Tom Leuntjens Photography


Heinkensberg wedding
August 18, 2008, 12:47 pm
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Maybe a bit off topic …

This weekend we were introduced to a game called geocaching, we were able to lend a GPS device from a couple of friends and took our first steps in the game.

At the heinkenbergs chappel a couple of newly-weds stepped out of the chappel surrounded by a bunch of family photographers led by htvmonique

I watched them for a while taking pictures in the garden, against the hedge, trees etc … not really taking advantage of the very shiny H20 hummer. I gently redirected everyone towards the hummer & took a shot myself 😉

I can’t seem to keep my camera stashed away, but it was good practice 😉

Heinkensberg wedding

Processing : cloned high wires & number plate. gradient filter on the sky, vignetting and a minor dave hill approach. Wanted to add some punch to a rather classic pose.

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Nice sharing. We all love photography and lets share the passion in keeping our best memories!…

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That’s a killer shot to have in a wedding album!

Comment by Thomas

thx, I hope I can do as well when its a real assignment 😉

Comment by tomleuntjensphotography

Is nice!!

The Only thing that I can say is… pimpy 😉

Comment by Frederik

Stoere foto.

Comment by Xray

Zeer knap!

Comment by Rulan Kurek

[…] Time I had enough time to prepare myself, maybe do some 2nd shooter jobs, get some experience in. The wedding I’m preparing for is coming May 2009. Funny enough, a couple of weeks later this was my first encounter with a newly wed couple. […]

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