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kei66

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Any comments about this pic?
The couple behind are the bride and bridegroom.

I know i still got a lot to learn from u guys.. :)
Thanks in advance... !
 

Canew

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I would prefer a shot without the flash. Ambient lighting would be better, I would like to think. :)
 

sumball

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There are two glasses with some liquid inside, not merely two wine glasses.

Well, I don't see any relationship between the glasses and the couple. And this is just a snap shot. If you could, compose it in the way that the couple's image appear on the glasses with the couple poses for you and the groom not touching (digging?) his nose?
 

kei66

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:) thanks.. i will take note in future shots..
 

Reflection

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Dont' mind me. Just thought i'd make it a little more interesting.:)

 

ortega

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the flash spoils the shot

glass and liquid looks best when the light is behind or back + side
try it

Note: glass also needs to be very clean
 

fotoboy

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Agreed with ortega, both glasses are dirty (with grease I think), that spoiled the mood.
 

Francis247

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Hi,

Just a thought here, the reflection from the flash kind of spoilt the photo. The groom's body language is somehow distracting. Maybe a more shallow DOF to totally blur out the background and only see the outline of both the groom and the bride.

I understand what you want to portrait out. Good attempt anyway. ;)
 

Andosg

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I worked in the bar before, think the two glass here are "flute" glass, more for cocktails, so maybe consider the naming again. Unavoidable stains anyway.
 

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