This tight photo of the groom's playful kiss and the reaction of the bride is perfectly framed and executed. If no other photo was taken on their wedding day, I think the bride and groom would have been thrilled to have just this one image.
The expressions, light, and framing of the bride and groom create a lovely candid portrait of the bride and groom as they listen to others during their reception. The groom's face, with the bride's hair framing his eye, create a touching moment.
There were a number of wonderful champagne-popping photos, but this one had a little extra bit of interest to it. Lovely evening light lit the groom and part of the bride. The angle of the shot cleans the background and shows off his coat tail as he shook the champagne violently.
Cool image. I like the mysterious mood created by the couple’s contrasting body language and low angle.
A touching moment of the bride and groom at what looks like the reception or post-wedding. Their tender touch is framed wonderfully by the other guests and the priest.
The photographer didn't stop looking for moments and captured a very telling exchange between bride and groom just by being there and being ready.
Subtle, but I find the gesture of the hands really interesting. I also like the multiple layers.
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