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    Bridal shoot


    IMG_0066s by clemmb60, on Flickr


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    Mark:

    Both are really nice, but I really really like the first one... beautiful pose, great light, and a nice subdued color.
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    Fabulous photos, Mark! I really tried to pick a favorite but I can't! Both are so beautiful in their own way! Are these the ones that you mentioned earlier that you could not post yet? If so, it is really wierd but I was thinking about them earlier this morning, wondering if I would see them soon!

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    Great shots, Mark.

    I like the first one the best. Something about the tones and geometry just catches my eye. If I was to do anything with it, I might work on that sun spot on the third arch. It didn't immediately distract me, but the more I look at it, the more it does.

    Nice work, Sir.

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    Nice shots Mark, she would be happy with these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Johnston View Post
    I might work on that sun spot on the third arch.

    Dave.
    Ya, I have not tried tackling it yet. My wife wants me too as well.
    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddt0725 View Post
    Are these the ones that you mentioned earlier that you could not post yet?
    Yes they are. There are a few more on my Flicker page.
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    I agree, the first is my favorite. Great background and light.

    Two solid shots!
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    +1 for the first one minus the bird poop-looking sun spot. Really like colors and comp of the shot.

    Edit: Wish the dark thing above the last arch faded out more too. It would be possible to crop down, but you will only have the last of the arches which isn't bad cuz my brain ends up putting arches on the other openings regardless. That's being real anal about the pic. I'd buy it as it is.
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