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    Default There should be a law against it.....

    We have laws for everything else in this world but when you really need a law there isn't one.

    I mean this is an important thing and it just goes on and on with no attention to it at all. What is wrong with this world ?????

    We need a law that states that a groom can not ware a black suite if the bride is in white. The groom must ware a lighter color.

    What in the world do they expect, bride is in white white and the groom is in black and they are standing if front if am almost black background and minister is in a black robe. Now I need to take a picture of this and see some detail in the dress and some detail in the grooms suite.

    We need to write our congressman and get this fixed....
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    Default Re: There should be a law against it.....

    Shoot RAW and try Photomatix.

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    Default Re: There should be a law against it.....

    Quote Originally Posted by OzRay View Post
    Shoot RAW and try Photomatix.

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    I always shoot raw and I did get it pulled out with RSP but it was not easy.

    It would still be better to have a law against it..... LOL
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    Default Re: There should be a law against it.....

    I'll 2nd the motion if it'll make you feel better.

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    Default Re: There should be a law against it.....

    Hi Bill,

    Fuji has a camera that should handle it. I think that it has the widest dynamic range available. It outputs 14-bit/channel raw files instead of the 12-bit/channel of our cameras.
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    Default Re: There should be a law against it.....

    while you are at it, could you also get them to pass a law changing formal dress requirements for men and women?

    I'm talking about the fact that formal dress requires men to wear suit - including long sleeves on both shirt and suit coat..... while exact same formal event would require woman to wear sleeveless and backless 'evening' dress.... so either the man is boiling hot or the woman is frozen -- or both....

    we need a law to require the same 'warmth' of clothes at formal events!
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    Default Re: There should be a law against it.....

    Shoot film:-)

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    Default Re: There should be a law against it.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Huber View Post
    The groom must ware a lighter color.
    hell no! not that i'm the marrying type, but if I ever would marry, i defenitly will be wearing black. here in holland - i don't know how that is in other countries - there are grooms that wear lighter, brownish colour, well if something is disgusting...

    but to solve the dynamic range problem brides just should wear a darker colour. which bride is stepping into the marriage as a virgin anyway!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by atmosphere View Post
    hell no! not that i'm the marrying type, but if I ever would marry, i defenitly will be wearing black. here in holland - i don't know how that is in other countries - there are grooms that wear lighter, brownish colour, well if something is disgusting...

    but to solve the dynamic range problem brides just should wear a darker colour. which bride is stepping into the marriage as a virgin anyway!?
    No, no, no. It is mother of the groom that is supposed to come to the wedding dressed all in black mourning, complete with veil and armband. Though I must admit, I get along quite well with my mother-in-law.

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    Default Re: There should be a law against it.....

    I have the perfect solution, Bill. Only shoot weddings in Hawaii.

    My husband and I were married on Maui, and I wore white (no comment on whether it was appropriate or not) and he wore white slacks with an aloha shirt that had a lot of blue and white in it.

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    Default Re: There should be a law against it.....

    Quote Originally Posted by windsprite View Post
    I have the perfect solution, Bill. Only shoot weddings in Hawaii.

    My husband and I were married on Maui, and I wore white (no comment on whether it was appropriate or not) and he wore white slacks with an aloha shirt that had a lot of blue and white in it.

    Julie
    Now I could handle that... that is the way it should be.
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    Default I was too (Maui)

    I wore olive and my wife wore cream (not that that mattered). We were married in Hana overlooking the ocean.

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    Default Re: There should be a law against it.....

    I shot a wedding in Rome in August. Groom in Black, Bride in white. They didn't want to stand in the sun, so all the shots had to be shot in shade. BUT, they wanted the Imperial Forum in the backgound which is mostly white marble from the vantage point they chose.

    I was not a happy bunny.

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    Chalk up another beach wedding, I wore an ivory and pink dress and my handsome groom was in light tan slacks and a hawaiian shirt, against a blue sky. I wouldn't wear a fluffy white dress if you paid me *bleah* and it was a stretch to get my hub to wear slacks instead of shorts, much less a black suit! hee hee
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