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Wedding Thank You Card

By Wellspring  
Modified in Photoshop with selected Blurs

Tags: Wedding Fashion Card Digitally manipulated Wedding and social Bride Groom Thank you Portraits and people

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taggart Plus
15 47 13 United States
26 Jan 2009 12:34AM
Particularly well done for a Thank you c ard--- like how the bg is picked up in her bouquet!
Jennn

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glazzaro 14 70 23 United States
26 Jan 2009 1:04AM
Well taken and presented, the only critique I would make is that there is a green cast in the flesh tones. I would adjusted the hues then the levels for the greens.

Greg
Carabosse 16 41.3k 270 England
26 Jan 2009 1:37AM
Quite nicely done but I really don't think those vertical lines add anything to the photo. But it's a nice idea to keep the Thank You part on a blurred background. I have uploaded a mod for you in which i have got rid of the lines, removed some of the space between the blurred part and the bride and endeavoured to reduce the greenish cast on the couple's skin.
kombizz 14 601 1 United States
26 Jan 2009 6:00AM
You'r welcome!
good one
RachelMB 13 42 10 England
26 Jan 2009 7:55AM
What a lovely thank you card Smile I think I prefer your version to the mod, personally - the lines make a nice frame around the couple. The only thing I can offer for critique is perhaps to change the 'y' of 'you' to a capital. At the moment the writing looks wonky, even though it's not. A capital 'y' might just level it out a bit.

But apart from that, I like this! Grin
Robert51 11 7 91 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2009 10:22AM
Excellent John, I think it works very well and what a great shot of the newly married couple.
May have made the "Y" in you a capital to balance the lettering.
Give them both ours best wishes for the future....
Wellspring 11 86 37 England
26 Jan 2009 11:44AM
Thank you all for your encouragement, feedback, comments and suggestions.

I knew the Lettering was not quite right but could not put my finger on it - the capital Y is the answer!

I think I prefer the the lines - it somehow seems to frame the image, but I really appreciate having alternatives to look at.

Also I do struggle trying to get good flesh tones, so knowing that it was a green tint really helps.

Thanks again for all your input!!

John
Davesumner 12 28 300 Australia
26 Jan 2009 11:04PM
I like the idea of the different blurred sections but I think that the tree trunk behind the good lady's head is a bit of a distraction. Therefore if you'd continued the blur into the main part of the image it would have helped to make them both stand out more from the trunk.

I tried to make a modification to show you but the limits set by the system make the mage a bit small, I hope you can see what I meant.
Wellspring 11 86 37 England
27 Jan 2009 3:19AM
Dave - I agree with the tree trunk being a distraction - next time I will be more careful - it was my first wedding and the pressure was far more than i was prepared for.

I might work on the trunk and try blurring it - your mod definitely is an improvement.

Thanks

John
27 Jan 2009 7:16AM
Lovely format, very original

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