A&P Bridal Photos

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  1. hardcore2Jazz

    hardcore2Jazz New Member

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    A couple of pics from my roommate's fiance's 'photo shoot'.

    Some turned out ok, but any suggestions on what I can do to prep them for print will help.
    We had a couple of 'helpers' for these shots. One held a homemade reflector which consisted of cardboard and aluminum foil and directed sunlight into the dark areas near the face.
    Unfortunately I didn't have my 50mm 1.4 lens until AFTER these pics. :wtc:

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    I wasn't a fan of this shot because of the background.

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    I liked the concept of this shot but it wasn't very easy to compose with her in a wedding dress.
     
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    The pictures look really flat and uncolorful/washed out.
     
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    I just compared these to the full size images and a lot of the red looked was desaturated on the smaller images. I didn't change anything in the colors. What could be done to bring life back to the pics? I used a Soft FX/Level3 and an 812 warming filter for a lot of these, but the small pics do not reflect it.
     
  4. I hope the photographer didn't cost alot of money :o
     

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