Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by ( * )( * ), Apr 16, 2007.
6 hour wedding
Using LR to edit entire wedding RICELESS:
That guy must be VERY rich.
who has 56k anymore
shes a pretty photogenic bride
some great shots in there, looks like fun
btw that guy has to be rich
Yeh that dress definatly shows off her best assets
great pics tits!
Them are some awesome pictures
I really need to learn lightroom
I've finally gotten to the point I'm happy in CS2 though
jesus, the first few shots had me thinking he was the father...
Great shots, though.
I only wish I had my 50mm lens when I went to the last wedding.
Edit: though, not thought, though. Tit.
nice stuff Jason. Lr is the shit!
oh and I have the same ring
i am sure the couple will be very pleased and happy with the turn around time. i dont care if it is lightroom or aperture; having dedicated photo software changes everything.
Dunno, he's an engineer of some sort.
Yeah, she was very photogenic. Thanks, it was fun.
Thanks, and don't know about him being rich. They seemed really happy together.
I agree. Best portfolio shots are bride getting ready and couple shots, and bride solo.
Dunno, he seemed like a pretty cool guy.
LOL, he doesn't look THAT old. I've shot worse.
Thanks, 50 mm is a nice FL on FF.
Yup, I :heart: LR.
Yes! I can do ALL the editing/conversion in LR now.
do you use some type of filter or PP filter that keeps them sharp but also giving it a soft look?
It's not intentional, my lenses are soft.
great pics, what do you shoot with?
i love the cake picture, but the blown out right side kinda ruins it for me.
What is this lr you speak off?
Thanks. I'm shooting with Canon cameras and soft lenses.
Yeah, haven't got the preset thing down yet, so stuff like this happens. Shot in RAW so it's an easy fix if I want to correct it.
I'm very impressed.
God damn dude. I hope to one day be half as good as you are
can you be more specific on your soft lenses?