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    Posted: 24 March 2019 at 02:34
Think I found a better and easier way for me to share images. So just sharing two for now to see if this works better then my last attempt.

Fist image is a picture I planned to take before showing up to shoot the wedding. I had a big plan to light up the inside of the chapel with a big strobe, but we ended up being there at the perfect time where the interior lights balanced with the sky, so all I needed was a single light on the door to silhouette the couple.



This image was just some experimenting after I knew I got the first image. Slowed my shutter speed down and put a blue gel on the light hitting the door. From here, I just moved the camera in an downward motion as I clicked the shutter.



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Wonderful images - hard to choose a favourite. Thanks for sharing.
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Yes, wonderful and well executed! TFS
And the sharing also worked
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These two are very good. I slightly lean towards number one as being the better image but if I was that customer I'd be ecstatic with both. Tfs
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As said, both very good shots, but i prefer #1 with a large margin. TFS .
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That appears to be the Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel by Fay Jones (architect). That's a very nice photo of Jone's iconic style (put to good use by you and the lucky couple).

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Post Options Post Options   Quote yamaha83 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 March 2019 at 17:03
Originally posted by bms44974 bms44974 wrote:

That appears to be the Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel by Fay Jones (architect). That's a very nice photo of Jone's iconic style (put to good use by you and the lucky couple).

Cheers... Brian


Good eye! it is definitely Mildred B Cooper Chapel!
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Both are beautiful. Hello fellow Arkansan!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote homeranger Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 March 2019 at 20:26
Beautifully captured indeed! Nice use of light. Looks like a great place to photograph a wedding.
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#1 is absolutely stunning
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Beautiful pictures, thanks a lot for sharing. Very good idea and very good execution.
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