A gorgeous bride holding her veil

This photo was taken with a Nikon D70 using natural light. I used an oval marquee, then feathered it 250 pixels and applied Gaussian blur to the background. I also ever so slightly fisheyed the background to give it a little more depth. Finally, a minor vignette was added. I do find the car in the background a bit distracting but don't have the skills yet to clone it out.

Posted by Amandah Schmalz on Fri, 04/03/09 12:16
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Comments by Jeff Dye on Fri, 04/03/09 14:06

Be more watchful about what's going on around your subjects, like cars, then you don't have be concerned about big cloning projects.


Comments by street junkie on Sat, 04/04/09 15:27

this is hard and not pleasing light. Direct flash is BAAAAAAAAD with wedding photo!!


Comments by Amandah Schmalz on Sat, 04/04/09 22:09

This was not a flash, it was natural light.


Comments by Rafael Seibert on Mon, 04/06/09 20:23

It's not just the car, it's the whole busy background that's a big problem with this shot. Your others are better.

-Raf


Comments by street junkie on Mon, 04/13/09 10:51

if this is natural light, you have to look better. not all natural light is nice to the skins. this is not good the skins tones.