My 1st & last Wedding

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    scubabear6 TPF Noob!

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    This was my sister-laws wedding and to keep family peace I was elected to shoot it.
    Warning!!! I like nature and wildlife shoots,Not weddings, but c&c are welcome.
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    Shot from balcony/No Flash/with a 135-400 Sigma lens at 400
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    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    They turned out alright. Although you could have told the groom to smile :)
     
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    He Was
     
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    wow.. what a romantic couple..
     
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    LOL I know there was just no feeling of romance at all, it was more like a brother/sister shoot. Also neither one of them has any sense of humor.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    For a first wedding shoot (by a landscape photographer) these are good!
    What I do miss is the SPACES between your photos that are presented here!

    SPACES!

    To not have them flow one into the other.

    PLEASE!

    Funny to hear that you, too, did a "one and only" wedding shoot of late, when I did the same. Maybe you'd care to check out my wedding threads, too? I often could not keep the groom from GRINNING widely :biggrin:
     

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