Vineyard

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  1. JTG40cal

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    Went to a wedding at a vineyard today. I am very much a beginner so I didnt get too many shots that came out good, but these too were probably the best:

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    Any input is appreciated.
     
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    I would love to see these in color. Number 2 is my favorite. I can image the feast of a family there. Beautiful.
     
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    Thank you very much! Here are the only two I have in color. I only got my camera three days ago so I am still very new at all this. Any feedback is much apprecaited.


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    I'm still new to photography as well. You're doing great. I like the vineyard in color also.
     
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    These look way too flat. Kick the contrast up some and it will help a bunch.
     
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    The second one looked real cool in B&W . It would be even better if you portrait-cropped it.
    Now the other to would have looked better if it would have been sunny.
    Maybe try boosting the contrast of the sky in lightroom or photoshop with ND effects.
    I hope some one would be kind enought to explain it , because I just solve the problem by using a ND Filter, because the time it takes my computer to open an image or series in lightroom, i can finish a cup of coffee:lol:
     

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