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Tickets please

By lollydeakins  
Just after a bit of C&C really as I've done some work on this image, is it too much ? The couple loved this shot (unedited) so thought I'd have a play with it.

Tags: Photo journalism Fashion Wedding and social Portraits and people

Voters: _, woodlark, stephanfowles and 4 more


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lollydeakins 11 42 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2009 10:00PM
Thought I'd add the bus driver wasn't impressed when they didn't actually get on !

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_ 11 535 4 Virgin Islands, British
6 Jun 2009 10:04PM
I'm not too keen on the burning and blurring you've been doing to this one.
Although it is very obvious to me, that doesn't mean to say that your clients will notice it.

The only thing I don't like about the shot as a shot is the groom is too tight to the right hand frame edge.

Just curious: Why spend the extra time on a shot that your clients already love?

Cheers,
J
lollydeakins 11 42 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2009 10:10PM
Thanks John, You are right I think. This was from a wedding ages ago, Im bored and thought Id have a play in Corel.... I was trying to give it a bit of umphh (thats the technical term!) but its overcooked a bit me thinks :o)
As for the crop, its straight out the camera and there were odd looking people behind him plus the fact I had about 5 seconds to get the shot before the bus driver closed the doors on them! :o)
Lorraine.
PeelNStick 12 4 United States
7 Jun 2009 12:08AM
Dreamy shot. Good work.
7 Jun 2009 10:57AM
i think its a great shot and glad they like it , its good to play , well done angie
mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2009 12:54PM
Terrific fun, and a very individual, personal reminder for the couple - I'm not surprised they liked it.
Wedding photography seems to have become so glossy, artificial, so often it seems to be a matter of maufactured memories. This is real!
Moira

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