Not another "wedding picture" thread

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by edouble, Jun 19, 2010.

  1. edouble

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    I took a few pictures at my fiance's sister's wedding. There was a hired pro photographer. I was trying to capture small details that the pro might not have had time for. I had taken hundreds, here are a few. Whatcha think?

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    pretty interesting so far, but where is the groom and the bride :)
     
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    Like I said there was a paid pro taking all of the wedding party shots. I remained in the background enjoying the ceremony. I didnt use any flash..... Here are a couple I did snap off though. None of my pictures are edited, they are as they were shot.

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    like the small detail pics. The other pics seem to be very basic and not very attention grabbing for me... but I understand you were working with limitations for sure.
     
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    I like the glass one, nice shallow DoF. I would have shot it portrait orientation though, and gotten rid of the glass thing on the right, either by moving it or shooting at a different angle.
     
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    Good idea
     
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    Bump for more comments please
     
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    Lighting is neat in number 2 (of original post). Glass is nice, but white balance needs to be addressed, and I would have gone portrait instead of landscape to capture the stem as well.

    Looks like fun!

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