Wedding photography has gone beyond taking snaps of the ceremony, the reception, and the preparation before the event. Now it also includes taking pictures of the proposal, the prenup shoot, and of course, the big day itself. This is why wedding photographers are very much in demand and they need to be more creative and very flexible when it comes to conceptualizing and taking great photos.
Photographer Jacob Peters was hired to capture a man’s proposal to his girlfriend, which will happen at a peak of a hiking trail. He did managed to take pictures of a couple’s proposal, but it was actually the wrong couple; another couple had the same idea and he didn’t know!
He woke up before sunrise and went on to hike in the Hawkbill Craig trail in Wisconsin. He agreed to meet there with the couple who called in earlier for his services. When he got to the place, he discovered that there was no phone signal, so he had no way to contact them and decided to just wait for them.
It was already 6:17 am when he saw a couple on the peak. He thought this was the couple he spoke with.
He waited and then he saw the guy pull out a ring and kneel in front of the woman.
Jacob then saw the woman cry and hug her man.
Jacob took pictures of the whole thing and was pleased to be able to do the job.
He packed up his stuff and hiked down. When he was able to get signal, he texted his client and told him that he was able to take beautiful pictures.
To his surprise, he received this reply: “I’m confused, we never saw you and we got there a little late, are you sure it was us?”
So it turned out Jacob spent $40 in gas and food and spent six and a half hours on the whole venture to shoot around 450 photos…only to take pictures of the wrong couple! So he turned to Facebook for help in finding this couple so he can give the pictures to them. Fortunately, the netizens helped him with his problem and he was able to locate them. He was able to give them the awesome pictures!
A Photographer’s Chilling Capture Of Ukraine’s Serial Killers’ Gazes
I won’t mind staying out of their line of sight, please.
Independent photographer David Tesinsky, known for depicting controversial and unusual social topics through his photo series, embarked on another evocative photo-documentary, this time, in a prison in Kharkiv, east of Ukraine. Those who have seen his latest photos describe the portraits chilling.
Tesinsky, writing in an article entitled “I’ve Photographed the Gaze of Serial Killers In A Prison In Ukraine”, shared that the Kharkiv jail had more leeway for those incarcerated. The penitentiary for the worst criminals in Ukraine allows weddings of prisoners inside its walls, provides TV for each convict and offers a room for rent for those who want private time with their lovers.
Together with Ukrainian journalist Oleksiy Naumenko, Tesinsky photographs the looks of evil. Locked behind bars, his camera captures the faces of men and women convicted of killing strangers, policemen and family members - one of them guilty of murdering 29 people.
Check this gallery and gaze into the eyes of these killers, all of whom are serving life sentences....
Tibetan Girl’s Unconventional Beauty Shakes the Modeling World
Her look is so different, “out of this world” is a more fitting description for her.
Right now, when you say "supermodel," you immediately think of Kendall Jenner or the Hadid sisters, Gigi and Bella. They may differ when it comes to looks, but they are still considered conventional by modeling standards. Now a new model comes in and her look is so different, and some say "out of this world" is a more fitting description for her.
Tsunaina, who hails from Tibet and is currently living in the UK, has beautiful slanted eyes, gorgeous pouty lips, chiseled jawline, and lots of beauty marks scattered all over her lower face....
American Mom Raises Her Three Boys In The Philippines As True Filipinos
The kids talk, behave, and eat like Filipinos!
She grew up in California and lived for a few years in Seattle. Now, Amber Folkman is raising her kids in another part of the globe - in Manila, a heavy populated city in the Philippines.
High temperatures, sweet mangoes, and crazy modes of transportation are what greeted them when they moved to the country back in 2009. The Philippines is where these little kids learned priceless life lessons that can serve as a compass throughout their lives....