Engagement - casual shots

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  1. Ajay

    Ajay TPF Noob!

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    Here's a few of the shots we did in their casual clothes. Feedback welcome and appreciated!

    1- This was the first shot I've ever taken with fill flash - I never realized what a difference it makes!
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    4- inspiration from Allsmiles...
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  2. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I think you did very good with these Ajay. The couple should be pleased.

    If I could make a few notes from what I see.

    #1 - The background is a bit overexposed, but I find the building more distracting.

    #2 - Nice pose and composition. Legs are a bit overexposed.

    #3 - Like the tilt, but her left pants leg is cut off.

    #4 - Perfect.

    #5 - He looks uncomfortable and I don't like seeing his ankle. Her hands are cut off.

    #6 - Nothing wrong here!

    #7 - I like the unique capture. The ring just doesn't pop enough.

    Hope that didn't hurt because that wasn't the intent, just what I see. You really did some nice work here.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. Ajay

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    Thanks kundalini. That's exactly the kind of feedback I like getting - definitely didn't hurt.

    I didn't even notice the building in #1 - might go back and do some cloning there. It's funny - the guy really liked #5. I wasn't crazy about his visible ankle either, but I couldn't decide on a crop that I liked. I cut off quite a few hands and fingers in this whole shoot - must pay more attention to that next time. Any suggestions on making the ring pop more on the last one?
     

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