I always come back to looking for images that surprise me, and this one does. I mean, the knife, the expression? I love it, I'd love to have a print of this. It's just almost a little surreal. Great find in a normally very constructed environment.
The photographer captured great expressions in this unexpected moment where the layering has good information throughout the photo.
This has fraternity written all over it. I almost feel for the photographer who had to shoot this wedding, but that being said, it's a nice, peak, moment and one that is VERY surprising. I haven't seen someone's face shoved in the cake like that. While I find that childish, it's very humorous.
The photographer was definitely in the right place for this photo. Timing is everything sometimes and this photograph is a great example of that!
This is just a darn funny picture depicting boys being boys. A second sooner or a second later and the photographer would not have had the image, but this one is perfect.
The photographer shot a beautiful moment of the bride’s expression as she hugs the groom after the cake cutting. It’s always nice to see different angles for some of the typical photo opportunities at a wedding.
The jubilant expression of the bride is accentuated by the use of a dramatic angle.
I love her expression in this picture, you can feel her anxiety. I also love it when contrasted against his lack of knowledge of her concern, it plays well against each other. One wonders if the cake, indeed, is about to fall over.
This image is a little hard to read, but it rises to it's position because of it's subtlety. I love her expression and him pointing the finger. It's a nice image that rings strong in the docmentary category, and it reveals a lot about the situation. The body language is key to this image and helps it override the fact that it's not a easy read. Great work.
It’s hard to go wrong with a bunch of inquisitive kids’ faces in a photograph. The photographer got down low on this photo to accentuate the faces. Tight focus throughout helps this image of anticipation, like “when am I gonna get my cake?”, flow.
This is a nuts and bolts kind of a photograph, one that is pretty straight-forward but yet it's very well executed and evokes a nice emotion. The left part of the frame is distracting but the subjects have such nice expressions, and I love the textures of the photograph. Typical? Yes, but nevertheless, well done.
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