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Wedding Day Concern


Mainly trying to see if I can get the steps right in order to post an image. This was shot in Cologne, Germany. Seems that everyone must go to city hall to complete legal formalities prior to getting married. I'm not sure this gentleman was absolutely sure that he was making the right move emoticon
Would appreciate any constructive advice but be gentle..... I'm just getting back into this.
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Re: Wedding Day Concern


Obviously I'm doing this all wrong emoticon
Went to Flickr , opened image , clicked on share , clicked on BBC code , selected medium size to give 800 pix , copied code , came back to forum post and clicked insert image ,
pasted code , and clicked submit.
Would appreciate if anyone could show me the error of my ways. ( I'm married so I'm used to it. )
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Will try this a second time without clicking
"insert image" and simply pasting code into the body of this reply.
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Ahh !! Finally..... There's nothing like a newbie clogging up the forum with repeated post. Will try not to do so again emoticon
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Re: Wedding Day Concern


I would try to crop into the man holding the flowers and exclude as much from the person to his right, also I find the picture looks quite harsh so less sharpening would help.

 There to muck emphasis on sharp these days and not enough taught on how it can kill tonal transition

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I agree with what Martin says especially about sharpening.

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Nicely timed, i agree this chap looks nervous. On the fly shots like this depend less on perfect composition as long as the subject is strong. I agree the sharpening is a tad too harsh,
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Thanks for the comments.
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