My 3rd Wedding!! EVER :)

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These were taken at my most recent wedding - my 3rd now!! Slowly but surely starting to get around ( not in that way :lmao: )!! And thought it was appropriate being Valentines Day, and all.:hug:: Still have over 400 shots to go through

Would love to know what you think, and perhaps if you have any constructive critisism, as I have another wedding on the 25th, then one on the 10th March, and also the 11th.. phew.

Now, if I can just catch my breath..400,399,398.. haha

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I've only one constructive comment... I think that in the second one you should crop out a bit of top. to much space ther for me... the rest is great! I do love the 3rd one and fourth one
 

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Congrats on the wedding work! I like them, but the first three are rather dark (and I double checked my monitor settings this time :p). I see that you saved them with a "Dot Gain 20%" profile. When saving JPGs for the web, you need to "convert to profile" to sRGB in order to have everything maintained when viewed in a browser. I think they could use a little work using levels and curves also, just to get their black points, white points, and contrast adjusted.

I'll bet they are going to be very happy with your work.
 
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markc said:
I see that you saved them with a "Dot Gain 20%" profile. When saving JPGs for the web, you need to "convert to profile" to sRGB in order to have everything maintained when viewed in a browser. I think they could use a little work using levels and curves also, just to get their black points, white points, and contrast adjusted.

Hey Mark, Thanks for the comments - I always forget to "save for web" and adjust accordingly - Shall put a big fat note on the monitor to remind myself. Re: contrast etc - they have been worked on, and I have mapped the white & black points, but now looking at them here, they are a little dark. Might need to double check the settings at home..

Thanks!! :mrgreen:
 
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I've only one constructive comment... I think that in the second one you should crop out a bit of top. to much space ther for me... the rest is great! I do love the 3rd one and fourth one

mm. Nice idea! I'll give it a shot tonight, and see how i go !

Thanks :mrgreen:
 
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Thanks Woodsac - Perfect overcast day, with a warming filter on . No PS colour changes done to the hand shot - even I was impressed! haha
 

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