How to achieve this effect?

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  1. vizard

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    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish Supporting Member

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    Uh, pick one. You have links to 3 different effects.
     
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    IgsEMT No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I'll take a hit at #2 - the wedding one.
    higher shutter speed on a sunny day with B&G blocking the sun thus you get a silhouette. If using a flash to light them up, it won't look like a silhouette obviously by it'll definitely emphasize your subject.
    David Ziser, David A. Ziser talks about shooting above cameras sync speed with a flash, look up his blog Digital ProTalk.
     
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    Why don't ask the original poster for flick 1 link, since he posted this in these forums not to long ago.
     
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    Er, yeah. What he said. o_O
     
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    the sky looks like its a grad filter.. but it can also be acheived in PP by adding a Grad Filter, filter..
     

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