Great photo of a young boy lost in cyber world while the ceremony commences. Those high top sneakers he has on doesn't hurt the photo either.
The formal setting of the wedding contrasted with the boy on his phone with sneakers is timeless in many ways. Before cell phones the boy would be playing with a gameboy or a toy car or before that perhaps jacks and marbles. The image is more about being a child than marriage but that is what I like about it. Very nice moment. Well done.
Games keep kids preoccupied. Fun photo of one not at all interested in a wedding. Not dressed for one either.
We are inseparable from our phones these days and able to document snippets of life everywhere we go. Phones are ever present in every scene and hard to eliminate if you don't want them there. This is a nice use of the phone in your frame. There is almost something romantic about the image on the phone. Well done.
On the wedding day, the photographers have to cope with the problems such as the guests,curious relatives, videographers, reporters etc. That day I found that the guests want to take the photo of the
bride and groom. They come to the front row and prevent us for doing our job. I take the opportunity to take the photo of them while they are recording the video via iPad. After that, I ask them politely to sit down so I can take the photo more easier.
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