The Bride

Glenn Theal 9/3/2001 11:56:55 PM

A lovely photo, Debra!

I like the composition and lighting very much so.

Glenn #660

Lindy Knopf 9/7/2001 1:20:15 AM

I just love this picture! How did you get it at such a great angle?
Lindy #995

Glenn Theal 10/5/2001 7:41:43 PM

Congratulations, Debra!

This was a well-deserved place. In fact, some may even say that it should have done better.

Glenn #1513

Guy D. Biechele 10/5/2001 10:45:56 PM

Great eye, Debra. Intriguing angle and strong composition. Excellent shot! +Guy #1526

Kerri Pickette 10/23/2001 4:08:20 PM

Wow! This is a beautiful shot!!
Kerri #2082

Kerri Pickette 10/23/2001 8:30:27 PM

Thanks to everyone who commented so nicely on this photo. It was definatly not a planned shot. I was photographing her wedding and happened to be standing outside on the stairs of the church. I just happened to notice the bride adjusting her train. She was on ground level and off to my left and I was about 3 or 4 steps up. I turned and fired. Some of the best photos are totally unplanned and you never know what you will end up with until they are developed. Some are good and some are awful. That is the fun of photography! Thanks again---Debbi #2084

Detlef Klahm 5/5/2002 3:57:54 PM

perspective of this shot is unusual, and because of this and the added out of focus man( I presume groom) makes this image outstanding. if the light streak in the back adds to give form to the brides shoulder...I am sure the couple was very happy with this shot as well!....very creative Debra!! #7668

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Taken with a Nikon N90s and available light

Uploaded on 9/3/2001 11:15:33 PM Photo Contest SECOND PLACE Winner

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