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The Most Absurd Wedding Photos Ever

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The Most Absurd Wedding Photos Ever

Anyone's wedding is the most critical event in their lives. It's that one day when everyone's attention is solely on the couple. The couple's behaviour, appearance, and overall wedding environment are more important than anything else. As a result, every couple strives to look their best on their wedding day. However, a new trend is to make your wedding day festivities as outlandish as possible. Yes, that's correct.

Have you ever heard of a zombie or Game of Thrones-themed wedding? That isn't all. People are opting for the most outlandish (read: absurd) photoshoots. It is gone are the days when wedding photos meant taking couples on exotic vacations where they could gaze into each other's eyes or hold hands. It's all about being unconventional and irrational these days. Sometimes it works, and other times it doesn't.

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Releasing "Dove-Chicken" Of Peace?

On your big day, you may have to substitute "Doves of Peace" for Supermarket Whole Chickens. Our bride here is channelling DC's Poison Ivy, which could foreshadow their upcoming marriage. However, if we ignore the naked flying chickens for a moment, the photographer's perfectly executed levitation shot is the only thing that stands out in this image. This image proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that modern wedding photographers are pushing their creative boundaries and thinking beyond standard shots or angles.

Isn't it funny how the chickens are floating in the air to give the impression that the couple has released them? Do you know what a levitation shot is? In technical terms, it refers to layer masking in Photoshop, whereas in layman's terms, it means defying gravity and making objects appear to be flying or floating. A photograph of the scene is taken without any models or professionals present. Many more photos are taken with that model or prop that has to be suspended in the air later on.

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