A pensive child dressed like an adult among adults; the hands telling different stories about the subjects whose heads were interestingly cropped by the photographer. A great and enigmatic image prompting questions and interest.
Like a great European movie, you know something dramatic may soon happen but you don’t know how it will end.
Remembering what it was to be a boy: That was my thought as I looked down and saw those three kids looking under the curtain towards the groom and family. I thought of what it was like to try and unlock the mysteries of adulthood. They curiously peeked to see what the bride could not. I knelt down and placed my camera on the floor, and the chaos seen here ensued. An adult did save the day seconds later, and the moment was recorded so as to be told and laughed about and embellished upon for years to come.
The Wedding Photojournalist Association put the world's best wedding photography at your fingertips. We offer a new perspective on wedding photography - quietly capturing the real moments as they happen for the bride and groom. It is our goal to use photography to tell the story of your wedding day, not dictate it for you.