Hi...Haven't posted in a while....Oct 20th wedding..

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  1. Jeepnut28

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    This wedding was the most hours of work I've ever done....started at 8 a.m and ended at midnight......no assistant on this one. I was dead tired after it....let me know what you think?

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    These are some excellent photos! I'd be thrilled if my wedding photog had given me results like this. Especially love the silhouttes/outdoor kissing shots!
     
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    Some very nice shots. No 11 in particular. If I had to say something about the sillohette though it wold be that if you could have made them move so their chins created the love heart it would have been a killer image!

    Great job though....
     
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    I really like these a lot. It looks like you had a great couple to deal with, and they should surely be pleased with these.

    My only gripe (and a minor one at that) is that I'd be tempted to try to crop or clone out the light/power pole and power lines in #11. For some reason my eyes keep getting pulled to that area.
     
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    Me too, but I love the shot, and might even like it better with a slightly tighter crop? This one drew my attention the most, its beautiful!

    I wasn't sure about the color on #8 & #14, and I'd try to remove the hair on her (camera) left eye in #17.

    I think you did a great job and I would've been happy had I been the customer. But the mullet shadows my husband and his groomsmen had in many of our photos make for a great laugh every once in a while :)
     
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    thanks!

    color on #8 is natural light coming in from the stained glass window....it is hard to get the right hue when you have violet light flooding in.....

    I thought about PSng that pole in #11 too, but for some reason, I think it makes the shot more real......or at least that is what I was thinking when I did my editing....

    I didnt even notice that hair on #17.....guess my eyes were glossed over when I got to editing that one.....
     
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    A wonderful series here. You, and they, should be very pleased.
     
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    #11 is wonderful, but clone out the streetlight just to his right.
     
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    I agree with Max, #11 is wonderful. I also think #18 (the last one, my numbering might be off) is absolutely stunning. #3 (the one of the rings in the hand, again, numbering might be off) is awesome too. Great shots throughout, excellent work!
     
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    #11 blows me away. It is stunning. The rest are great too. I'm just wondering, though. What are those weird spots in #5 and #6? They don't really look like lens flare, they almost look like dust specks on the lens reflecting light. What is that?
     
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    that is light specs coming in from the stained glass window on the opposing wall
     
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    aha! Well now I feel dumb. It kind of gives it a disco vibe, doesn't it?
     

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