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    Just one form the recent wedding I did... I used the sunflare and its so nice. This was shot in Napa overlooking the vineyard... shot with my 7D

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    I don't see the image, just a red X

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    Should be working now...
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    Beautiful! I really like it, but I would try another crop so you don't have so much dirt/road in the foreground
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    oh, El, this is really nice! I like it!
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    I think the picture is really nice, and the sun flare does work, but I think it might look nicer if it was a not quite so bright. my eyes are drawn to it right away, and I would know for sure that it was added in pp... (only because I have experimented with sun flares before) I'd love to see more!

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    love it! the sun flare works well here.. that setting is beautiful and the background looks like a painting! Great job!

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    I love this photo too, even with the couple being centered, it is SUCH a beautiful scene. Beth I'm pretty sure that is a deck and not a dirt road...but it does look a tad dirty/dusty for a deck. It doesn't bother me though.

    I agree that the flare could be lowered in opacity a bit. But I love the photo.

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    This is a beautiful photo! I don't know what to call it, but the "reflection" to the right of the grooms legs bothers me just a bit. It's not really noticeable, and if I was the bride I would still LOVE this pic! I have a few pics that I took that I really like, but there is the same "reflection" in a REALLY noticable spot. What causes it and any tips on how to get rid of it.
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    Tara, the reflection is a lens flare, it was added with the sunflare action. Typically it pops up when you are shooting directly at the sun.. .such as this:


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