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Old January 11th, 2008, 09:03 PM   #46
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Hi Travis,

Thanks for your input.

When I was going through her vows, I loved the shot of her that I used first. That shot was actually from the end of her vows. When I'm going through their vows, I'm looking for great emotional looks. I watch for the Brides reaction to the Grooms vows. This Bride almost looked in pain as the Groom said his vows. She was trying very hard not to cry and it just wasn't a good look for her, so I had to settle with the shot you saw.
Totally understand. Sometimes going with what's best isn't apparently obvious to anyone who hasn't seen the footage. Sounds like you made the right call.
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