wedding day

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  1. 92sir

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    Thought I would share a shot from my cousins wedding. Let me know what you think

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    Composition is great minus one little detail, I think their faces could be brighten/doged up a little bit. Other than that it is excellent!
     
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    Crop is to tight. Darken the church brighten the couple.
     
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    Thanks for the critques. I darkened the church an brightened the couple. Hopefully thats better.

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    Also there is a plant or flowers attached to the church which gives the groom some funny hair. Otherwise a nice shot
     
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    good exposure.
    what's missing is the little tower on top of the church, it should have been within the frame.
     
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    That was the first thing I noticed. Once I get past that I think it's a pretty solid shot...I just got the first impression that the groom had a comb-over that had gone awry.
     
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    The bride's veil kind of takes away from any kind of sharpness in her face.
     
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    excellent point!
     
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    I like your use of angles. Next time when shooting from below, have the couple bend slightly at the hip towards the camera, it will look odd to anybody passing by but will correct the perspective for the camera.
     
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    good wedding portrait
    seems like PS infrared conversion applied
     
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    This is a really great demonstration of using angle to establish a sense of dimension.
     

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