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  1. #4531
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickcanada View Post
    Thanks, The highs are high and the lows are low. I probably should have learned how to shoot weddings by doing a few second shooter/assistant gigs first. I'm sure that would have helped, but what ever doesn't kill you...

    That last wedding was really cool though. I met the groom at a show. Very musical guy, he sang her a song. They had a full band playing the entire night. The bride's dad played guitar and one of the groomsmen sang them a song. Everyone was dancing, it reminded me of why I like shooting weddings.
    I'm impressed that your taking on weddings withoud being a second shooter first - you've got balls for sure.

    Seriously though, its good to see you enjoying it Nick.
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  2. #4532
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    Hay and fog - two of my favorite things, together!!...

    Both with 17-40 and 2 stop ND grad...






    Michael B.
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  3. #4533
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    Nice Michael, love the first one

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  4. #4534
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    That second shot is awesome Michael


    From Sunday ...

  5. #4535
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    Wonderful shots Michael. I like the composition of the 2nd one better, but I don't like the sun in there. I've always wanted to shoot those hay rolls. They make a wonderful subject. The fog works great for that scene too.
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  6. #4536
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    Michael...First you make benches look interesting and now hay rolls.....what's next??

    Very nice shots...I like the second one!!

    Drama...I like that second shot...are those lines rain drops??

    FLiPMaRC....what fruits are those....??
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  7. #4537
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    looks like apples faisal its a apple picking season now
    "A good friend will come bail you out of jail.... But a true friend will be sitting next to you saying .... That was fun!!"
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  8. #4538
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    Great shots michaelb. I almost feel like I'm there.

  9. #4539
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    Quote Originally Posted by 01514 View Post
    looks like apples faisal its a apple picking season now
    Actually, it's Korean Pears

  10. #4540
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    I have been a silent spectator on this thread for a while now - always in awe of the talent here. Being a serious amateur, I think this is one of the best resources to learn this fine art. Would like to post a few recently taken pics with my XSi and the 18-55 kit lens, and would really appreciate any feedback or criticism.

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