The “first look” is a special time for any couple getting married. Usually captured by a wedding photographer, this fleeting moment often shows a teary-eyed groom overwhelmed by the emotions they’re experiencing. What’s less common, however, is that the moment brings tears of laughter!
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Planning a wedding can be an emotional experience for anyone, but for bride-to-be Charlotte Villarin, it proved particularly poignant.
Weddings are a lot of pressure, especially for the bride and groom. You’re trying to celebrate your love while planning a fun party for your guests. And when the day arrives, you’ve also got to pose for hours in front of the camera. It’s enough to make anyone a little stressed!
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The winners of the inaugural International Wedding Photographer of the Year (IWPOTY) contest demonstrate the incredible variety of ways that wedding photographers capture these celebrations of love. IWPOTY honors the art of wedding photography around the world, and its winners exemplify the artistry of this special type of photography.
Weddings have undergone a transformation in recent years, and many couples are putting their own spin on time-honored traditions.
For many couples, engagement photos are an important—and public—showcase of their relationship, and it’s worth putting some thought into what...
I PLANNED A PROPOSAL FOR MONTHS.. little did I know she planned one too! #doubleproposal #lgbt pic.twitter.com/hWrIaFn3Dl — Tori 🌈 (@Toorriiiiiiiiii) February 11, 2018 A marriage proposal is a happy and joyous time, but what happens when two people propose to each other in the same moment? If you’ve never pictured that scenario before, you aren’t alone.
There are some photos you just can’t plan for, but when they happen, it seems like kismet.
There are many ways to say “I do” but few are as daring as Ryan Jenks and Kimberly Weglin.