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Summer is here, and with it, comes some of the most popular months for weddings. (June, August, September and October are apparently the most popular wedding months.) If you’ve ever been involved in a wedding, you know that photography is a significant part of the event — with standard family poses and slightly goofier “everybody jump!” shots. Until recently, couples were satisfied with simple photoshop airbrushing to eliminate facial blemishes, but now… there are some slightly more advanced techniques for a young couple’s wedding album. Here are just a few examples.
- In case you haven’t seen the being-chased-by-a-dinosaur meme, check out this wedding party being chased by a T-Rex. Remember groomsmen, you don’t have to outrun a dinosaur, you just have to outrun the bridesmaid you’re paired up with. [url]
- Inspired by that T-Rex wedding photo, another photographer created a squadron of Imperial AT-AT walkers to chase a recently married couple and their closest friends. Star Wars themed weddings should be performed every May 4th (but watch out for your C&D from Disney). [url]
- This “being chased” photoshop trend is going to jump the shark pretty soon. But it’ll probably be replaced with full green-screen videography — so that you, too, can have your wedding set in a hobbit village (unless you have a few million to actually construct dwellings in a real redwood forest). [url]
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