- Miss Sardine
- 8 years ago
- Wedding: September 2012
1 or 4! love them!
1 or 4! love them!
#1 & #6 are my favs! Gorgeous!
I voted for #1! I liked all of them, but I really feel that one captures the emotion of the day.
Just an FYI – You can probably still use the pics that are closely cropped, often they can “mirror” the edges around the wrap or just make edges black in lieu of wrapping the photo around.
i voted #4, but #5 was a close second. i feel like, for something that big, it should be artsy, but on the same note i prefer more portrait-style photos for display in my home (i like the artsy kind, but prefer them to accent books and albums, rather than standing on their own, at least in the context of wedding photos). i feel like these two options strike the perfect balance between art and a portrait where someone can see your faces.
As soon as I saw 1, I was like pick that one! But when I saw 4 I was stuck between the two. They’re all gorgeous btw 🙂
It depends on where it is going. I like 6 because it is still personal to you guys, sweet, but still has a very nice background and landscape to it, that it makes its not so in your face. Although, this is an unpopular decision, so I get it’s probably not for you. Also, number 1 is lovely, for lets say a bedroom, but I don’t know about in the living space.
I also vote for #1 but #4 would be my second fav! I live about 15 minutes from the Joliet Train station…almost picked it for the reception but wanted the reception to be closer to my church. Super jealous that you got such GREAT photos there. Did you happen to get any pics when the bridge up?
I like #1 and #4~but I like #1 just a little bit more because it’s very romantic.
I like #7 the best. I feel like it has architectural elements that could be featured in art photography, even without a bride and groom in the shot. Also, there are no filter effects that could be considered “trendy” and eventually date the canvas.
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