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Author Topic: just married  (Read 474 times)

Offline WollyR

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just married
« on: January 09, 2019, 09:39:34 AM »
lets start with a very very happy new year to everyone :)

now the married couple. What more can be done with this picture? More white in the dress? Black in the suit? Is the man's left shoe ok? I had to find one on the internet. There's hardly any useful info in the channels to add more detail.







Offline Jo Ann Snover

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Re: just married
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2019, 11:32:12 AM »
I've been working on other images from this family's wedding, though none with this view of them. The man's suit isn't black, so the current WIP is a bit too high contrast. Also, the bride's suit is whiter. Take a look at one of the other images of them:



The bride's shoe on the back foot has a very pointy toe, whereas the other shoe is more rounded; there are quite a few repeating patterns to be cleaned up.

The perspective on the pew shadows on the left of the image isn't right - if you look at the horizontals on the bits of the altar you can see it will give you the right angle.

Hope this helps
Jo Ann