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    I just took an HDR masterclass last week at AbelCine LA with Dado Valentic, who does an amazing job explaining science and workflow while keeping a refreshing enthusiasm about color. Though the class was HDR Grading and focused strongly on specific workflows, we spent a great deal of time talking theory, color spaces, and general color science. We've come a long way from Rec709 and he does a great job explaining how to "future proof" the work we shoot, grade, and deliver. Including ACES, P3, etc etc. It was a 2day course and walked out with a notebook filled with notes and a better understanding of my work. I was fortunate enough to have the company I'm working with put me up for it but I'd say it was well worth it.
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    You'd have had to shoot from much further away, which I suspect wasn't possible, otherwise you'd have done it for perspective. And look at the design of those windows - especially the upper curved part. If you put the subjects at the center of the windows they're going to have what look like spikes or rays coming out of their heads - it will be as distracting as hell. Your first priority should always be avoiding this type of foreground/background alignment - the wedding photographer's dreaded "Lamppost growing out of head" syndrome.
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