Flowers, Patel-Vieth Wedding, July 2010

Flowers, Patel-Vieth Wedding, July 2010

I have not been posting for a lot of reasons: I have been traveling, I have had a lot to do, and I have been editing tons of photos from Sheila and Peter’s wedding, which I shot in July. I didn’t want to share any of the images before they had seen all of the edits, and I have been long in doing them due to my research trip the HMML in Minnesota. Now that I am working on the final edits, I thought I would push a few of them over here to flickr and my weblog, to share some of what I have been doing. It was my first wedding, and any comments or feedback are welcome.
Peter and Sheila made their own bouquets, corsages, and the like, which I appropriated before they were distributed, in order to capture them in their pristine state.
I had awful problems with the color temperature of the shadows in this flash-lit, indoor photo being too blue–after much color correction, I still had to desaturate blues and cyans in order to make it look really white–has anyone else dealt with this specific problem, and has a workaround?

I have not been posting for a lot of reasons: I have been traveling, I have had a lot to do, and I have been editing tons of photos from Sheila and Peter’s wedding, which I shot in July. I didn’t want to share any of the images before they had seen all of the edits, and I have been long in doing them due to my research trip the HMML in Minnesota. Now that I am working on the final edits, I thought I would push a few of them over here to flickr and my weblog, to share some of what I have been doing. It was my first wedding, and any comments or feedback are welcome.

Peter and Sheila made their own bouquets, corsages, and the like, which I appropriated before they were distributed, in order to capture them in their pristine state.

I had awful problems with the color temperature of the shadows in this flash-lit, indoor photo being too blue–after much color correction, I still had to desaturate blues and cyans in order to make it look really white–has anyone else dealt with this specific problem, and has a workaround?



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