long time, no you throwing insults at me.
I've read all the previous posts, so far so good.
But I'm sure you will apprecaite an honest and frank critque.
You say you have captured a 'moment', well yes in so much a photo by its very nature is a 'moment'. You say you have caught an expression, well she's laughing. Yes it is quite charming, someone has said something funny, even the registar is laughing, and I like the way the groom is looking at the bride, with more of a wry smile, maybe the jokes on him?
( that's a rehtorical question)
So thats the good bit...
Shooting into the light, always tricky, the glare coming off the grooms head is a shame, and the bright burnt out window is distracting, but maybe just about within the realms of acceptability, I geuss if you really like the picture.
But what really lets this photo down, and for me would send it straight to recycle bin, along with with all my other heroic failures, is that you have used your zoom at the wide end, and this has caused all sorts of problems.
Firstly way too much floor, unless you work for 'floors r us' this is just not interesting. The focus of the picture should be the happy couple. Have you heard of the expression 'fill the frame'
it doesnt mean fill it with premium timber.
But even worse than this is what you have done to the newly weds. Look at the grooms legs!
He looks like he standing in one of those mirrors at a fairground, that gives you short little legs and a really long body. So much distortion.
The book case looks like its about to fall over, and the poor guy on the right looks like Van Gogh. I'm not sure a disembodied foot adds anything either.
On your camera you should try and steer clear of anything less than 85 mm as if you do , hello big foreheads, big noses, big arse. Brides generally want to look good on their big day.
I hope you will accept this crit in the sprit it was given. Deep breathes and relax.....