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By mikeicarus
I met a friend (in the photo) and I asked him if he could let me to shot some pictures at his wedding...
My photos were far better than the person (it wans`t a photographer) they hired.
You don't shot indoors with built-in flash at 6500K when the bulbs are at 2200K.

I'm waiting your critic... Thank You!

Tags: Wedding White Black Fashion Wedding and social Forever Portraits and people

Voters: TripleDshake34, graeme34, romelyanielsharon and 13 more

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Fantastic work

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15 Sep 2007 12:40AM

wow amazing shot
Sus 11 3.2k 9 England
15 Sep 2007 1:47AM
good, but you don't need the selective colouring, just do it b&w or colour.
julesm Plus
12 1.7k 7 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2007 9:05AM
Like the pic, although agree with Sus about the colour.

Are you saying you just wouldnt use flash indoors if there are 2200k bulbs on? I find the rigth settings give me just the right fill flash while letting the ambient warm light come through.
imander 9 388 7 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2007 10:07AM
i think its one of the nicest wedding shots i've seen, well done
GregorP 11 4 Slovenia
19 Sep 2007 9:20AM


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