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  1. jt69

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    Hey, Folks. I would be what you will consider the new kid on the block. Never the less I submit some of my latest work for some expert eyes to critique away... Thank you for the feedback.

    #1.Cheering with sunset
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    #2 From same toast.
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    #3 cooler tones...
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    #4 Let's go B&W.
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    #5 Last kiss...
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    LM
     
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    eric-holmes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Level pictures look best in frames on the wall.
     
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    I'm am not a professional, but as a viewer, I just feel like the B&G are just going to slide out of the picture with the severity of the tilt. Obviously you did it on purpose, so there is some artistic measure in it, but to me it just seems extreme for such sentimental moments.

    The first one is awkward to me, with the groom cheering an older man, while the bride is hard to distinguish, off to the side and behind him. I'd cut her out of it completely, or center her more if you cropped it to what we see. Plus... it's really, overly yellow.

    I love the contrast you used, again it's just your personal artistic touches that is not my personal style. I think you could have had the same edgy effects without making it so extreme and confusing to look at.
     
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    I dig the processing, especially #3.. However, I really don't like the angles.. Having to turn my head to try & understand what you were going for in your composition isn't my cup of tea. A slight tilt is OK in certain shots but anything drastic looks amateur, in my opinion. Again though, great processing!
     
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    hold the camera straight
     
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    2 & 4 are my favorites. The over the top processing is kinda cool.
     
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    i really like number 3, im a ***** for cold tones.
    i agree with the others, too much tilted but if the client likes them, why not?
     
  8. jt69

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    Thanks guys... Comments really appreciated.
     
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    Hmm I see that you're using some OCF on some of these. I think some of the angles of your light source might be a little too far from the camera as the shadows are too harsh and long. My favorite is #3 but I think it's still a little hot - you've lost alot of the details. And yes I agree with too much tilting. IMO there's nothing wrong with tilt shots, I tilt enough to where my subjects don't look like they're about to slide of the frame. Just my style.

    Happy shooting.
     
  10. jt69

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    Thanks for the reply. Actually it was not an OCF if you are referring to the last shot, the shadow was created from the light of the videographer which was videotaping at the same time. I took the photo just umping up my ISO. This is the first time I tilt this severe was just trying to get some general consensus. Good think I got like 1000 shots in this wed. Any way good feed back thank you.
     
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    i really like #3. The last one seems too bright though
     
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    Mr. TIM, If you are going to SPAM you SHOULD PROBABLY DO IT SOME WHERE ELSE!!!!
     

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