Everybody is in his own world here. This would be a great photo to do an image map ofâ€”roll over each character and hear what they were thinking at the time. It's one of those great off momentsâ€”in between other moments. Perhaps after the group photo broke up. Nobody seems to know quite what to do next and the photographer caught them all in this in-between moment.
The rural setting has been captured well in this picture and comes across as a slightly unorthodox location, for this it stands out over more conventional settings. I think the shadow cast from the trees on the bottom of the structure places a lot of emphasis on the couple
I'm surprised, who is located here actually in the focal point? This photo works as if it would be assembled from two different pictures and connected only by the dog line. The photographer gives the same space to the persons in the left side and right side of the picture. Thus is very funny. Very well seen by the photographer.
The photographer chooses a scene for the pair, where nobody doesn't assume it. Realistically, but absurdly. The bride and the groom are perfectly built into the situation and a part of its environment. Only the garbage pail in the foreground is too much dominant.
This picture works really well in b&w with the tree branches forming a canopy over the top of the frame lending a spooky atmosphere. Shot on a nice angle (up a tree??).
The photographer has a remarkable feeling for the environment. Even if I can't see the guests in this photo, that doesn't disturb me. It's a good choice to take this photo in black/white. The graphic aspect gives the picture freshness.
Shot at the end of the day when the light is flat the mix of the tungsten bulbs in this picture makes it appear extremely moody in such a beautiful location. I think having everyone dressed in white also gives this pic more impact.
I love all of the disparate elements in this photo: the formal couple and their wedding party in the urban setting, the man taking the photograph on the right who looks like a tourist, and then how all of the lines work togetherâ€”the triangle created by the line of the stores, the wedding party in the center and the man on the right and the couple on the leftâ€”your eye just keeps going from one to the other.
What a lovely, quite moment. It's such a desolate sceneâ€”presumeably after the wedding. The composition is classicâ€”just the right amount of chairs in the frame, the rule of thirds working top to bottom, right to left.
What for an absurd photo? The bride with her bridesmaids in their clothes is completely displaced at this place. The photographer proves humor and photographs with a winking. Wonderful light, wonderful colours.
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