This was a strong photo. Well composed to get the bride's reflection included in the photo. Very good “seeing” by the photographer. Beautiful light.
This is an impressive image with some fantastic lighting. It’s compositionally perfect with that gorgeous bluish-cyan often seen in the fleeting moments of twilight. Better still is that the bride is captured in the window reflection. This is about as good as it gets.
The photographer was in the right place to get terrific expressions.
This image could almost qualify as a sports action photo. It’s all here. The garter has just left the groom’s fingers, like a quarterback passing the ball, a basketball player going for a three pointer, a shot on goal whether hockey or soccer (football). All eyes are on the prize and within a fraction of a second the play will change from offense to defense and back again until one lone player makes the catch like a pro snagging an infield fly.
What a fun image of a bouquet toss gone awry. But what makes it even better for me is the composition and cropping, creating a haphazard feel to a briefly fallen moment as that immaculately-coiffed bouquet lies forlornly upon the floor.
A good plan comes to fruition as the man in the back of the room catches the garter while sitting on another man’s shoulders. Everyone is focused on the moment except the women at left who casually chat while sipping their wine and that poor soul in a red checkered shirt caught in the crush of the rush.
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