What can I say, it’s funny. The longer you stare at the car you wonder how they fit into it. I think since everyone is serious in the photo adds to the silliness of it. Hey maybe it’s really their car.
Size difference of bridal couple’s car stacked up with the right choice of lens works to create a very funny look.
This photograph succeeds because the expression on the man’s face is inherently funny and because the long lens used to make the photograph eliminates background distractions and forces the viewer to concentrate on the man’s face. We don’t know what she just said to him but whatever it was, it was quite a surprise.
The cigarette is the perfect prop to break all the bounds of harmony that exist in this picture. It's the one thing that doesn't belong and therefore it raises this image from ordinary to extraordinary.
I’m guessing it’s a modern day may pole – it doesn’t really matter it’s funny and the brides expression just adds to the silliness. The framing of the photo was wonderful, with the women on the far left peaking into the frame.
Intriguing situation captured with the right lens at the right time and cropped to maximum effect.
The right lens and aperture with strong, directional light from the sun, helped to separate elements within the photograph when the wind caught bride’s veil…. And thus isolate the groom’s great look when he realized what was happening.
Getting down on the dance floor can be problematic . . . especially when you can’t get back up! This bride may be demonstrating the latest dance step, but from the look on her face she may have stepped over the line. The viewer isn’t exactly certain what’s happening in this photograph, but as the song lyric goes, “Imagination is funny.”
It’s a wonder more people aren’t seriously injured at wedding receptions because sound judgment is as scarce as empty glasses. Too bad wedding rehearsals don’t include acrobatics. These two could have used the practice. The composition leaves a lot to be desired. What you see is what you get. But what you get is funny.
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