Second Wedding Shots

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  1. KevinR

    KevinR TPF Noob!

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    I was not the main photographer, I was pretty much shadowing. But he wanted to use some images. I was not getting the best angles but thats ok. I thought I got some decent shots. Here are a few. I have not processed everything.
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    This was a pretty rushed wedding. We only 15min for formals in the church, and it started raining outside. The bride and groom did the dances and cake cutting as soon as they got to the reception so that the groom could change into jeans and t-shirt. Not my wedding.:D
     
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    You've got some great ones there! I bet they'll prefer yours to the photographer's shots!!

    Rob
     
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    Thanks...he's a pose and shoot guy. Not alot of candids and the small stuff.
     
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    nice!! Can i please ask what b&w conversion technique you used???... great rich tones - LOVE IT - and i bet they will to! #9 is a ripper!! ha ha... Liking the borders too!
     
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    I use the gradient map and if I need a little more tweaking, I will use another adjustment layer with the channel mixer in CS2. Got the gradient map conversion from a Kevin Kubota (Digital Photography Boot Camp).
     
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    Nice shots, #2 &5 are my faves.
     
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    Good shots. I love all the "Photographers" in #3.
     

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