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Tilt Shift Wedding March

This is a discussion on Tilt Shift Wedding March within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I decided to print this to see how it looks in hand. The original looked flat to me so I ...

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    Default Tilt Shift Wedding March

    I decided to print this to see how it looks in hand. The original looked flat to me so I added a tilt shift to it to maybe give it some flare.

    What do you think?

    Here is the original New Orleans Wedding


    wedding tilt by Theantiquetiger, on Flickr
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    Lovely catch!
    The effect (the blurring at the top 2 inches of this image) is a distraction for me - the picture is strong and holds its own without the effect imo.

    Additional contrast control with dodged blacks is all that is needed here imo.
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    agree with marko, i too liked the original one, the people and the place complement each other. i dont like to see those buildings blurred out they are beautiful IMO. Regards
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    Works for me. Love the black and white .... but in all honesty, there are more than two sisters in the court ....
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