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photoblog image Wedding series- The Bride

Wedding series- The Bride

my cousin's bride....couldn't help but steal this moment. Every girl's dream day.

My first on shutterchance...hehe

Wedding series- The Bride

my cousin's bride....couldn't help but steal this moment. Every girl's dream day.

My first on shutterchance...hehe

comments (12)

  • Paul
  • United States
  • 5 Jun 2006, 02:04
Very nice shot of a happy moment. If you could go back in and open up (lighten) the face just a bit so that we could see more of that gorgeous smile and perhaps crop bit on the left or right, to get her out of the middle, I think that you've got a great shot!

Welcome aboard!

Paul
  • Paul
  • United States
  • 5 Jun 2006, 02:05
Oops, one more thing. If you could blur the background to get rid of the barbed, or razor, wire, that would help. Brides and razor wire do not go together! smile

Paul
debola: I have the slightest idea how to do any of that. Plan to play around with P.S in the near future.

Thanks for the comments
  • E Etomi
  • Nigeria
  • 5 Jun 2006, 11:39
Aww she looks so happy. Making it lighter would have been even better. Welcome to shutterchance
debola: Thanks!
  • Mona
  • London
  • 5 Jun 2006, 12:33
I see myself as happy as that on my wedding day in a few years grin
  • Veloran
  • Singapore
  • 5 Jun 2006, 14:00
Lovely expression! I think you should have shot this in portrait orientation to leave out the blank space on the sides. I agree with Paul on the brightness and the razor wire too, maybe a wider aperture would have helped the latter.

Welcome to Shutterchance!
debola: thanx!
  • sk
  • United States
  • 5 Jun 2006, 15:28
another Naija??? geez we are taking over sha. Debo I welcome you with open arms.
U've got a nice capture here. I know its first shot on shutterchance but I have decided to be frank about feedback. Maybe u could have brightened up the shot a bit and slightly blur the background. This will bring out the lovely looking bride in the shot.
debola: Thanks for the feedback Ade- The guy that got me into this...lol
  • Digitalmike
  • United States-Virginia
  • 5 Jun 2006, 15:48
Welcome.
I agree with some of the others.....a better DOF would help this one, but I know you wern't shooting for that at the time.

Keep shooting and posting.
debola: will get there someday...thanks
  • Suby
  • Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
  • 5 Jun 2006, 16:15
Cool shot.

Read up Rule of Thirds.
Welcome to Shutterchance.
How did you convert to monochrome?
Do you PP your shots?

Suby
debola: "Cool shot" from Suby...thanks! was expecting worse.

Rule of Thirds right?
Changed camera settings to convert.
Not tried PP yet.
  • sk
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Jun 2006, 19:21
the guy that got U into this? sorry have we met?
debola: yup we have...lol
  • sk
  • United States
  • 6 Jun 2006, 15:31
ok................. where and when? please shed some light on this or it'll bug me
  • debola
  • London
  • 27 Nov 2006, 11:52
Rest in peace
  • dami
  • 25 Jan 2007, 15:31
debola wat do u mean rest in peace
debola: our darling angel passed away...

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