Great framing and isolation of an intimate moment.
A clean and simple image framed well by the silhouetted dancers effectively captures the kiss between the bride and groom preserving their private moment without intruding.
There's a lot of energy during receptions, if this set of photos is any indication. Most of these photos try to make sense of the chaos. This photographer found a little moment of peace that gives us a glimpse into the lives of the people photographed. Nicely done.
Despite undoubtedly photographing this traditional event at many weddings before, the photographer succeeds in capturing a humorous telling image. The delight in the faces of the onlookers and the reaction of the person in the chair are preserved perfectly.
Weirdly timeless. Is this 2012 or 1952? No matter, the bride is the center of attention, in her mind at least, and that’s what this photo shows so nicely. Again, who knew hands were so important in wedding photography (and not just hands with rings on them).
There were A LOT of photos of grooms (and brides) being hoisted in the air. This one captures the energy with just a little more clarity and crispness. Like other photos in this category, the hands drive the visual direction of the photo.
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