Finishing my little romantic theme with a happy end.
The wedding picture on the wall is supposed to be there forever so it is important to find a good background. This couple is getting their picture taken with Pont Alexandre III and Hotel des Invalides behind them. What could be better?
(The frame color was a coincidence, I was trying to match their clothes and the building and had no thought of TE!)
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PechePassion (483) 2004-03-28 3:51
Très belle photo Ebbe, très bien composé avec des couleur vraiment douce.
LA scène est très composé par son cadrage bien maitrisé.
Tu devrais donner ta photo au marié car elle sera surment moins banal que ce qu'est en train de faire le photographe !
c_kyr (1810) 2004-03-28 3:57
Very nice "loving" image Ebbe.
The picture is a great capture.
Very well done!
cxxl (2682) 2004-03-28 4:08
Good candid capture Ebbe. Im doing my sister-in-laws wedding in September, so I am looking for every tip i can get ;)
eelliott305 (776) 2004-03-28 5:13
An excellent composition Ebbe. A good idea to include the tall pillar. Nice how the couples clothes match the tones of the buildings. The photographer makes a good contrast.
Clochette (8076) 2004-03-28 6:35
Very good scenery and framing, Ebbe. I agree with Frederic, your composition is certainly better than the photographer's !
jhm (127955) 2004-03-28 6:48
Excellent composition Ebbe. A good idea to include the tall pillar for detail. The picture is a great capture. Very well done.
Isabelle (9046) 2004-03-28 7:25
things definitely turned out pretty serious! ;))
great great composition, Ebbe.
impressive pillar on the right... everything looks solid and built by man. a metaphor to marriage, maybe?
congratulations once again!
Kenny10pin (19301) 2004-03-28 10:07
How romantic, great shot, it is interesting to get a shot of someone taking a shot, it shoes us how a pro really takes them.
torben (3098) 2004-03-28 10:36
The photo is well composed, good angle of view that tells the story with no frills and the cropping places everything in balance, the inclusion of the big pillar was a good decision, it balances the persons and help you keep distance. I like the distance to the persons, it places us as a casual observer strolling around the city observing life. The soft colors are an real enjoyment too.
As for the romantic thing. Of couse they are in love (I hope) but the whole setup is also artificial and stiff, I hope they soon will enjoy some real kisses too.
I also have the feeling that you made the better photo here, at least it's real, it's the benefit of being an amateur (lover) photographer, you are free to do the real thing.
avigur_11 (22031) 2004-03-28 18:10
Your short travel to Paris seems very romantic, Ebbe. Well, Paris is the right place, for sure.
You promised and you showed a kiss, Thanks. Well sen and captured.
I am always amazed how the dresses ramain white after walking in the streets..
kajenn (2410) 2004-03-28 18:38
You've catched a lovely moment, Ebbe, and there's a lot of "action" in it. All is well, that ends well! Or...?
I'm not sure that I like the big "lump" on the right hand side, though. In my eyes it creates an imbalance in the image. It's a bit too heavy. If there's no "symbolism" to it, I'd like to cut it in half - see my workshop.
dominique (11414) 2004-03-31 14:06
The good idea, an original photograph tallied very well with good colors. well considering.
Eagle78 (1925) 2004-04-01 12:37
EhEh! Wonderful capture Ebbe! This is a precious moment...mainly for those two ;) Love the almost B&W here, giving a special mood to your image. Good job!
- Copyright: Ebbe Rozel (Ebbe) (9617)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2004-03-20
- Categories: Daily Life, Ceremony, Decisive Moment
- Camera: Minolta Dimage F100
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Theme(s): Romantic Couples, Loving moments, Lovers [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2004-03-28 3:31