Re: [OM] [IMG] My sister's wedding

Subject: Re: [OM] [IMG] My sister's wedding
From: Chuck Norcutt <chucknorcutt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 02 Jun 2011 12:37:50 -0400
I think you did well.  The only work you need to do is some 
shadow/highlight adjustments on some images and a better white balance 
on the color images.  I don't think I'd try to get a true white balance 
but what you have it much too yellow.  I assume the A200 is the Minolta 
A200.  If you shot in raw you should be in good shape.

Chuck Norcutt

On 6/2/2011 8:43 AM, Willie Wonka wrote:
> As mentioned before, went to St.Louis for my sister's wedding.  They
> are religious and got married in a church.  That looks like a
> sauna...:)
> She had asked me to be her photographer, but I know better and said
> "no".  You will be convinced that I made the right decision once you
> see the pictures.
> This is my second attempt at shooting people.  I had to put the
> camera back in the bag a few times either because nothing good was to
> come out or for example in the church, I was getting sarcastic (one
> of the services I provide...:).  I might dislike religion in all of
> its forms, not only yours...), but am not an a$$ who will start
> mocking people because of it, especially in the place where they
> gather to worship.
> You can see that the A200, although fantastic tool, isnt really up to
> the task.  I had to bump up the ISO which led to noisy images.  Did
> fantastic job metering tho...I like the ones that document what the
> photographer did, but unfortunately, they are the ones that need most
> work (such as, darkening some windoz...)
> There are fifty sompin' images, one of them ridiculously funny.  All
> safe for work.  Sit back, relax and start clicking, if you want
> to...:)
> Best
> Boris
> p.s. :
> http://s77.photobucket.com/albums/j54/alienspecimen/Wedding/
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