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How Many Women Does it Take to Dress a Bride

By marianne  
Barry and I had the best time ever, photographing this beautiful wedding. The whole day was calm (well until we ran out of time!) and so romantic...This is one of my favourite images.

Tags: Fashion Wedding and social Portraits and people

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helenlinda Plus
13 366 22 United Kingdom
28 May 2009 2:31PM
It looks such fun!!
Great candid
Helen

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ChrisV Plus
13 2.3k 26 United Kingdom
28 May 2009 4:54PM
Why the toning? There is so much life and character in this shot which vibrant colours would only have added to.

Personally I might have been tempted to push the vibrancy/saturation rather than muting with a split tone. Gorgeous bride though - always a good head start in wedding shoots...
marianne 18 30
28 May 2009 6:07PM

Quote:Why the toning? There is so much life and character in this shot which vibrant colours would only have added to.

Personally I might have been tempted to push the vibrancy/saturation rather than muting with a split tone. Gorgeous bride though - always a good head start in wedding shoots...



There were too many colours in the shot for my taste, I wanted to simplify the image, keeping the focus on the happy group of people. I appreciate your comment but don't agree with your idea. Thanks for taking the time to give it some thought though, thank goodness we don't all have the same ideas! ;^)
Mavis 18 143 2 England
29 May 2009 8:48AM
Such a vibrant image Marianne . It tells a story . A lovely bride .


I too would like to see it in full colour . Perhaps you could show us the original one tomorrow ? Smile Smile
ChrisV Plus
13 2.3k 26 United Kingdom
29 May 2009 4:01PM

Quote:There were too many colours in the shot for my taste, I wanted to simplify the image, keeping the focus on the happy group of people. I appreciate your comment but don't agree with your idea. Thanks for taking the time to give it some thought though, thank goodness we don't all have the same ideas! ;^)


I can appreciate the logic of your rationale and of course you're right - if we all went for the same approach this website would be much duller for a start...
lollydeakins 15 42 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2009 8:36AM
Well captured, it really tells a story. I really like the subtle colours.

Lorraine :o)

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