1. In what area is critique to be sought?
Processing and recovering details in the photo. I shot raw but during processing, it is either the groom's face being overbright by sunlight or bride's face being under-expose qhwn I tried to do some image processing. I am seeking for advise if I could improve the photo due to my noob skill. Framing wise, I am pretty confident I did a decent job, but I love to hear comments from more seasoned photographers as well.
2. What one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
I was hoping to get a picture of them looking forward and think of their future, may it be their children, their house or their work. (Like you can add the following caption: "After our marriage, we shall go for honeymoon, buy a house at Sengkang, and have a scoccer team of children!") I hope to add a dreamy feel, but with determination.
3. Under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
This picture was taken indoor, with focal length at 50mm F4 to get sharp picture with bokeh background. However, I did a little mistake to shoot at ISO 800, should have shoot lower ISO and perheps bigger F-stop. Sadly, due to the harsh noon sunlight from the windows, Groom's face seems to be over-exposed.
4. What the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture
I quite love this picture alot and they love it as well. But due to my in-experience in photo editing, I wish to seek advice from photographer here on how to recover the groom's over-exposure. I will consider making it BW if colour cannot be recovered. >.<
Any C&C is welcomed. This is my first attempt doing pre-wedding shots and I do not wish to disappoint my God-sister and God-Sister-in-law. Thanks!!