Engagement Photos from fall...

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  1. df3photo

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    Earlier in the fall so friends had me do there Engagement photos. These where taken in a park in Washington, PA (I wish I could remember the name of the park) It suposidly has the highest consentration of covered bridges in the US although I only posted one picture with one it... and its too close to tell what it is...
    My photoshop color fixin skills arent the best... I know...

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    this ones at the covered bridge (its the red part...)
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    I just love this tree, so I had to ad this pic
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    I have a bunch more but these are some of my favorites and I hope I didnt already post to many...
    thanks for looking, let me know what you think!:thumbup:
     
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    Those are really good!! I really like the last 2!!!
     
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    Thanks Zoe08! those are also my favorite 2!
     
  4. Big Mike

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    The poses all look pretty good, nice work. The colors do look a little wonky though.
     
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    I haven't pulled them into PS to see yet, but the contrast seems a bit flat. Especially the ones in the shade.
     
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    thanks Big Mike... like I said, I need to work on the colors and contrast... I just suck at it on ps... Give me a color or b&w dark room and I used to be pretty good...
     
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    You know if you would just get rid of that film stuff they would look alot better. OK just kidding. They are nice. They could use a little more contrast or then again my monitor could just be out of wack again.
     
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    thanks jcharcalla...
     
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    I like the composition of the last one, they just seem a bit fuzzy to me though.
     
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    These are good, I love the last one. As you mentioned, the color needs tweaked....otherwise they're very nice captures.

    Great job!
     
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    Thanks! yea the fuzzyness of some of them (im surprised wasnt brought up yet) I belive stems from my scanner. these where scanned at a low quality and I noticed when I do that I think the scanner viberates alittle bit and makes the fuzzy... the prints look good. Anyone have this problem with a scanner??

    thanks again.
     
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    Ummm... I didn't go through with it, but I thought about slitting my wrists when I got engaged, too.


    J/K, but you may want to chop out the red paint under his wrist in #1 as long as you're in photoshop.

    I think 4 and 5 are my favs as far as poses go. Looks pretty good.
     

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