Wedding @ The Twin Oaks House & Garden, San Diego

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  1. codymeyer

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    Amy and Michael got married at the beautiful Twin Oaks House and Garden in San Marcos California a couple of weeks ago. Here are some of my favorite shots. I would love some C&C...and if you have any questions let me know!

    As always, more images on my blog


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    I like the set! Great work. Minor nit pick on photo 5. I feel like im falling to the left. haha.
     
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    bigboi3 TPF Noob!

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    Lookin at the veranda it looks straight.. the ground is just not.
     
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    Overall, very nice
    Be careful with brides that are heavyset (image 3). You made her look bigger then she really is. Its a nice shot BUT not for this bride.
     
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    love the concept of number 2
     
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    I liked the soft, romatic feeling of the processing on #5, and a nice low-angle camera position too...having the camera that low really,really adds to the feeling of the shot.
     
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    I photographed a wedding there a couple years back. I love the location. Everything is at one site. Great pictures.
     
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    Heavyset????? Seriously????? This bride is NOT heavyset. NOT.

    People's perception of what is heavyset these days is disgusting.

    She is gorgeous and I actually really like #3, her eyes are very crisp.

    Love the colors in the first shot and the hanging dress photo.

    Great job!
     
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    I think you did a fantastic job on these Cody! I would've love to have seen the entire bouqet in #1 in focus. But thats just me. I love your work!
     
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    i think #8 is also a bit unflattering with the amount of folding skin around the top of the dress.

    k, no one was being mean spirited in refering to her as heavy set...but shes not thin. i agree with you that todays perception of thin is groteque but thats not where he was headed with his comment. im pretty confident in that. insulting the bride was not his goal, but i agree that some angles can accentuate someones size.
    i agree that she is gorgeous, and truth be told, i prefer her shape over a size 0 any day of the week. i likes my ladies with some curve. ;)

    i get what youre saying but i think his post was meant to be truly helpful.
     

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