Photographer Writes Op-Ed, Reflects on 451 Weddings

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It’s no longer enough to take wedding pictures that show a bride and groom in love—dancing, whispering during dinner, playing with a nephew or niece. These days, wedding pictures are elaborate, photographer-contrived setups that show the newlyweds kissing in a wheat field (as if it were a natural act to go wheat-harvesting on one’s wedding day) or aboard an old-time fire engine.

Great read from a professional wedding photographer looking back over his career. He finds himself curious about the lives of the couples whose marriages he shot. This curiosity leads him to some interesting places and revelations such as the one above.

Read more via Remains of the Day | People & Politics | Washingtonian.

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