Kiss me forever!
by: © Jaques Scheepers
you captured the moment exactly like you planned, and that is always a winner. For a more romantic effect, use your lens capabilities and f2.8 with the kissing moment as the focus will improve you image a lot. Well done.
romantic subject that works well with your backgroud
Well composed with rule of thirds prominent
Use of camera,
your focus is clear right through the image.
Taken on a D7000 and a 24-70mm f2.8 lens. This shot was taken during a Post wedding shoot last October. The couple looked great together and tried to get a photo of a ver see all >
Taken on a D7000 and a 24-70mm f2.8 lens. This shot was taken during a Post wedding shoot last October. The couple looked great together and tried to get a photo of a very romantic kiss between them.
Lens: Zoom: Variable focal
Reviewed by GuruShots Pro
How to improve your photo
Improvement can be done with closer in on the subject with for detail of both faces
bigger aperture (f2.8) will blur your background and give a better "romantic" feeling
Move yourself closer and get different angle to get your effect as required
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