Your favorite wedding photo

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  • MountainwomanMountainwoman Big grins Registered Users Posts: 31 Big grins
    edited April 14, 2009
    This thread has been going a while now - here's a couple of my favs
  • MountainwomanMountainwoman Big grins Registered Users Posts: 31 Big grins
    edited April 14, 2009
  • MountainwomanMountainwoman Big grins Registered Users Posts: 31 Big grins
    edited April 14, 2009
  • MountainwomanMountainwoman Big grins Registered Users Posts: 31 Big grins
    edited April 14, 2009
    Sorry couldnt pick just one
  • lilirishangellilirishangel SnapLoon Registered Users Posts: 166 Major grins
    edited April 16, 2009
    These are so wonderful and make mine look inconceivable. I do know it takes time to get the experience and the knowledge to get that good..Just gives me something to strive to.
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  • Gary Peterson PhotographyGary Peterson Photography www.garypetersonphoto.com Portland, OR Registered Users Posts: 261 Major grins
    edited May 26, 2009
    Trash the Dress Session
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    From two summers ago, but I still love it.

    From last summer;

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  • ToshidoToshido Major grins Registered Users Posts: 759 Major grins
    edited May 27, 2009
    Makes me jealous that you guys had bride and groom willing to get dressed up and actually pose or move for weddings.
    Ah well, next time.
  • Unbrok3nUnbrok3n Major grins Registered Users Posts: 444 Major grins
    edited May 30, 2009
    Absolutely perfect shot.
    My #1 favorite out of 13 or whatever pages :)
    im jealous

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    graphic designer/photographer
  • VanquizVanquiz Major grins Registered Users Posts: 199 Major grins
    edited May 31, 2009
    One that I like most, One that clients like least ...

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  • MishkaMishka camera obscura Registered Users Posts: 236 Major grins
    edited June 1, 2009
    Although I prefer the candid look, I like this portrait from a wedding a couple of weeks ago.

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  • FedererPhotoFedererPhoto Major grins Registered Users Posts: 312 Major grins
    edited June 2, 2009
    Just made this image over the weekend... one of my new favs.

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    Minneapolis Minnesota Wedding Photographer - Check out my Personal Photography site and Professional Photography Blog
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  • com3com3 4theriders.com Registered Users Posts: 423 Major grins
    edited June 2, 2009
    Just made this image over the weekend... one of my new favs.

    great shot indeed!!
  • cj99sicj99si Major grins Registered Users Posts: 880 Major grins
    edited June 2, 2009
    Just made this image over the weekend... one of my new favs.

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    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.
  • FedererPhotoFedererPhoto Major grins Registered Users Posts: 312 Major grins
    edited June 3, 2009
    cj99si wrote:
    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.

    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.
    Minneapolis Minnesota Wedding Photographer - Check out my Personal Photography site and Professional Photography Blog
    Here is a wedding website I created for a customer as a value-add. Comments appreciated.
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  • com3com3 4theriders.com Registered Users Posts: 423 Major grins
    edited June 3, 2009
    That having been said, when I look, I don't even notice the tilt.... I notice them.


    +1
  • CTUphotoCTUphoto CTUphoto Registered Users Posts: 131 Major grins
    edited June 4, 2009
    My Best Friend...
    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?

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    Justin Benson
    CTU Photography
  • MA-FOTOMA-FOTO Big grins Registered Users Posts: 85 Big grins
    edited June 4, 2009
    Bride Aren from last memorial weekend - 2 of them....

    50D w/ 24-70mm L - all natural
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    2)50D w/ 24-70mm L - all natural (no flash)
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    Later,
    _Mark
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    Wedding shooters rule!
    (......just 'what' i'm not sure :scratch )
    ~
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  • JAMooreJAMoore Big grins Registered Users Posts: 87 Big grins
    edited June 5, 2009
    MA-FOTO wrote:
    Bride Aren from last memorial weekend - 2 of them....

    2)50D w/ 24-70mm L - all natural (no flash)
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    Later,
    _Mark

    Fantastic shot Mark! B&W works so well for this one + it's super sharp. thumb.gif
  • FedererPhotoFedererPhoto Major grins Registered Users Posts: 312 Major grins
    edited June 5, 2009
    JAMoore wrote:
    Fantastic shot Mark! B&W works so well for this one + it's super sharp. thumb.gif
    +1 ... really like the B&W treatment on this....
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  • sweet carolinesweet caroline Major grins Registered Users Posts: 1,589 Major grins
    edited June 5, 2009
    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.

    They are so prominent that the tilt doesn't bother me at all. I didn't notice it at first.
  • dangindangin what did i just eat? Registered Users Posts: 458 Major grins
    edited June 6, 2009
    CTUphoto wrote:
    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?

    219627069_QYZWy-M.jpg

    214051065_X7eWT-M.jpg

    the b&w is a bad conversion from color. the midtones are muddled and so much of the shadow details are lost that the groom looks like he has nothing below his torso. pop the levels and move the mids and shadows around so there's some discernible details. i'd even overexpose by 1/3 or so just to give the picture some more pop.
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  • MA-FOTOMA-FOTO Big grins Registered Users Posts: 85 Big grins
    edited June 6, 2009
    JAMoore and FedererPhoto.....
    Thanks :D .... it was all about a good lookin' bride.

    I have been working on B&W in LR2, trying to hone in a set technique.

    BTW, the prints from EZphoto (16x20 and metallic finish) are fantastic for B&W.

    Later,
    _Mark
    ____________
    Wedding shooters rule!
    (......just 'what' i'm not sure :scratch )
    ~
    Drive 50D ~ 24-70 L ~ 85mm ~ 28mm ~ Tammy 17-50 mm ~ Stuff
    ~
  • klphotoklphoto Big grins Registered Users Posts: 49 Big grins
    edited June 6, 2009
    Alright I will jump in on this with one of mine:

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  • metmet Packer Backer Registered Users Posts: 405 Major grins
    edited June 14, 2009
    I took this picture as a guest at my cousin's wedding last night.

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  • bdcolenbdcolen CaptureReality Registered Users Posts: 3,804 Major grins
    edited June 15, 2009
    bdcolen wrote:
    ...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...

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  • AspectArtsAspectArts Big grins Registered Users Posts: 61 Big grins
    edited June 16, 2009
    Okay, I'll play! lol

    One of my newest faves from a very recent wedding... hard to pick just one...
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    Lisa

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    my gear: nikon D700, 70-200 mm 2.8, 24-70 mm 2.8, 50 mm 1.4, SB600, AB800
  • bdcolenbdcolen CaptureReality Registered Users Posts: 3,804 Major grins
    edited June 16, 2009
    seastack wrote:
    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 :))

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    ---

    Both of these are really terrific! These are indeed the moments that the couple will still be appreciating 25 years from now - assuming that they're still together, long after the "Cinderella poses" are long forgotten.
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  • Jay25Jay25 Happy 2 start somewhere:) Registered Users Posts: 70 Big grins
    edited June 17, 2009
    My first wedding with a 20D, 28-70, 2.8L, 540EZ flash on manual mode
    I am new here but here goes my photo! Theres so many beautiful photos on this post is awesome and motivating! clap.gif

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  • AspectArtsAspectArts Big grins Registered Users Posts: 61 Big grins
    edited June 18, 2009
    Jay25 wrote:
    I am new here but here goes my photo! Theres so many beautiful photos on this post is awesome and motivating! clap.gif

    I love the lighting in your photo!!
    Lisa

    my site: www.aspectartsphoto.com
    my gear: nikon D700, 70-200 mm 2.8, 24-70 mm 2.8, 50 mm 1.4, SB600, AB800
  • Jay25Jay25 Happy 2 start somewhere:) Registered Users Posts: 70 Big grins
    edited June 18, 2009
    AspectArts wrote:
    I love the lighting in your photo!!

    Thank you for the compliment. This was my first wedding photo with a digital camera.


    Jaime
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