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Thursday, May 8, 2008

K&N cont. part 2

So we've done the second part of the photo reviewing process. Which was to have the couple filter out which pictures they wanted to go into the album. They went through un-edited photos and drop into their favorite folder. Still very massive!! :P
Now, as I take a look at this folder, this photo totally caught my attention and I just want to share a few for now with you:

Check out the texture in the background, the winding tree trunks and the full leaves. This tree caught my eyes (did I say that already, who cares, saying it again)! TT sees sparkles in the tree. The whole composition is a "WOW" to me! Go TT! (of course these are post-processed versions)

I wanted to put a note on this one. On the original version of this picture, TT's lighting on the couple's face was amazing. As I recalled, we took these in a very shady area, of course with the big old tree. But the lighting was perfect. (I haven't given him my opinion, he can read it off of here!)

How about one of my shots, also one of their favorites:)

There's plenty more...I'll try to share as I make progress in going through these :P

As I have practiced it, photography produces pleasure by simplicity, I see something special and show it to the camera. A picture is produced. The moment is held until someone sees it. Then it is theirs. Photography, alone of the arts, seems perfected to serve the desire humans have for a moment -- this very moment -- to stay. - Sam Abell, Stay This Moment : The Photographs of Sam Abell by Sam Abell (Photographer), Robert E. Gilka , ISBN: 0934738726


Anonymous said...

Wow... I love these pictures and now i have to go over which one i can use for my canvas portraits. Thanks for your artistry.

Anonymous said...

absolutely gorgeous!

Embrace Photo said...

Thanks maria :)

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