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Cake Bride

Wonder how they’re going to get her down the aisle?

27 Comments
  1. cameraclicker cameraclicker says:

    The D100 was Nikon’s first amateur DSLR, introduced way back in 2002. It was replaced by the improved D70 in 2004 and the D70s in 2005.

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    • Kristian says:

      Which is perfect since this seems to be this photographer’s first amateur photo.

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    • Andre says:

      Wasn’t the D100 a higher-end camera, similar to the modern Nikon D7x00?

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      • Protog says:

        Yes, the D100 is an intermediate camera. Besides, the equipment is not the issue

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    • Alex says:

      The D70 didn’t replace the D100.

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    • Desir√©e says:

      And your point is…?

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      • cameraclicker cameraclicker says:

        Well, I’m wondering what bride = ? And I’m wondering why she is on a couch in a funeral home, but superimposed on a cake which is hiding the couch. She is transparent/translucent in several places as is her train. So, pretty much a mess. I’m also wondering what significance Nikon D100 is to all of this. When I looked it up, Ken Rockwell’s take was that the D100 is Nikons first pass at an amateur dSLR. So, my point is, did a professional take some or all of this abomination using a camera intended for amateurs then make a Photoshop disaster and post it on their commercial Facebook page? Or, was it done by a student as part of a high school project of some sort, given a water mark or two and posted? How much are they charging for their photography?

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  2. Jay says:

    I am so confused as to what is happening in this photo.. help!

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  3. Beth says:

    I’d love to know what the bride equals.

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  4. MarySmith says:

    I really have to know WHAT the bride thought of this image!! LOL

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  5. Heather says:

    I love how they left the foot rest in the picture. Thank you for the laugh. Lol. :)

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  6. HennyM HennyM says:

    what happened to her hand?

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  7. MANDY GODBEHEAR says:

    She looks like she has socks on …this one really is an eye sore!

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  8. Alaina says:

    LOL this is the most horrible thing I have ever seen!!! I can’t stop laughing!

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  9. Jodes says:

    Good grief!!!!!!!
    What the actual fuck?!

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  10. Susan says:

    Is she just hanging in thin air?

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  11. Moxi says:

    I literately YELLED WTF when I saw this. roflmao. Thanks for a good laugh!

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  12. BurninBiomass says:

    Waiter, there is a bride in my cake!

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  13. Matt says:

    That’s a big cake. They must have a lot of guests at their wedding….

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  14. Thom Thom says:

    Is this to prove that D100 can go double exposure? If not, I’m confused.

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  15. bubba says:

    well doesn’t this just take the cake!

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  16. Ali C says:

    My mind when I saw this:

    weorj;soirasoisjrawoeri ?????

    I think my poor brain was trying to figure out what exactly is happening in this photo. Then it just gave up and resulted in a jumble of random letters.

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  18. Fuzzypiggy says:

    I can just imagine what went through the photog’s mind, “You know the more wedding junk I put in the image more wedding-y it will look! It can’t fail! Just to be doubly sure people know I know my sh*t I’ll put my amazing camera tech skills to work by showing them what camera this was shot with then all the local couples will be beating a path to my door when they see this!”.

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  19. mrrabbit2502 says:

    Canon is better. I rest my case.

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