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Old 01-26-2010, 02:49 AM
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help me make up my mind

need some help guys..i found the image which was taken like a year n a half ago while organizing my pc the other day and decided to re-PP it.some ppl say the bride looked like a vampire..btoi ka??if it's true, then is it wrong? let me know what u think, or have a go spicing it up with your own flavour .

thank you.may the force be with you masters!!

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Old 01-26-2010, 07:40 AM
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I would say its a nice shoot, great composition, lighting is tricky but you got the back ground nice leaving the bride under exposed. maybe a reflector to throw some light on her face ?? Her head could be tilted forward and looking into the lens, just one of the many angles one can explore in such a nice setup.

I like the b&w treatment, puts more emphasis on the bride, vampire nah she is far from it.

anyway fangs for sharing
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Old 01-26-2010, 12:10 PM
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It's a great shot but yah if you'd just given her a bit more light and underexposed the background it'd be perfect.

Ideal time for some strobist!

I'd do something like this:

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Old 01-26-2010, 12:24 PM
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edit_1.jpg

this wat i done...i up a little bit of expose n i touch a bit of saturation...
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Old 01-27-2010, 09:20 PM
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I would say its a nice shoot, great composition, lighting is tricky but you got the back ground nice leaving the bride under exposed. maybe a reflector to throw some light on her face ?? Her head could be tilted forward and looking into the lens, just one of the many angles one can explore in such a nice setup.

I like the b&w treatment, puts more emphasis on the bride, vampire nah she is far from it.

anyway fangs for sharing
thank garlic.if she's truly a vampire then, i dont think she would be pleased to have you(GARLIC) as the photographer..hehehehe..

yea.reflector wud do the job.

i like ur last line.catchy

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It's a great shot but yah if you'd just given her a bit more light and underexposed the background it'd be perfect.

Ideal time for some strobist!

I'd do something like this:

Attachment 62012
yes.i wud b really cool to have strobe light illuminating her.but too bad,that time i dun even know how to use off-camera flash.heck! i didnt even know what strobe means at that time.hehehe

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this wat i done...i up a little bit of expose n i touch a bit of saturation...
you desaturated it a bit? cool one dude.thanx!
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Old 01-28-2010, 02:51 AM
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I prefer the B&W... more dramatic.
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bit underexpose on face, some overexpose parts on the sky. a fill on the face on camera left would be fine. for strobist, possible combinations are f5.6, 6.3, 7.1 8 / ss60,80,100,125, asa 100,200 flash power 1/1,1/2, camera left 45 degrees. this is just a strobist guess.
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Old 08-23-2010, 02:58 AM
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yeah...that sounds solid charley..tanx for the advice..will definitely try it soon!
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My try..

Sharpening..

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Convert o B&W.

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Crop to square.

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It just my view.

Still learning too..

Edited_SA_01.jpg

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the revisited-2010 pp is still the best so far... my 2 cents...
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