My try in my fren engagement ceremony.

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  1. salleh

    salleh TPF Noob!

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    As i said..i'm not good in these. but NO..my fren begged me to be her cameraman for that day (coz its free) :er: . Comments pls..



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    5)this one is my fav..
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    again, feel free to comment.. :mrgreen:
     
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    Very pretty lady. I like the third, but it could use for a bit tighter crop to lose some of the clutter on the right side.
     
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    I agree, she looks very nice in #5, but I think there is just too much cluttering stuff around her going on. Perhaps you could crop some of that out? I feel the same about #4, she totally gets lost with all of the other visual stuff that's going on around her. BTW, she is very beautiful!
     
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    Hmm..will do that :). thanks guys
     
  5. salleh

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    Ok, i'm retrying again, see if its ok.

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    I crop the pics.
     
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    I've just got to say that I am not liking that sepia toning. It just gives a very unpleasant look to the photos. I think you should either keep them in color, or go black & white. If you just really like sepia, try toning it down a little bit so that you have more cremes and beiges and not so brown and tan. It doesn't sound like a big difference, but it will make a huge one.
     
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    Ok will do that. thanks
     

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