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I also had the chance to shoot some film.

Here's a few. Used a 120 kodak portra 400. Scanned by the findlab,

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Narsuitus said a "few samples"..... looks like the whole shebang got in. A ton of really nice images, too many to mention. In the last post, the 3rd one is nice in its old-type processing, but a tad tilted and could use a tick taken off the right edge. The post before that, the 2 "fun" ones with the 3 of them kicking, 2 hugging is nice and non-serious. Before that the group and other group like shots are good too.
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Narsuitus said a "few samples"..... looks like the whole shebang got in. A ton of really nice images, too many to mention. In the last post, the 3rd one is nice in its old-type processing, but a tad tilted and could use a tick taken off the right edge. The post before that, the 2 "fun" ones with the 3 of them kicking, 2 hugging is nice and non-serious. Before that the group and other group like shots are good too.
Thank you! I might have gotten too carried away of sharing!. Thank you for sharing your thoughts, I appreciate it very much.
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Wow some really nice images there!

Did you process these or are they straight out of camera? I ask because for me on my iPad some images appear underexposed and some overexposed. I'd correct those. I'd also crop a few of them to put more focus on the people.

The B&W images on my iPad appear to need much more contrast, and in some cases look underexposed. But of course it may just be my iPad. The images with the wedding gown, I'd go back and see if I could pull the highlights down, and get much more detail into it. The bride will look for it.

Go back and look at the images, and look to see if you've cut anything off on all the edges. If you have, considering cropping it out. For me, it always bugs me when there's something in the image that's been partly cut off. It cleans up the image and keeps the focus inside, otherwise your eye constantly goes to the part that's been cut off inadvertently, trying to make sense of it. It's a distraction.

But overall a nice job!
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Nice images! You did a good job. I especially liked #84 (group shot of 13 people in wedding party).

How did your student and your student's aunt like the photos?

Thanks for sharing.


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