Suby & Sins House

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It's always a joy when one captures images like these at weddings.

Wedding captures, is it about always capturing the smiling faces of the guests, family & couple posed and looking at the camera? Or is about capturing unscripted once in a lifetime images of the day? Now how does one know when these moments pop up? How do we know how to take these pictures? Even if we do capture these images, how does one know how to effectively edit these images to fulfil that captures true potential?

So many questions, it takes true skilled photographer(s) with experience, eye and the technical knowhow to be able bring to life a wedding with their imagery. Remember folks you have a choice, to either pay a guy with a camera to capture for all eternity the most important day of your life, or pay an artist with the experience and the savvy to blow your mind with images of your most important day.

Now how does one know who is a guy/girl with a camera, and who is an artist whose camera is just an extention of his eye? Well the taste they say is in the pudding.

The cheapest does not always mean you will get the best, the most expensive does not always mean you will get the best, finding a photographer you believe will deliver you the best should be the highest criteria.

We definitely are still Suby & Sinem - Creative Photographers

"Ars Longa, Vita Brevis"


Little Angel


It's always a joy when one captures images like these at weddings.

Wedding captures, is it about always capturing the smiling faces of the guests, family & couple posed and looking at the camera? Or is about capturing unscripted once in a lifetime images of the day? Now how does one know when these moments pop up? How do we know how to take these pictures? Even if we do capture these images, how does one know how to effectively edit these images to fulfil that captures true potential?

So many questions, it takes true skilled photographer(s) with experience, eye and the technical knowhow to be able bring to life a wedding with their imagery. Remember folks you have a choice, to either pay a guy with a camera to capture for all eternity the most important day of your life, or pay an artist with the experience and the savvy to blow your mind with images of your most important day.

Now how does one know who is a guy/girl with a camera, and who is an artist whose camera is just an extention of his eye? Well the taste they say is in the pudding.

The cheapest does not always mean you will get the best, the most expensive does not always mean you will get the best, finding a photographer you believe will deliver you the best should be the highest criteria.

We definitely are still Suby & Sinem - Creative Photographers

"Ars Longa, Vita Brevis"


comments (12)

  • ray
  • Thailand
  • 13 Mar 2008, 08:08
Brilliant "wedding photo", Sub&Sin.
I much prefer the unposed, candid shots of wedding events.
And you[&you] do them so well!
Suby & Sinem: Thank you Ray, We smiling.
  • Martin
  • Houston, TX
  • 13 Mar 2008, 17:34
You have your shmood set to red and you are big boys and girls, so I'll just tell you why I don't think this is a professional grade shot: 1. The girl is out of focus, but she is clearly intended to be the center of the shot. 2. The highlights are very badly blown. It may be intentional, but to me it looks more like carelessness. 3. The horizontals are not straight. Again this looks careless to me because it is so easy to fix.

The idea for the shot is great and I think anyone would like this type of shot in their wedding album, but I think the execution lets this one down.

Of course this is just one guy's opinion who has never taken a wedding picture in his life and is far from being a professional photographer smile
Suby & Sinem: Aaahhh a breath of fresh air, someone who actually is not intimidated to speak his mind on one of our images. Now this we really really like, more critique and your opinions to follow we hope smile

I see were you are coming from, but you know a funny thing, 2 of our strongest wedding images we have in our port are blurry, they are not perfect, but you know, it's that imperfectness and the moment it captures that adds to the whole ambience or creates the whole feel of the image when it is viewed.

Could we have straightened this shot, yes, but why did we need to? Sometimes leaving imperfections of the image intact, IS THE IMAGE.

But thanks for the critique, extremely welcome and hope we get more with upcoming imagery grin
  • Kay
  • wet and rainy portland
  • 14 Mar 2008, 02:33
Lovin' this cute and natural moment, S/S! Hope you've both been doing well. smile
  • PhotoSam
  • London, U.K.
  • 14 Mar 2008, 20:09
SWEET toning!... very nice...
  • navin
  • India
  • 17 Mar 2008, 07:21
The processing reminds me of those hollywood movies about mexico
  • DrAW!
  • nigeria
  • 17 Mar 2008, 07:40
splendid!
lovely sentiments captured

my only nitpick is her outfit's an overblown white (but then that could be my screen)
Absolutely brilliant. i like the wash of mono-sephia.
  • crash
  • United States
  • 22 Mar 2008, 22:52
beautiful shot ...a nice pre wedding moment
  • Dotun
  • 25 Mar 2008, 05:04
nope, don't work for me especially not to the standard i have seen on this blog. I think the others have mentioned the issues.

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  • Val
  • 18 Apr 2008, 13:19
why thankyou.

nice color
  • Funmi
  • 24 May 2008, 09:51
Well done S & S smile!

I like the "olde" world feel to this photo - reminds me of the monotone scenes from "Kill Bill".

Whilst I agree that it's not as sharp or straight as possible, I reckon some of the other posters have missed the point that photos don't have to be perfect all the time; indeed, they also serve to highlight the rest of the fabulous shots that I've seen on your 'chance.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Funmi, we glad you see the true potential of this image smile
  • FLOOG
  • Peacefully viewing life
  • 13 Jun 2008, 07:36
I'm with Ray on this. Unposed works so well for me. And this photograph is perfect.

Natural, imaginative, beautifully processed. This is wonderful to my eyes.
Suby & Sinem: We smiling here big time Floog grin

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