First time posting here, how did I do ?
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davidoff
Registered: Jun 08, 2008
Total Posts: 40
Country: Portugal

Comment and critique welcomed : )

























I uploaded some more here http://bit.ly/PaO3pk



Robin Usagani
Registered: Oct 26, 2010
Total Posts: 2836
Country: United States

Just a general observation, the non posed shots are a bit tight.

The posed shots, just need to improve composition and pose.



amonline
Registered: Jul 16, 2006
Total Posts: 6646
Country: United States

I thought most of them were tight. I've noticed this of many first starting out with weddings; especially those with crop sensors. Was this your first? Are you shooting crop? I thought the processing was good.



stevez32
Registered: Mar 26, 2003
Total Posts: 2973
Country: United States

Hmm, I dunno, I didn't notice them being too tight, except for the first which has his head cut off. I thought the others were good, I think getting in tight is better than being sloppy and giving too much space IMHO, so I think its ok.

I do think you should be aware of your brides hand placement, she looks like she is missing her flowers if you are going to pose her with hands in front like that.



davidoff
Registered: Jun 08, 2008
Total Posts: 40
Country: Portugal

Funny you should say that. I think I generaly prefer tighter framings and some of them were cropped in post but some others would have probably benefited from a full frame sensonr instead of my D90 . I am starting out though ( with weddings ).
Stevez, she actually didn't carry her flowers for that part so no biggie I think.



Marcus Watts
Registered: Oct 05, 2007
Total Posts: 3087
Country: United States

amonline wrote:
I thought most of them were tight. I've noticed this of many first starting out with weddings; especially those with crop sensors. Was this your first? Are you shooting crop? I thought the processing was good.


I agree.