Married at last!by: © Jano Jacobs
7.6
Overall
Rating
8
Subject
of photo
7
Use of camera,
exposure
& speed
8
Focus
8
General
impression
7
Composition
& Perspective
8
Depth
of field
7
Color &
Lighting
Description
I took this photo in RAW, totally screwed up the photo with overexposure. I forgot to change the setting after taking an indoor photo. I fixed it in adobe camera raw. I wanted to get as much of the chains in as posible.
Technical Details

Canon EOS 7D

Lens: Zoom: Variable focal
F-stop: F5.6
ISO: 200
Flash: None
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Bryan Pereira
20+ Years
United Kingdom
Travel
75 Jobs
I have been involved in the photography business for over 20 years working in Europe, North and South America and Af...
General
impression
Good recovery if the exposure was an issue, works well in B&W
8/10
Subject
of photo
Nice happy coupl eshot
8/10
Composition
& perspective
quite like it, not sure about some of the background elements though
7/10
Use of camera,
exposure
& speed
think the overexposure actually helped to give you a clean sky
7/10
Depth
of field
would have liked less DOF given the subject
8/10
Color &
Lighting
nice tones
7/10
Focus
looks sharp
8/10
How to improve your photo
1.
hard to tell from a jpeg but would have liked a little more tone in the dress and a little lighter on the faces
2.
shirt on groom needs bringing back a little right side looks over exposed
3.
brides cheek looks over processed, you might have to do some selective processing to keep the tones in check
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Bryan Pereira
Experience: 20+ Years
I have been involved in the photography business for over 20 years working in Europe, North and South America and Africa. My main focus is Fashion and Travel Photography with my work appearing in magazines, newspapers and online for organizations including National Geographic and The BBC. I hav...
Specialty:
Travel, Adventure, Black & White, Fashion, Wildlife
Location:
United Kingdom
Jobs: 75 Jobs
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