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Discussion in 'Herman's Genres' started by Herman, Jun 7, 2011.
Herman, I like the deep contrast in your first as it adds to the drama of the moment - and that is a beautiful car! Was this anyone you know or did you just happen to be in the right place at the right time?
Was that Anna Nicole?
My kid's teacher was married a few weeks ago. I escaped from the church ahead of the photographer and caught her emerging..
Who's Anna Nicole ? Never heart of before.
I know her, my wife asked me to go there and take photos as she wanted to see her dress.
I was just learning
For some reason, Japanese people like to come to Sydney to get married and have a photo taken on the steps of the Opera House.
Opera House Wedding Portrait by peterb666, on Flickr
This is quite a potpourri of a shot - wedding, Opera House and Harbour Bridge, architectural, leading lines, sunset, construction site and the wall of the construction site has a photographic exhibition on it.
A wedding pano - my neice circa 2004.
Here's a few taken with the PL45 on an E-P1, the first and last are at 2.8, and the colour one is at f4.
Great shot - love the echo of her arms raised with the angel figure on the door beside her ...
Pretty good shots, I too like the mirror image of the angel. Also like the in the moment shots.
Not pointing fingers and not trying to say that you were, but as my sister-in-law is a semi-professional wedding photographer, please try and stay out of their way and let them get the shots they are getting paid to get. I saw this last weekend at a mutual friends wedding. My sister-in-law was doing her best getting the cutting of the cake and some guy jumped right in front of her and ruined the shot with his big bald head. They had to redo the shot because of him and it caused a big drama moment.