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3 pics from an outdoor wedding
Posted By: thosan, 06-24-2008, 12:21 PM

First time I ever used a camera at a wedding, unfortunatley (if you would believe some) it was kinda fun. Any comments are welcome.
*edit* I used a K10D and Tamron 90mm macro lens. *edit*






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06-24-2008, 05:15 PM   #2
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I really like #2 & #3. Would like #2 better if they were not as centered.
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1 & 2 need some fill flash to even out the photos like #3. Other than that they look great.
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Count me as #3 fan as well, with #1 not so far behind.

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QuoteOriginally posted by vievetrick Quote
I really like #2 & #3. Would like #2 better if they were not as centered.
I agree! =)
#2 captured a wonderful moment! =)
I would have liked to have seen you recompose and having them to the right and then seeing MORE of the location! =)

I have yet to take wedding pictures. Can never seeing it as my thing! LOL
TOOO much PP involved! LOL!
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+1 for me No2 has a ring of only love for 2 exists


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nr 2 for me.. like how they are connected

now why did you frame it like landscape? and not portrait oriented?
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Thanks all for the comments

As for the fill flash comment, I wish i owned a flash.. (need to get one someday).

About #2, well I have to agree looking at the pic again, they are dead center, problem is that the pic is uncroped so i would have had to back up even further away to get more of the scenery (drawback with a 90mm prime).
Why did I shoot it in landscape rather then portrait? well I like the fact that you get more of the "surroundings" when you use landscape.

Once again thanks for the comments

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