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    Would appreciate your critique....

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    Catchlight... thanz for helping me post the picture...

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    don't mention it..
    you're welcomed..

    btw, take out "The End" will be even better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    don't mention it..
    you're welcomed..

    btw, take out "The End" will be even better.
    Agree with catchlight... remove the "The End" wording...
    Just me...

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    OKie.. will take note of that... thnz

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    the white balance ???!!!!!
    i still prefer the pure white look for this pic

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    I thought that white was nice but a bit conventional for wedding pictures... so was hoping that a bronze color would make the picture a bit more interesting,...but point taken...thanz and welcome more comments for improvement

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    I think the lower part gives me a bit headache cos it's not blur enough, should have photoshoped to make more attention to the rings and pleasant feel for the lower part (below the rings).

    Besides, to me, droping shadow of such thin and elegant font is very difficult to read (especially when the text is white, the background is light color and the shadow is so far away, difficult to read as a text with shadow, but rather 2 texts). If I were you, I would use outer glow with dark tone and smooth spread out instead of droping shadow.

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