my first photoshoot


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khairi

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gee...you seem desperate for comments...:D
then try this...post your selected photos for comments into the forum
from what i see, most would comment freely if a threader post photos into the forum.
If pbase can't hotlink, then try www.photobucket.com , its the best so far.

for your shots...the best of the lot is DSC_1556.JPG
but prefer to clone off the drain and crop wisely to focus on the bride.
and crop this one too: DSC_1583.JPG - focus on the bride.
Maybe do a sepia tone for DSC_1567.JPG would be nice.

the only one out is DSC_1574.JPG ... you tried to put emphasis on the tall pillar. :D

and btw...congrats...that u r married...he he he :D
 

Paul_Yeo

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I am using Nikon D70 camera.

I am desperate for comments bcos I love to learn :D

Oh, so posting pics is better than posting URL right? :think:
 

Paul_Yeo

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BTW, i reduced the resolution drastically. thus, it is not the camera fault but my fault if u see blurry images
 

OzOn3

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DSC_1539.JPG left end.. Maybe can crop to remove the excess area there..

DSC_1556.JPG focus on the tree behind instead of her? haha..

DSC_1574.JPG, i was looking at the pillar instead of the bride =x.. Try using fill flash?
 

Paul_Yeo

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Thanks for your comments.

Think the PIllar really needs to be cropped. hee :dunno:

I am also from HWZ forum. Always the same nick - actually not nick as it is my name. hee
 

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