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    Default My 3rd Wedding

    first wedding for me this year


    IMG_4873 by Macro-man, on Flickr


    IMG_4865 by Macro-man, on Flickr


    IMG_4844 by Macro-man, on Flickr


    IMG_4838 by Macro-man, on Flickr


    IMG_5056 by Macro-man, on Flickr

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    Like the Photos, well done, I would be happy with them at any of my weddings.

    The way my record runs I get married at least every 10 years, I have 3 x wives and 1 current and she is on the cusp of reaching 7 years with me even if we only got married this year.

    Guess I like to trade up/down in my life
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    Nice sharp shots . Not liking all of the poses and especially the first shot pose i marry the car .(all good , nice car ) Perhaps to much a bride posing (stiff)and a bit silly looking at times ,it looks to forced.. like the kiss and the bouquet shot it (the bouquet )hangs like an attachment on the end of her arm like a wee muscle exercise thing... not to much passion. i would have liked to see that wrapped around the back of his head . Just my opinion and the framing and quality of your shots look really nice . Love 4865 they look a bit more relaxed but the bride loves that car ! They look like a lovely couple and nice shots , they would have been happy with them ...best wishes for your next booking .
    Disclaimer ... I am not a professional photographer so these are just my nit picks

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    thanks for the input guys

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    I like the poses and technically the shots are pretty much spot on. My only nitpick is with the second image where I would be bluring the background to remove the guys sitting and the one in the car park.
    Cheers

    Paul

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    All looks very professional, nice skin tones. Nice gentle shadows (brides face) on the kiss shot.

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    thanks guys I'v allready done lost guys in car park in edit just one to go


    IMG_4865 by Macro-man, on Flickr

    btw this is only edit done ,all other shot are as they came out of the camera , a Canon 5DmkII 24-70 2.8 L
    Last edited by Macroman; 09-08-2012 at 06:20 PM.

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    Watching the background is one of the most important things, 2 steps to the left and their bodies would have hidden all that.

    Good posing tip, have one smell the other like on a wrist or just on the neck. And sometimes eyes closed is good, tell them to think about later to get a good expression.

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