #1. Fantastic. It's something similar to the way I do many of mine with my kids. This result is much better than mine though.
     
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    Nice pics. I too like that post processing work in #1.
     
  6. JCleveland

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    Thanks for all the responses. I was so utterly nervous to do this shoot with them for several reasons (knowing them, freezing weather, never doing an engagement... and the list goes on..), but I realized I love doing engagements (well so far lol) and I hope to get more experience with them as times goes on. Thanks again guys!
     
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