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    Lin my niece..

    My niece's wedding event 9 days ago. Your c&c will be helpful and appreciated. Thks.

    Lin my niece..
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    Lin my niece..
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    Cheers.
    Walj
    Last edited by Walj; 4th June 2013 at 12:59 AM.

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    Re: Lin my niece..

    Hi Walj,

    I don't know what to say (because they are so perfect) except that are both great photos, and that #1 is simply stunning.

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    Re: Lin my niece..

    I agree with Christina. I like the way you focus our attention in the first image.

    Very well done, Walad.

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    I like the way you have processed these, Walj. You have recorded the event and made the them more than just a photographic archive.

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    Re: Lin my niece..

    Hi ALL,

    Thanks for viewing also your feedback and comments. I really appreciate it very much!

    Cheers.
    Walj

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    Re: Lin my niece..

    Great images and your niece is absolutely enchanting. Best of everything to the bride and groom...

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    Re: Lin my niece..

    Interesting shots, but I don't think I would have handled them the same way you did Walij.

    I find the motion blur around the first shot quite distracting. I would have thought that the attention should be focused on the people in the centre of the image, but my eyes keep moving over to the blurred part of the image.

    The second one I like. The sepia tone works quite well and I like the way that you use a light coloured vignette to focus our eyes on the subjects. What I find a bit distracting is the pure white framing. I would have tried either an image that is borderless or used a the cream colour in the rest of the image for the border.

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