Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by alexromo, Oct 29, 2008.
or if you guys got any better ideas plz let me know
better idea would've been to take the picture BEFORE they cut the cake.
oh, and both pics look the same. and yes, I noticed you cropped.
Or possibly while they were cutting it, but now all I do is stare at the bits and pieces left behind by the shitty cut. It actually took me a while to even notice the difference in crop because I was just staring at the cut
Post cut is worthless and messy. Unless you're showing them cut it or the devastation after the ceremony, it shouldn't be done.
god, I wish I had a subscription so I could add you to my ignore list.
if you shot this wedding, i dont understand why you would care about a picture of a cut into cake. Yeah give it to the bride and groom as a proof. but why show it to us? Both images look the same, Shit in shit out, cropping the image like that isnt gonan change that. If you wanted a shot like that why not get close, and shoot just the cut with the silverware? or Why not show a shot of the cake as a whole.
Pick and choose the shots you edit, and then work on those. Dont just PP everything.
1 - more focus on the cake, than the fork/knife.
They look the same to me. Girth, are you using Safari?
I'm using Safari and FireFox and they look the same to me other than the crop.
uhhh...3? maybe if it was shot at a different angle.
fix the exposure and crop out the bottom so it's just about the cake. No need for the extra spoon and reflections in the knife and spatula.
Don't like either photo and someone butchered the cake cutting it like that.
i have some of that, but they arent as interesting
well, the people who got married were nigerian
or you could not click on the threads i make
then you're doing it wrong.
it was an off day