My first job as a photographer.

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  1. Ihaveaquestion

    Ihaveaquestion TPF Noob!

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    "Engagement Pictures"


    Its a good thing I wasnt payed :p

    I found out sunny days suck.

    I battled the sun all day.


    It turned out good though my sister was happy with a few of the pictures.



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    These are good shots. Are you using a fill flash? And, in #1 photo, don't be afraid to turn your cam upside down with a fill flash at that angle. The f/f would of bounced off the lips and would have giving that section of your subjects an even balance of light. All are great and very well composed.
     
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    How is it a job if you are not getting paid? Again good compositionally. White card bounce would be effective.
     
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    They're engagement photos
     
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    So they were a gift? At any rate the point is that you have some good photos here. Of course lighting can make or break a shoot. The next shoot will turn out better.
     
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    Thanks Craig.

    I learned alot from this shoot.
     
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    these are good.... my only advice, try to never shoot into the sun when its bright, or hazy.... unless you want the shilouette look on purpose....:wink:
     
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    Yep. It is all about learning a lot from each shoot.
     
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