More photos, different wedding

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  1. Sharkbait

    Sharkbait TPF Noob!

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    This was this past weekend...

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    I like the subtle colors you used in the selective coloring. It compliments the BW. All too often the selective coloration I see is too saturated and bold, and doesn't seem to be harmonious with the BW.
     
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    I agree. Too often when selective coloring is done it's brought back to 100%, and ends up looking glaring and almost fake against the b/w. When I bring back color, I rarely do it past 75% or so.
     
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    I agree with the selective coloring. I love the variety in angles, as well.

    What camera & lenses did you use for these?
     
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    Primarily a Canon 300d with a Sigma 24-60 f/2.8 and a Canon 20d with a Canon 50mm f/1.8. Some of the longer shots (neither of these) were done with a Sigma 70-200 f/2.8.

    This is one of the long-zoom shots (My wife actually shot this one from about 30 ft away (using tripod)):

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