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Stace 12 2 2 England
5 Oct 2008 12:23PM
Great capture, that face has been lived in

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cjl47 12 5 3 England
5 Oct 2008 12:36PM
Obviously wondering why the bride is running off as quick as she can.lol.
A super candid shot.
chris
KatieR 16 6.2k 6
5 Oct 2008 1:30PM
Difficult, this one - whilst it's good to see the marks of time on someone, perhaps this technique is verging on the unflattering at this kind of event. I appreciate that you are experimenting, though - I imagine this is not part of a package of wedding shots for sale.

It's different for men and women, obviously - could you imagine what the mother of the bride might do if you presented her with a similar version of herself Wink

I wonder if the "effect" might be more acceptable if it was a journalistic approach of a subject and their life, rather than a wedding - perhaps I expect softer and more flattering portraits on these occasions.

Now look, see - you've made me think too much!! lol!
DOGSBODY 11 1.4k 30 England
5 Oct 2008 2:51PM
Superb character study. Andy
lonely_oryx 12 61 55 England
7 Oct 2008 6:29PM
Great effect
Scaramanga 12 60 6 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2008 2:45PM
Great portrait.
Ian-Munro 12 200 15 Wales
5 Dec 2008 8:20PM
Pretty good i must say. I like it a lot.

Ian
cassiecat 12 39 46 England
11 Jan 2009 5:50PM
i like it. although i see where kyd is coming from, as it doesnt flatter his features which is what is expected at such events especially a key player.lesley
wolfy 16 36 United Kingdom
16 Feb 2009 7:22PM
Fantastic portrait, love the details u captured here
photophantom 12 108 3 Philippines
20 Oct 2009 11:30AM
looks great

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