The alignment of the three men lined up to tie their ties is nice. No one's face is hidden and all three are in different aspects of tieing the damn tie.
There were a lot of 'team' readying pictures. I liked this one. It seems completely natural and well-composed.
Good repetition with the guys intently putting on their ties. Good angle so that all the ties are visible.
Of all the â€œmoment of prayer before the ceremonyâ€ photos in this batch, this one was the best. It showed the most energy. You could tell it was right before the wedding itself (and not possibly a bachelor party) since all the men are in their suits. Good faces on the grooms' party.
Pictures like this demonstrate how a photographer can work close in without being a distraction. It comes from being comfortable to be around. People see how you work and think and forget that you are even in the room.
A perfect moment. Much implied, but you dont have to show more than the reactions.
This image simply grabs your attention, just as the woman in the bathrobe did to the two men in kilts. It holds your wonder and begs you to speculate as to the nature of the humorous exposure. Is she too wearing a kilt?
Well done in getting that look of total bewilderment.
Color, framing and expression are what set this image up to create a powerful composition.
I think it's lovely. The colors are great, as is his expression.
This image is all about the subtle body language of the central figure, which is elegant, expressive and unencumbered by the presence of the photographer. As your eyes move through the photograph, you become aware that everyone in the frame is in a state of relaxed preparation, a delightful moment that we are allowed to share.
A fairly simple but intimate picture made better by the beautiful natural light hitting the subject, and the gesture of the hand and the body language of the hand in his pocket. You can feel his nervousness.
The low angle and the framing to include two other faces makes this one better than ordinary. I would suggest cropping a little bit on both sides to bring your eye even more to the man putting on the cufflink.
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