Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by bennielou, Apr 15, 2010.
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Over the top?
These are great! Retouching no more than what makeup could do
nicely done, I understand Catherine's desire for your photography
Retouching is a little over the top for my taste, but it's done very well, good job.
I agree - they are lovely bridals. I do think #1 and #4 is rather soft for my taste, but if your client wanted it then way to go!
I just did the cowboy boots and flowers this past weekend with a bride - love it!
Besides that, the photos themselves are great. You just suck at PP,... like a lot.
i dont like your post processing, the bride is gorgeous and doesn't need it, it makes her look fake. I think the white in her eyes in #1 is way too over processed... i'd go back and lessen up on that a little bit... too white and too fake.
#8 is my favorite out of all of them... cute and sweet and girly... all brides need a down to earth shot like that.
I thought #2 was a boudoir shot until I realized it was her wedding dress and not a bed sheet.
Love #5 ... Number 6 is stunning ... and I love the fact that she wore cowboy boots under her dress ... save a horse, ride a cowgirl, eh?!
Thank you. I have been trying to back off the "over the top" stuff, but every once in a while, I get brides who want that type of thing.
Yeah, I thought that was so fun. It was her idea. I can't wait to work on her wedding, because she is one of those wonderful brides who just wants to play and have fun. She's game for pretty much anything.
2, 5, and 6 are my favorite
usually 2 would be too much retouch for me.. but her eyes are super sharp and it makes me melt
Burn, I have no idea what you are talking about. LOL. But thanks for looking.
Jackie, thanks for looking and your comments. You are right, it is not for everyone, but something expressely desired by the bride.
Thanks Dom Yo. #2 isn't something I would normally give a bride, because I wouldn't think they would want to enlarge it. But there was just something sweet about it, IMO.
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