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Old April 28th, 2008, 09:13 AM   #16
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Hi Mike! You're honesty is greatly appreciated!

Yep, our WA lens by century optics will be coming this first week of May! :D
Hmmm, about the eyes on the 1 min mark, we only did minimal color grading for most of the scenes on this one and i don't really see anything that the bride would not find really good about it... Hmm, must be because the makeup wasn't finished yet?

About the shadows, yep! The church was pretty much backlighted so we placed two lights up front in the altar. I guess that's the reason about the shadow during the walk of the groom with his parents when Alvin was gliding his way across. Hehehe!

Will sure tell Alvin! Cheers!
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