Thanks mate. I agree education is a must, and it was indeed communicated to her prior to the shoot. Expectations were set… Don’t know what happened post that. Don’t care any more though.
I will be hanging around and probably be more active.
Stay safe my friend.
I know this might be too late. Almost a year now since my post. I got so tied up in work and a few things at home that I never got to respond and thank you all for the awesome suggestions.
By the way, the bride responded back later last year. She wanted 200+ photos from a two hour shoot, I delivered 38 photos.The entire bridal shoot…[Read more]
Lol. I guess I will be forced to become one working with these kinda clients. The entire shoot is of similar / better composition, expressions and some beautiful locations. In fact we were so stoked when we delivered the photos.
I have realized that some brides who are snobs, with tons of money, or not feeling good on shoot days, are…[Read more]
Hi Frank. Thank you for the kind words. I realized early into the photography carrier that photos that show emotion worked way better than technically good photos. Thats why you must love your parents photo.
I did not lighten the trees as they were distracting a bit. But I guess it will work both ways. In the past 35 weddings we did this season,…[Read more]
I shot the image wide to get the vines and some of the environment in the shot. Can you please let me know about the WB? Maybe a bit warmer? I tried playing with that but kept coming back to this.
The reason why I posted this for a critique was that this image was a part of a day long shoot and ended up getting me a lot of…[Read more]
This photo was shot using a 36″ softbox for a bridal shoot. Any suggestions welcome. I would love to hear how can I improve this further during the shoot or at edit.
I did not color grade it according to the current wedding trends (crush blacks and whites) as I try keep my photos natural and vibrant and get the exposure right in…[Read more]
This was for a property owner and although they did not specifically mention any rules, I just thought that a listing on AirBnb should be true to the actual look. Does it help to edit out stuff in this situation?
Thats exactly what I intended to do. But the cottage owner totally disliked that and showed me a couple of million dollar houses he got shot earlier. They were all desaturated, very warm, and totally lit up. Then I had to go this route. My first edit was a dimly lit, cosy look.
New member here. Wanted your opinions on the attached photos. Its a real estate shot using 5 brackets. Shot on a Fuji XT-3 using a XF 10-24 lens. The cottage was really small so had to use the lens at 10mm. Room was only lit with little light from the windows and the two lamps seen in the photo. Processed in LR and PS.
Thank you in…[Read more]