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Full Critique Backyard Wedding

Discussion in 'Wedding Images Forum' started by valdano, Apr 1, 2018.

  1. valdano

    valdano Old Hand

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    So I shot this wedding exactly 1 week ago. Prior to this wedding, I shot with a 70-200 2.8, a Nikon 50 1.8 and a Sigma 17-50 2.8 (which I absolutely hated). I had ordered a Nikon 85 1.8g and the 35 1.8g ED and it came just in time for the wedding. Well, I didn't know that just those 2 lenses would have been so versatile! I was blown away by the quality of the images coming from these lenses and I wish I had made this purchase years ago. If there's anyone thinking of buying any of these lenses, think no more... Just do it!

    PS. The last shot was taken with my Nikon D90. My D700 broke right at the end hahaha.

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  2. Kevin Fox

    Kevin Fox Always on

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    Not sure I'd be happy with these for my wedding pics. That dark part on most the left shots, blown highlights, some are not even level
     
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  3. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    To be honest, I have seen better from you. As mentioned above, the blown out parts are not your best work.
     
  4. valdano

    valdano Old Hand

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    Hmm. That's quite interesting. This is the second time today someone has mentioned the images being blown out. I'm seriously starting to wonder if my screen has an issue because the exposure seems fine on my end. It's really something I need to look into on Tuesday after the holidays.

    @ Kevin Fox - Appreciate this bud. I'm seeing one that needs straightening (image 5), which other one do you think could use some aligning? I'm going to investigate the exposure issue because it might be a screen calibration issue on my part. The exposures look fine on my end, but it seems they're really not.

    @roger - Yea i've been out of the game for a while. My first wedding on the new year, but the critique is good. Here I was thinking I did a good job. A few months away and everything starts to look good, even when it's not haha.
     
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