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My Wedding, My Photos
Lens: FA77 LTD Camera: K200D 
Posted By: TOUGEFC, 08-28-2010, 06:24 AM

A few from my wedding yesterday that i took with the FA77 LTD.










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08-28-2010, 11:50 AM   #2
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no comments??? Where's the friendlyness of this forum

These are great! Although I'm usually not a big fan of selective colouring, I like the third one very much!!
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I like the style and the mood it captures. This is the kind of photography I like.
I also have the 77 ltd lens and I like that very much especially in these kind of shots.

Thanks for sharing, well done.
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Thanks for the kind words Rense and Aleonx3! I took around 200 shots and rate of keepers from the fa77 is unbeleivable, i had such a blast taking them.

The pro photog at our wedding is a family friend of ours, and gave me a copy of all the raw photo's he took as well ( over 1000 photos from him) so i have alot of work to do!

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oh wow! wait... you took photos at your own wedding?

great photos, btw
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These are beautiful, Simon. Lovely bokeh, too. My favorite is the second one. Congrats on getting married!
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Beautiful photos!

That really sells the FA77
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QuoteOriginally posted by dugrant153 Quote
oh wow! wait... you took photos at your own wedding?

great photos, btw
Thanks mate, we had a photographer but i took some photo's too.

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These are beautiful, Simon. Lovely bokeh, too. My favorite is the second one. Congrats on getting married!
Thank-you Tamia! Yeah the bokeh from the fa77 is lovely!

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Beautiful photos!

That really sells the FA77
Thanks Christopher! Its really is a must have lens, i love it

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OK, these are a clever use of wide open shots mate.
1, 3 and 5 are simply stunning.
Well done.
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Nice series, I really like the last 2!

Well done
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Congratulations on the wedding. My favorite is the last. I like how you can see the "bubbles" just above the rim of the glass.
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Thanks for the kind words Ash, axl and builttospoil!
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Nicely done
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Nicely done. I'd be curious if you will be happy with the prints you got from 2 and 4. In my experience that type of coloring can look really nice on a monitor but the skin may come out looking quite an unpleasant "ash-gray" in print. But on the monitor they all look great so congrats all around.
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Beautiful photos, they look very sharp.
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