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Really like the shot of the legs. It has a sense of humour without actually being able to see their faces.


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Thanks Christoff87!

Here's a couple more:

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f/1.4 | 1/50sec. | ISO 5000 | 35mm



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f/1.4 | 1/100sec. | ISO 5000 | 35mm



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f/1.4 | 1/40sec. | ISO 5000 | 35mm



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f/1.4 | 1/80sec. | ISO 5000 | 35mm

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You have done an excellent job of capturing the atmosphere at the reception/party IMHO and I think your style fits very well to the location the couple had chosen based on what I can see in the photos. The word rustic comes to mind. I very much like the grains as well. I would not have chosen to present the second photo if it had been me because of the motion blur. It is just too unclear for my taste.

I like to see some shots with the 35mm. It is good to see that you have been able to put it to good use. I am guessing the 85mm was too tight for the venue, but I liked the legs shot you got with it.

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