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    Default My First Wedding Photography

    Please give C & C. Need to know where to imrpove on as this is my first try. Thanks.

    Last edited by eikin; 23rd September 2007 at 10:35 PM. Reason: remove extra image and edit image link

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    Default Re: My First Wedding Photography

    hi. both images are sharp. but looks underexposed and the tone is not very nice.

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    For C&C, can you describe your picture?
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    Default Re: My First Wedding Photography

    js_chia, please note that critique request is limited to 1 picture post per week, and please include a short writeup for your picture as per guidelines http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=273376 extra image has been removed.

    thanks.
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    hi,

    framing is decent, sharpness is there.. but.. your skin color has to be adjusted.. its has a little greeny hue..
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    agree with the problem of white balance.

    For such a picture with only the people in the subject and if you want to shoot with a nice sky, i suggest you turn your subject anticlockwise from where they are standing, then you will be in front of the sun. The sun will light up the sky in front of you blue instead of shooting into the sun and competing with it for the right exposure between the subject and the sky.

    the last thing you want to have is to have a blown sky grabbing all the attention yes?

    one more thing, since there is natural light, make full use of it. Try side lighting? the light on their faces look extremely flat in my opinion. Too flat to be of any flattering sense towards the couple. The sun is not as merciless, try different angles and you will find it to be forgiving and even a blessing in disguise!
    Last edited by sprintist; 24th September 2007 at 01:15 AM.

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    Sorry. First time post pic. Will remember to write description.
    And thanks for all the c & C. Will take note of what to look out for.

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