Recent outside wedding pics...Brrrrrrrr

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  1. Deadeye008

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    This was one of the fastest wedding sessions I've done because it was so cold outside... C&C Welcome
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    Very nice! I think the surface blur on number 9 is too high, soften it a bit and I think it'll look much better.
     
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    Thanks! I'll have to take a look at the hi-res version of #9. The surface blur on all these was set the exact same so it may be just because it is a low-res version that it looks really soft. Thanks for commenting.
     
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    Great pics, but the first thing that caught my eye in 10,11 was the building in the background being off axis. If that was your intention, cool but it drew my eye away from the couple. Other than that, great shots!
     
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    Thanks for the comments. #11 is supposed to be tilted. I checked #10 with grids in photoshop and it lined up straight. Maybe it's an optical illusion...:mrgreen:
     
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    Sorry, I ment 9 and 10. 10 probly was just an optical illusion.
     
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    Nice work.

    Don't you love it when the groom wears white? It's so much better than a black tux, which tends to look like a black blob next to a white dress.
     
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    Yes, I do love it!
     
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    I like!

    amazing shots
     
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    Do they not look blurry to everyone else? The couple I mean. #7 is the only one that I'm not rubbing my eyes thinking my contacts are dried out looking at. I'm at work on a poorly colored Dell monitor though.....

    Very pretty girl, he's a lucky groom.

    Composition wise, #3 and #6 are my favorites. Very nice leaning against the columns like that.
     
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    Thanks for the comments. I believe the combination of the pictures being soft and low-res is producing the out of focus look. The hi-res pics look fine. Maybe I'll post one... Thanks again for commenting.
     
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    Just a couple picky detail comments: :wink:

    Watch the rings - just a slight twist and the brides ring would be much better.

    Hands. I, and a lot of parents, have problems with mens hands in their pockets. It's especially goofy when he's kissing his bride. And in #2 his hand is just hanging there. Give hands something to do - touch her, hold her hand, or at least hide it behind the flowers. Same with the bride in front of the cathedral - her hand is just hanging there, kinda of dead?

    Hands are tricky and take a lot of guidance from the photographer.
     

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