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Wedding Family (pic heavy - whoopee doo!!)

Snips

Always on
I photographed 23(?) people last Saturday - the family of the bride and groom. One of my photographers is a friend of the bride and she will be photographing their second ceremony of their friends in a few months time. My brain is tied in knots on modern trends ... :exit::getmecoat:

And the B&G had three parents each - it's so confusing these days!! My apologies for being so old fashioned!

Anyway - more importantly, some portraits. For me a general rule for portraits is mono and 10x8 but rules are there to be broken as you'll notice

#1 Brother of bride/groom(?) - can't remember which, if I even knew in the first place - he was the dreaded uncle with the camera!
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#2 (Forgot! But she is very pretty)
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#3 (Niece of bride/groom?)
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#4 (Mother of the bride)
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#5 (Father of the bride)
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#6 (Maybe this was the father of the bride? Previous one could be father of the groom ... or stepfather??)
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#7 Barrister - related to either the bride or the groom
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#8 Barrister's wife
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#9 Girlfriend of the groom's ... brother ... I think
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#10 Barrister again
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Snips

Always on
#1 A father - or step father!
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#2 The groom
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#3 The groom in colour - one of my favourite shots of the day
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kayak

Always on
You sure like your weddings, Snips. You have some nice shots there.
He's an idea that you might want to try next time at a wedding. Shoot photos of the balloons on the table before the guests arrive (light coloured balloons work the best). Blur the background so the balloons are the main subject. Then when you have all the important faces stored you can resize them and lightly clone them onto the balloons. A bit like a family tree but with balloons. :grin:
 

Snips

Always on
Neat idea and thank you. Not thought of that and I must expand my horizons for things like this.
 
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