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Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by tinfish, Nov 22, 2008.

  1. tinfish

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    Good stuff!
     
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    beautiful shots!
     
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    :thumbup:Greetings folks, I am new to this forum and have enjoyed everything that I have seen thus for. Photography was my first business and it got a lil slow so I started www.joatscreenprinting.com and have really enjoyed making t-shirts...however I photographed a wedding last week for a friend and I caught the bug again.

    I shoot with a Nikon and love it but I can not get the detail you got here in your photos, is there flash being used? or what ISO are you shooting???

    Great work and I look forward to posting some of my pics soon.
     
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    I went through the whole gallery and I must say that your work is amazing, some of the best wedding work I have seen.
     
  6. tinfish

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    Wow, thanks everyone for the responses. Joat, yes for most of the day I did use flash. Mainly bounce. With balanced fill I can keep my ISO pretty low between 200 and 600. During the ceremony I shot natural light which pushed the ISO pretty high up to 3200 at times. The first shot was was done with two off camera speedlights.
     
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    nice work. The only thing is that I would clone out the hand in the background in the last photo. I LOVE the first one.
     
  8. Sweetsomedays

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    Absolutely love your creativity and composition.
     
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    number 1 is so awesome
     
  10. Bint Bajunaid

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    It's AWESOME ,,!!

    keep it up :)
     
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    Great shots! The first one is best.
     

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