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    Taken yesterday at a friends wedding, sharpened a little with unsharpen mask.

    The bride.

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    wow. i like it a lot. i know that's not much of a 'critique', but i like the textures.
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    freaking amazing picture man! i like how it sends the message across :0

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    Love the colors and design!

    The crop seems tight at left and the bottom. If you were on to showing her body language I love this shot!

    You know there will be some more lovely design, color on her palm also?
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    Brillance of Indian culture. Truly amazing!
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    Thanks everyone, really means a lot for a newbie like me.

    To Palachandra, it's not a crop I composed the picture that way. Wish I could have gotten a few more but she was in a bit of a rush.

    Here is the inside of her hands you were talking about.
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    Here a link to the a set of my favorites from the wedding if you're interested, nice pictures of the Bride and Groom walking through a garden. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mpaulie...882205/detail/
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    I beleive you are cropping just a tad bit too much as in both pictures the hands are cut off. Even so they are wonderfully done. The clarity and colors are right on the money

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    Nice one, I agree with windrider86 about the cropping/composing too tight (in rush).
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    Beautiful wedding photos. Sept 2nd, same as mine only I just celebrated 29 :-0
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