testimonials photography

testimonials photography

These testimonials photography came from Professional Forums of Photography where I post my photos

1 – For this post:
http://www.thierrydehove.com/2010/02/28/wedding-photography/
From http://forums.popphoto.com

We expect good things from you and these certainly meet that expectation, well done images.
What I like.
Overall these are excellent and you handled some difficult situations lighting very well.
The father in me really likes the B&W of girl leaning on the back of the chair, what a moment.
The artistic side of me likes the high contrast b&w of the couple.

Not only good photographing but great creative artwork too! I have always wanted to do creative artwork for a wedding instead of the boring poses that most do. I like these…great job.

These are wonderful. You have a natural eye that truly captures the critical moments. Graphics had some good advice, but I would be surprised if your clients / friends would notice and be anything but completely satisfied.

 

From http://photography-on-the.net/

Not gonna lie: I think you did a marvelous job.
I think your B&W conversions could use a little more punch, but that’s a matter of personal taste. Your post and presentation look great, the website is easy to navigate (and quick) and the photos capture the event nicely. Very professional. Color me impressed.

It looks like they must really like you for them to take a chance like that. Some amazing props in the background

 

From http://www.cameralabs.com

first of all: congratulations on doing your first wedding! And in such beautiful settings and circumstances. Great surroundings and weather/light.
From the perspective of professional wedding photography, I think you have really accomplished that core value of creating images that look like they could be in a lifestyle magazine. They definitely fit the the exclusive level of the wedding itself!
Of course you most important compass is how your customer feel about them and that, above all else, is your success indicator.
You’ve nailed some great angles..your WB/color and details with all the white is spot on.
On a personal level, referencing just my own taste, the cross-section of images you have listed are almost "too pretty". I’m sure you have tons and tons of other pictures and I realize that I’m just looking at a small sample of them. However, they are – when seen together – almost too "perfect". I’m not sure if they indeed come from a magazine shoot. Everyone looks perfectly pretty.
But absolutely lovely images that any couple can enjoy.

I loved the photo’s except the wide angle table HDR-ish shot, that one made me go "ew"
I’d say the others are excellent though

Lovely work. The one below is my favourite and, I imagine, quite a challenge. Could you share your camera settings and any use of flash, please.

good pictures!
i really like that pictures that you guys pointed out.
that’s capturing the moment!
n
ice job

 

From http://www.photoforum.com

I like your "wedding" point of view, especially that soft light on pictures. I think young couple should be satisfied:)

they all look amazing! i wish my first wedding looked that awesome

Thierry…beautiful images! You have a very creative perspective on wedding photos – definitely not your run-of-the-mill wedding pics. My favorite is the one where they are walking out the door…and yes, that is indeed the stress (and the joy) of wedding photography: there are a multitude of poignant and unique opportunities, and the best photographers are the ones who stay alert and capture those fleeting moments. My last wedding shoot was more than 20 years ago, and it was too stressful (and at that time one didn’t know how they turned out for at least several days).

Nice job.

 

From http://www.fredmiranda.com

Looks to me that you’ve got a style I haven’t seen too often before.In my opinion; follow your gut instincts; they’re leading you to some cool directions.

From http://www.cameralabs.com

I like your pit-lane images, you’ve caught the atmosphere well. Your shots of the moving cars, however, show very little sense of motion and you need to work on bringing the shutter speeds down for that sort of image. The Hi-sat look works for many of these shots, I like it.

 

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http://www.thierrydehove.com/category/photography/model/olena-markel/
From http://photography-on-the.net

Excellent work Thierry. Beautiful model and the lighting is fantastic. I really like how you blended the flash with the available light

 

From http://www.cameralabs.com

hello friend …yeah this is really very nice photo this an beautiful art go ahead my best wishes always with u…

 

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3 – For this post:
http://www.thierrydehove.com/category/photography/cars/daytona-rolex-24-hours/
From http://forums.popphoto.com

yes, the weather was terrible and cold on those day in Daytona, I live about 1/2 hour from the track and had friends who worked there on that week,, you got some neat shots there for sure, to bad there wasnt sunny days those colors and cars would have POPPED then !! nice captures, capturing emotion in the people too

From http://photography-on-the.net/

i think the high saturation suits what your shooting, racing cars with bright attractive colours

 

From http://www.cameralabs.com

I like your pit-lane images, you’ve caught the atmosphere well. Your shots of the moving cars, however, show very little sense of motion and you need to work on bringing the shutter speeds down for that sort of image. The Hi-sat look works for many of these shots, I like it.

some are pretty cool, i like the griddy post processing aswell, suits me. even though the weather was against you i guess, you got some great photos

 

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