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Posted 19 April 2013 - 07:42
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Posted 22 April 2013 - 01:04
I'm more talking about things like this. Also, please ignore the quality of the images, remember I was just a guest/relative taking these photos and now using them as an example.
The first one is what I'm talking about; there's a shadow, but it's not took strong, almost bordering on acceptable. Could be easily shopped out.
The second one is what I would class as a crappy shadow, just shouldn't be there.
I prefer the second picture though, just need to crop my wife out from the right and would have been nice to have the light behind the bride & groom off, or not there at all, but sure
Posted 23 April 2013 - 12:14
Posted 23 April 2013 - 13:35
I am no professional and never aim to be so don't take what I am saying with any factual experience behind it, these are just my opinions. Exposing yourself to criticism in your pictures is however the best way to improve, hopefully someone can come in with some actual advice on how to ease your shadow problem in a candid environment.