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Colour from earlier




Interesting how the tone of a picture can affect the mood so strongly - the first and second pictures were taken seconds apart yet to my mind have a completely different emotional feel because of the quality of the light. Could they be improved? Of course, especially the first one: cloning out the wire, ensuring at the time of the shot that the bridesmaid's foot is included... But still, I like them, hence they're here. As to the last shot, the reason the groom is laughing is because the guy holding the cake has asked them to hurry up as the cake is growing heavy - doesn't sound wildly amusing now, but at the time it defused the tension, inherent in any wedding ceremony, beautifully.

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