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By Paul_Anthony
Although it is not it's a rule I follow very often, sometimes the Rule Of Thirds is difficult to ignore as a compositional tool.

This one is taken at The Cwrt Bleddyn Hotel in Usk, South Wales.

Tags: Wedding South wales Usk Portraits and people Picture Newport Wedding Photographers Cwrt Bleddyn Hotel

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pablophotographer 6 932 333
4 Sep 2012 11:50PM

I think the picture doesn't have a feeling of sequence. I've tried to open it various times from the thumbnail picture to see it, all the times the car steals the show.

I would have preferred to have the bride on the left of the frame arriving and kissing the groom who is about to open for her the door of the car, which is now towards the right of the frame.
Courtesy matters.

R.o.T. ?
Not always.

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Paul_Anthony 6 442 4 Wales
5 Sep 2012 9:16AM
Thank you for taking the time to comment, not many do. Not sure that I agree with you entirely, but then I suppose wouldn't.

I feel that the image holds very well together and the balance of the image is fine. The bride and groom always want a nice shot of the car, and the photograph was set up to show the car off, it's a stunning car.



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