This image really captures the joy between this couple. The out of focus quality of the image works well here and doesn't feel like a technical malfunction but rather serves to convey the feel of the couple at that time. You don't feel the photographer's presence at all in this picture. Great photojournalism.
This shared moment between the two women is just lovely. The photographer’s distance to the women and lens choice make this picture close enough to really capture the intimacy of the moment but the photographer also creates a clean and lovely composition.
Such a powerful expression. It is a simple photo. Nothing fancy here, just a solid moment, really paying careful attention to expressions and emotion. The strong backlight works really well here. Excellent image.
The tightness of this frame captures small details like the wetness of the bride's eyes and the wrinkles on her mother/grandmother's (assumed) face. I love the idea of capturing a moment shared between generations.
A fairly standard view at a wedding but so well done! The photographer really captured the groom so well and the long row of groomsmen sharing in the moment completes the whole picture. Not easy to choose to photograph the groom in the big moment but it paid off well here.
Father/daughter (assumed) moments are always precious and this one seems so tender and private. I love that the photographer took the time to look away from the action to find this quite moment on the periphery.
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