The faces on the three boys is just great and framed well by the bride and groom.
I really like how you don’t feel the photographer’s presence in this sweet, intimate and well-composed moment. The photographer handled the strong back lighting well.
The eyes in the three children really give a sense of spontaneity, emotion and the movement of the hands is perfect. A skilled photographer recorded a subtle scene to make all of us enjoy the "moment."
The bridal couple crouched down to the flower girl’s level - it happens in every wedding with the cute kid walking down the aisle but the photographer getting down to their level makes the picture stand out that much more. It wouldn’t if the photographer had stayed standing.
This is just a terrific moment beautifully captured in a solid documentary style.
I love how the photographer framed this moment – it takes an expected moment from a timeless ritual to a new level. I also like how the ruffles on the dress complement the texture of the flowers and stage covering.
A young girl’s pride is captured at the perfect angle isolating her from the adults around her.
On leaving the church all eyes converge on the wedding couple. My eye stopped at this "little maid of honor" looking at this adult world, surprised by so many sounds and excitement around it.
By framing the child tight and cutting the heads of adults, I stressed the size of this young girl. I thus reinforced her status as a child. Her expression did the rest.
Canon 5D, 28mm, 800 ASA, 125th diaphragm 5.6 ½
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