Cultural Wedding Photography Guides (Launch DIscount!)

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Exif Data
  • Nikon D700
  • 70-200mm
  • f/f/5
  • 135mmmm
  • 1/125 sec seconds
  • 100

9 Comments

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  1. A
    SG Photo

    Nicely done, backlight looks good. The only thing i have to say is that the eyes seem a little soft, but that might just be an effect of resolution.

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  2. B
    David Hill

    Nice gap between arm and body….always flattering on a lady!

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  3. C
    David Hill

    This arm needs to be ‘more positively’ posed. Looks like she wasn’t sure what to do with it…..but appreciate you had a lot of others things to think about too!

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  4. D
    David Hill

    Looks a little odd with her knees being the same height as the grass…….Or is that just me?!

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  5. E
    David Hill

    Lovely warm/glowing feeling to this shot. feels summery! Nice one!

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  6. F
    David Hill

    Try and see if you prefer a look where the model has her hand actually on her waist rather than hip if that makes sense. It will then ‘bring the dress in’ showing her curves off more too.

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  7. G
    David Hill

    She is ‘very front on’ at the moment. Experiment with having her face away from you 45 degrees and then twist the core back at you if that makes sense! Not that it is an issue here but you then end up with a flattering ‘thinning’ effect which ladies often like! Love the shot though!

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  8. H
    Lauchlan Toal

    Great lighting. One thing that bugs me a bit about this shot is her wrist. With this pose there’s really no visible wrist – it’s forearm right to fingers. With women the wrist is especially important, and is one of those delicate feminine things you want to emphasize, so a pose with the hand a little looser might be best. Solid choice of backdrop.

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  9. I
    SG Photo

    Generally, 2 hands placed at different levels is more pleasing than at same level. Putting this one a little higher maybe?

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