The composition and use of color are the key elements of this image. I can see a large print of this image hanging on the wall of an important room or their home--that is what it is all about in my book.
Perfect composition and separation of the subjects. Beautiful color use.
This photograph combines the good thinking to place the bride in her environment plus the technical ability to produce a meaningful picture the bride and her new family will appreciate for years. The expression on the child's face shows good timing.
This is a really beautifully captured scene and sweet moment. The photographer did a great job of using the natural light to keep the moment pure and simple with the incorporation of the city outside. It tells the story well.
This is the perfect moment of putting on the dress. Although we don't see their faces, we know how special that moment and the gestures of the bride's hands and the woman give the sense of movement, tension and anticipation of this crucial moment for the bride. The composition and use of light, the white and windows adds to create a beautiful yet simple image.
There were very few images that I thought were photographs. This one is a journalist at work photographing an important moment without interfering with what was going on.
The man in the wheel chair came in the back entrance just as the bride was heading to the front of the church for the ceremony entrance. I was able to get two frames and move slightly for the second picture improving the composition. This is a full frame image taken with a 35mm lens.
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