This album shows a sequence of three portraits of the bride and her son. All three photographs were taken during a Black Creek Pioneer Village wedding.
The first image features the bride and her son looking at the camera. While I am not in love with traditional shots, they are essential in documenting the day. The mother and her son are hugging and are looking at the camera, undoubtedly happy to be together. The next image showcases the bride kissing her son on the forehead. Although it was a staged shot, both have their eyes closed, which proves they were enjoying the moment. Finally, the third image shows a playful bride interacting with her son. Admittedly, these classic wedding photos will not win awards. Still, for the family, they are the most beautiful images they have together and are worth a fortune.
Photography is not about photoshop artistry and digital tricks. Sometimes the emotions are everything. For example, the processing of these shots was simple. To match the simplicity of the situation, I only colour corrected the images and added a vignette. The bride and her son did everything and they made my job easy.