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2 is 1 - Make A Wish

Posted by
{H} creatives (San Francisco Bay Area, United States) on 9 July 2007 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

Hello, Inspiration Circle!

As always, thank you for each one of your comments, critiques and feedback - please note that I do appreciate each one greatly, and some even prompted me to "think" And though I may not have the time to answer every single comment, be assured that I will be revisiting every one of your p-blogs in return and answer questions/comments on your site! B-)

This is the 11th installment of this "Two Shall Become One" series - a collection of wedding photography that started here. In an attempt to diversify [as suggested by a fellow p-blogger eydryan on this post], I decided to post this photo. This was taken from Yeny and Ethan's reception desk. The card along with the "home-made" wooden stand was an instruction for guests to fill out the "guest book", and to say a few wishes for the married couple. For "natural framing", I tried using the candle that is on the foreground for depth, as well as the picture frame [no pun intended] on the left. Not sure if this is one of my strong suit - these pictures without "facial expressions" - as I am more fond of taking pictures of people and their expressions. But I guess in wedding photography it is important to capture these details as well - just to add to the collection of what the wedding atmosphere was like and to give some depth to the nuances of the day.

This will be my last post from Yeny and Ethan's wedding - I'm trying to gauge on whether I should continue forward with more wedding photos for all of you to critique. So far, all of you have been a tremendous help in allowing me to measure which ones of these pictures will need to stay, taken out, or edited for my portfolio. Let me know what you think: should I continue with a different couple and more wedding pics? Or are you guys getting bored?

Until I revisit you on your p-blogs, thanks as always for taking the time to visit and comment.

Hope everyone had a great weekend. Cheers!

NIKON D100 1/180 second F/5.6 255 mm (35mm equiv.)

1/180 second
255 mm (35mm equiv.)