A bride

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Taken this past weekend using my new 70-200. I don't quite like the background on the second one, but it's either that or a parking garage. :confused:

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Roy
 
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Roy,

I really like #1. Should be titled, Bride about to take off ;-)

It's a great setting and pose. I agree about #2. Sometimes you just have to pick the best available background.

Nice job.

Tom
 
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Nice shots Roy. I like her pose in the first better as well. In the second, she has a nice smile and is looking to the side, but the rest of her body is rod-stiff which detracts a little for me. I suppose it is tough to try to get a bride to relax a little on her wedding day though.

One thought about the second one's background, you may try to further blur it in PS.

Nice shots. Keep 'em comin'.
 
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Bohdan said:
In the first picture my eye keeps gravitating to the water and rocks under the bridgeway - distracting from the bride.
Bohdan
Good point Bohdan, but a quick fix would be to crop the bottom off a little and see if that works.

Either way, nice photos. Can we see more of this future model?
 

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