Flower Girl

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  1. ShutteredEye

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    Fell in love with this cute flower girl at the last wedding I was shooting at...

    Really tough lighting, and I'm frustrated that the sharpest of these came with her head turned away... Oh well. The one that got away, aye?
     
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    Those are beautiful photos. That little girl looks like a princess! Great job!!!!
     
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    I agree, very beautiful photos. I can see why you were a bit frustrated with the lack of sharpness in the first two, but the blur lends an air of surreality or surrealness (lol is either of those a word?).
     
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    Nicely Done
     
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    i love that in the second one you can see the wedding band . . . at weddings i have shots that i look at and later notice the rings, and i think thats a great thing to pretend to do conciously if you aren't already (my clients love it)

    and i have the same prob, i end up shooting iso 1000 at f/1.8 and having just barely not enough light.

    have you ever considered having continuous lighting at weddings when needed? because this is a recurring problem i have . . . and am assuming you have this problem often enough to worry about it as well. any thoughts?


    also, love the texture in the floor in the third.
     

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