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| p.1 #7 · p.1 #7 · Pre-Wedding Shooting - asking for harsh C&C |
You used several good tricks. Careful about doing too many with the bottom half of them cut off -- it makes sense a couple of times, but after several such images, it becomes evident you're doing that to conceal part(s) of the subjects.
I agree with Sunny that the guy's expression is a problem for you -- you should have done something to get him to appear 1) interested, or 2) cheerful. He appears a little bit resentful in several of these images.
In the first image, she is facing almost squarely toward the camera, and you have her in broad lighting (lighting the side of the face closest to the camera), which makes subjects appear larger. In that location, to get short lighting, you could leave the light close to where it is, move the guy to the camera-left side of her (without casting her into shadow), and move yourself near the wall camera right. Then, if she was facing the same direction as in the photo, the lit side of her face would be away, and that would help the appearance. Not sure it would be a lovely photo in that specific instance, but it's an example. You've used broad lighting in a few other images in this set where you're using OCF, and in each case, you probably would have benefited from rearranging subjects and lights and yourself so that the light was hitting the far side of her face.