A&P I stood in, and shot a lot of the pics for a wedding last weekend -- 2 favorites:

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  1. The Green Bastard

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    The Green Bastard Click click click bang

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    And two my fiancee took before the wedding:


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    they need some DOF.

    especially the last one with the bride alone.
     
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    Needs more contrast, and a slight saturation boost.

    #2's concept is sweet. But some of you guys need to learn how to avoid taking pictures at your eye level.
     
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    for shot number 2, what level would you have been at?
     
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    I would have lowered my eye level 6-12".
     
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    Never thought of that.
     
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    Definitely agree. You'd be surprised how much a slight change in eye level drastically affects an image.

    Also, you need some subject separation from the background. The last one would be good except for all the cars in the background. Why not put her back at the wall?
     

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