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The Look of....

By johnnyboy114  
More from the wedding I went to. This is the bride, who I caught with this loving look filled with pride as she turned to look at husband. I like this for the expression and feel it gives. Similar to others I did, but has a different "feel" to this. Comments and crit welcome as always....

Tags: Fashion Black and white Wedding and social Portraits and people

Voters: costas, User_Removed, johnheaney and 27 more

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User_Removed 10 485 13 England
23 Sep 2010 6:07PM
you have got something going on with these types of shots mate i am telling you. Great work

rgds
Dave

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23 Sep 2010 6:07PM
a lovely candid capture, the smile says it all.
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2010 6:11PM
Thanks guys!

Dave, it definitely is becoming a "style" isn't it? Not intentional, just shoot what I see I guess. But, I like it and hope others do too. Might have to have a change of direction soon....lol!
User_Removed 8 1 8 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2010 6:13PM
I could tell it was yours from the thumbnail.. cracking work John.

Al.
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2010 6:15PM
Al, thats probably the biggest compliment you could give me to be honest. Thats very good of you to say....maybe there is something in what I am doing yet....always that seed of doubt in my head, but good to hear....definitely boosts the confidence about believing I ain't that bad....lol! Thanks again, really appreciated!
banehawi Plus
13 1.6k 3667 Canada
23 Sep 2010 6:15PM
This is what candid photography is all about, - those special moments.


W
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2010 6:16PM
Thanks Willy, kind words.
Eviscera 11 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2010 7:27PM
Class focus and ap Johnny. Your a natural.
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2010 7:53PM
Thank you! Thats very kind Smile
RichPitman 7 16 1 England
23 Sep 2010 8:12PM
This is becoming a fabulous series. Very nice work. Smile

Rich
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2010 8:13PM
Thank you Rich! Glad you like them!
dathersmith 10 554 12 England
23 Sep 2010 9:33PM

Quote:You have got something going on with these types of shots mate i am telling you. Great work

I agree with Dave Johnny, another fine image and they all work well in B&W.

Darren.
freybird 10 1 England
23 Sep 2010 10:22PM
Another corker. Geoff
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2010 10:38PM
Thanks guys, lovely to hear! Darren, not done the colour versions yet! lol! But agree, they do tend to lend themselves to mono. Glad you like them!
23 Sep 2010 11:22PM
A really natural moment captured in time. This is a wedding picture with a difference clearly taken by a person who knows what he's doing. I have seen wedding pictures by professionals that don't come up to this standard. Keep doing what your doing, your a natural. Best wishes David
RonnieAG Plus
7 154 117 Scotland
24 Sep 2010 3:38AM
A lovely moment in time, captured so well in this shot. It is natural and unposed and I'm sure the bride would be delighted with it.
Ronnie.
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2010 7:08AM
Wow, thats such lovely things to say, I am really very grateful and its very much appreciated. So nice. Thank you!
Morgs 8 20 62 Wales
24 Sep 2010 8:36AM
Candid photography is one that I love, although don't profess to be that good!! This is up there with the best, and I hope she sees this image, as it clearly demonstrates her feelings for her man on this special day. I think your B&W simple processing adds a huge amount to this shot, and whilst sometimes we can overcomplicate our desire to process every shot, you are keeping it simple for the right reasons and letting the photograph tell its own story. Great candid work.

Dave
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2010 8:40AM
Thank you Dave, thats really kind words and I am glad you see what I was trying to capture. And thank you so much for your User Award, thats very kind! Appreciated!
Richsr 10 91 223 England
24 Sep 2010 12:11PM
A fine candid capture Johnny, do like the expression and it works well in mono too.
Regards Richard
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2010 12:29PM
Thank you Richard. Glad you like it and much appreciated!
Orinoco 8 7 1 England
27 Sep 2010 11:11PM
johnny

i hope they paid hansomly for these shots

priceless

adrian
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2010 7:16AM
lol! Thanks Adrian, but unfortunately not, these were friends of ours. I just took the camera, but I did get talking to their "official" photographer, who was very nice and very helpful and hopefully she will become a good contact....many have said the same as you, so maybe there is something in this...........watch this space....lol! Thanks for thinking they are so good though. Appreciated!
RogerMann 6 10 2 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2010 9:25AM
Definitely top class photojournalism here JB. The moment caught in time is the essence of this genre and what better example of an unposed sentiment than this? An excellent black and white.
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2010 9:48AM
Thanks Roger, its the kind of thing people seem to want to pay me for, so I guess I am doing something right with this kind of shot! Smile Glad you like it, appreciated!

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