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I’m embarrassed to say but not enough to admit that I did a wedding many years ago and the groom had seen a shot somewhere like #3, requested I do it and I did. While I like to accommodate requests, I try to steer people away from nonsense however I figured just this once I’ll shoot it and bury it. No, it’s not the one above and you’ll never see it because I really did send it to digital heaven. Ugh. Shame on me.
But you don’t put it on your website right, we all do things for money and just let them slip through so no one else sees them.
I did something similar a few years back because the bride wanted it. The things we do for money…
I have to admit I kind of like the first one. It’s funny and the photoshop looks ok.
If it’s what the Client asked for, it’s reasonably well done and executed. Just another false positive from a hack editor.
About the giant monster bride, I don’t see why it’s ridiculous to laugh at yourself sometimes. I find it funny and not too bad technically.
This made me laugh actually. Then I realised it’s because for some odd reason I’m associating this image with Shrek.
I like it. Obviously done for a laugh, and if you stop and think about it, this kind of photo makes it into the slide show for the twenty-fifth and fiftieth wedding anniversary parties. Not all wedding photos need to be so bloody serious.
Lighten up,, the giant bride one is kinda fun. Uptight fucker.
Dude lighten up. I’m sure the photog just did it as a joke. There’s nothing wrong with laughing at yourself and being silly sometimes. This picture doesn’t belong on this site.
The giant bride image made me laugh–in a good way. I love the idea.
The only thing wrong with this one is the post processing.
i actually like this, its not good photography, but funny as hell
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