Pics from my first wedding 56k warning

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  1. bp22hot

    bp22hot TPF Noob!

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  2. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Looks like you did a good job.
     
  3. danalec99

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    Hi bp22hot,

    You have done fine for the first time :thumbsup:. Your experience as a portrait photographer reflects in these shots.

    My thoughts:
    Image 2 - Underexposed.
    3 - It needs to be straightened.
    4 - My favourite from the series. Personally would love more saturation.
    5 - It would have been great if you did not chop their hands and the flowers off the frame. :)
    6 - Another favorite! :thumbup:. Again votes for more punch!
    7 - Cool shot. The foreground is unwanted though, imo.
    8 - Do you happen to have another frame with the groom smiling? Everyone loves the stereotypical "happy" photos.
    11 - You have raped them with flash :). Shadow/Highlights tool in PS will come in handy!

    Shadows/Highlights, USM are needed tools when you postprocess.

    Under the tight pressure, you have done great! I am sure they will love the photographs.

    Daniel
     
  4. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice variety of locations and angles. This is an area I fear I fall short in. I suppose I've done too many. You have a fresh perspective!
     

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