Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by geminigrl24, Jun 15, 2007.
I don't want to be rude, but was the bride's dress really neon blue?
Secondly, you actually don't have the right to be posted the photographers image on this site unless you or your friend specifically paid for the rights to put it online. Just thought I would note that as well.
Looked like a beautiful sunset none-the-less.
Nope. It was white but the sunset was amazing that night. That's an untouched picture. It's just what my camera captured.
Oh and we have all rights to post her pics. One she's a friend and two she gave us all discs to what we want.
Well, I personally prefer the photographers, the blue hues could be slightly brought back better then the colour of the dresses could be corrected in the p&s version. (No, I don't have anything against p&s)
I like the second version...
I like the second one best too
The second one is clearly the professional's. The colors are much "truer" than the first. Good job on the composition though!
Wow you really can tell why they hired a professional. And as far as the compsition I bet it was real tricky to shoot over the photograper's shoulder after he posed the picture.
I'd go for the second one - although both have wonky horizons. There's more detail in it, it's better exposed, the colours are warmer which is right for a sunset.
I don't see how you think the first is better than the second - regardless of what the light actually was like, the second is more natural than the first.
Well I guess you had to be there to see the colors that night. There were all pinks and blues. There were no yellows and reds.
This photographer is good but she almost missed the sunset till the bridesmaids said "hey are we going to take pictures by the water".
One more thing... I wasn't peering over her shoulder during this shoot I was standing next to her.
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