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| p.1 #9 · A.S. Try 3 , 4, and 5 |
JR Magat wrote:
I can see the progression, and I think wedding #5 was your strongest one. I feel in some of them you are trying to frame the shots, but maybe too close to the edges (4:3, 4:5, 4:6)
I see no issues in wedding #5 (5:2, 5:5 are great!). I would include all of those for sure, but maybe the cake cutting shot could be closer in; but understandable since you're the 2nd shooter.
Processing wise, your colors/WB are very good and it's very consistent. I think you're well on your way!
Interesting comments. I have been trying to shoot wider/closer and I did not even notice that when I did place things on the edges I made it quite tight. On quick review, I have done this on a few frames at every wedding so far. Thanks for the input!
easy with the vibrance and saturation
Yea, I am having trouble getting robust yet subdued colors. I think it is due to me wanting pop/clean contrast in my skintones and messing with too much other stuff. I am not focused too much on PP right now, but I am definitely trying to make things more subtle each time.