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Tracy_McGee
04-03-2008, 07:26 PM
Should I use the processed or unprocessed version? Or neither? I, of course, have others of them looking at each other, off into the sunset and looking at me, but this is the one I grabbed. :p

I'm trying to start pulling one image from every session/wedding as I edit them to put away in my CPP image submission folder if I feel they are worthy. Is this one?

And now a wedding image question. What can be used for the wedding portion? Would the couple's engagement portrait count? Or the bridal? Or detail shots?

I know you're "supposed" to prepare them for the CPP submission as you would the for the client. Well, the processed one IS how I have prepared it for the client (though looking at it, I think I'm going to reprocess it to bring back the details in his tux), but I realize my style of processing is usually to my and my clients' liking, and not so much the critics and I'm assuming that would probably include the CPP panel. :p

1. Processed
http://www.mcgeephotography.com/CPP/wJSK001-8x10.jpg

2. Unprocessed

http://www.mcgeephotography.com/CPP/wJSK002-8x10.jpg

Tracy_McGee
04-03-2008, 07:34 PM
Oh, and I felt they were best in front of the tree for many reasons. One, the pier ended off to the left and to the right, right there beside the tree, were houses. Plus, if they weren't in front of the tree, I didn't like the way the skyline was cutting into their heads and from my position saw no better quick fix. :)

Mark_Levesque
04-03-2008, 08:01 PM
Use the processed one.

Jeff_Dachowski
04-03-2008, 08:59 PM
Tracey,
You are overthinking this. The image requirement is for the images to be as they are presented and worked up to the client. So send it in as you worked it up.

Jeff

Tracy_McGee
04-03-2008, 10:13 PM
Me? A woman? OVER THINKING something?!?! Surely you jest!!!! :p Hehe!