Aleksandras Babicius wrote:
Just made this image over the weekend... one of my new favs.
This is one to be jealous of for sure. You may want straiten it up a bit, the slight angle change of the building on the right is pretty distracting.
That having been said, when I look, I don't even notice the tilt.... I notice them.
Bride Aren from last memorial weekend - 2 of them....
2)50D w/ 24-70mm L - all natural (no flash)
Fantastic shot Mark! B&W works so well for this one + it's super sharp.
You're the second person to say that. It's tilted due to the sun hitting the ground, litterally RIGHT in front of them and I didn't want it in the shot. That having been said, when I look, I don't even notice the tilt.... I notice them.
I can PS in some foreground and fix the tilt without too much trouble. Thanks for the help.
This is one of my best friends. I wasn't her wedding photographer, but of course she let me "float" at the wedding and I managed to nab this and a handful of others that came out good (or at least I thought so). Anyway, two different versions of the same shot. Thoughts on either?
...and boy it's a tough choice to make. But I guess this photo of the bride's parents right before the ceremony is it...
I've only done one wedding. I shot it in a photojournalism style, which is to say "just me," with an eye for the honest unscripted moments of who we really are. For me these are the photos that truly speak and last. Two faves )
I am new here but here goes my photo! Theres so many beautiful photos on this post is awesome and motivating!
I love the lighting in your photo!!