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what u think? 2 years 9 months ago #5610

  • roy panaguiton
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hi guys. did my first prenup shoot.do your worse CC :)

using nikon D5000 + tamron 28-75mm 2.8
fog came in very quick.

1. @75mm. using brenazir method

February 03, 2014BW by mykevixen, on Flickr

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February 03, 2014DSC_0034-Edit by mykevixen, on Flickr

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February 03, 2014DSC_0283-Edit1 by mykevixen, on Flickr

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February 03, 2014DSC_0152-Edit by mykevixen, on Flickr

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what u think? 2 years 9 months ago #5611

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They look incredible - Nice work!
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what u think? 2 years 9 months ago #5613

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Very nice location. Nice scouting. Very nice shots
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what u think? 2 years 9 months ago #5614

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As a whole, these images are really nice. I like the second image best. For the first image I would add some contrast...a lot of contrast. Lets have some separation between your subject and the surrounding scenery. She blends in to the tree. For the last one, I would have liked it if she was looking up at him to show some connection, some tenderness. Something to say "these 2 are in love."
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what u think? 2 years 9 months ago #5634

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gabe, in the third one, her looking up would show submission rather than trust. I like the way it is.
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what u think? 2 years 9 months ago #5661

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There is a lot of negative space around the first two shots. They have no intimacy, almost voyeuristic due to the distance from the subjects. Cool setting though; love the foggy background.
I think they should be looking into each others eyes in the third shot, it would show more of a connection between the two. Interesting monochromatic effect.
Really like their expressions in the 4th shot. Nice work.
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what u think? 2 years 9 months ago #5662

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I think the 1st one is very well balanced getting rid of the space on the left would put the focus on the tree, and cropping or zooming in would lose a lot of the trees thick brush which adds a lot of character.

The second one is perfect as well because what i like to call "action space" is being presented. Imagine photographing a man on the right of the frame pointing to the left of the frame. It makes sense to open up the left of the frame to capture the intention even if the thing he is pointing to cannot be seen. This man's intention is directed to the left. He is spilling his heart out to the left. So the space behind him is empty and not worth capturing. Yes she is right in front of him, but the action is still exploding out to the left.

The third is fine. Everyone keeps recommending some lame ass cliche gaze into each others eyes. What he captured here is power, and trust. A much stronger image than some teenaged wet dream gaze
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what u think? 2 years 9 months ago #5666

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thank you for all the reply guys. the first image i tried the brenazir method. i think its 8 images stitched together. i should have blurred the tree a bit. that is at 75mm of my tammy 28-75mm. the second photo i cant really go near them as requested by the groom as he proposes. i cant parallel coz the table is in the way. third one i like it that way as brent says it show trust.
this is my first ever prenup shoot with no off camera flash which i should have. you think this will pass for a paid shoot?
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what u think? 2 years 9 months ago #5673

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oh ya, it passes
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