My first wedding gig.

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    Recently went to Cuba for my girlfriend's best friend's wedding. On the day of the ceremony, I asked them if they had hired a wedding photographer. They said no, so I offered my services. They were pretty ecstatic that I was doing it, but we'll see if they are still that excited when they see the pics. Here are the colour ones first.

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    What do you think? Don't quit my day job......?
     
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    They will be more than excited. I think these photos are great. The b&w shots are amazing.

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    I particularly the first b&w photo. It's got a lot of life.
     
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    All the b/w rock for me.

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    Black and white are very well done, I am sure they will really enjoy them!
     
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    Terrific Pictures. They look like models, of course it's the skill of the photographer that makes them look that way.
     
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    The B&W ones are amazing!!! :thumbup:
     
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    The black and whites are just amazing ... I'm sure they'll love them and considering they weren't even going to have a photog ... it'll mean that much more to them just to have pics

    good work :thumbsup:
     
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    Nice work I'm sure they will be really happy to have sure wonderful pictures to remember their special day.
     
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    1st and 2nd B/W photos are my favorites by far... great stuff!!
     
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    Thanks for all the comments but I don't think I will be advertising my wedding photo business just yet.

    Sounds like the b+w are the real winners, I agree they are a little more striking. They were b+w pro film while the colour was a mixed bag of Fuji Superira, Kodak HD and Kodak Gold. Think the film quality made a big difference?
     

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