new here... my sister's wedding :)

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  1. subtledreamer

    subtledreamer TPF Noob!

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    Hi all~ i'm new to this forum. been into photography as a hobby for a couple of years now; just few months back I picked up the 350d and been in love with slr's since then. Really looking forward to learning lots of great things from all the knowledgable people here. :)

    Here are some pictures from my sister's wedding back when i first got it... it was a great fun & experience using and getting the hang of the camera!

    Constructive comments are very welcome :mrgreen:

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hallo Jonathan, and welcome to ThePhotoForum.
    Nice camera you got yourself there. (I have the same :biggrin: )
    One tip for the future (and you might want to go back into this thread of yours, too, with the edit button, if you still can): whenever you send more than let's say five photos in one thread, please number your photos. It is much easier for the viewer to then comment on the individual photo. OK?

    Now I can only say: nice series, and your sister was a beautiful bride!
     
  3. carddesigner

    carddesigner Darn that lens cap!

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    Nice photos. You got some really great candid shots. #11 is such a nice one, very touching. It looks like you really captured the important (though aren't they all) moments of their wedding day. The children are very cute, by the way!

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    AprilRamone TPF Noob!

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    I really love #21 :)
     
  5. spencer87

    spencer87 TPF Noob!

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    #15 and 21 are my favorites.

    one thing that will help improve your shots a lot is to make sure your verticals are truly vertical and your horizons horizontal. Take a look at 19, 22 and 24 for example, a little 'crop and straighten' would really clean these up.

    looks like everyone was having a great time and you captured that well!
     
  6. subtledreamer

    subtledreamer TPF Noob!

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    thanks for the warm welcome and kind advice good sir! :afro:

    thank you! i love candid shots, i think it really gives that "at the moment & place" feel rather than simply having people stand in front of the camera and smile :mrgreen:

    #15 & 21 are my favs as well~ :)

    and thanks for the little tip spencer, i'll def keep that in mind while shooting/editting in the future!
     

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