It’s high time for American couples to take their cue from the Russians when it comes to their style of wedding photography. The new rules for capturing your big day include: don’t be afraid to rely heavily on Photoshop, draw inspiration from Greek mythology, and spread your legs whenever you feel like it. There’s more ridiculousness where these pair of newly betrothed centaurs come from. Think, brides peeing and couples riding giant swans.
Click through to see a few of my favorite traditional Russian wedding photos. I’m sure you’ll approve as much as I do. [DailyMail UK via Sad And Useless]
Zach Braff pops up all kinds of places where he isn’t wanted, like Starz repeats of “Garden State” and the endless loop of “Scrubs” reruns on some channel my mom watches. But Zach deserves a venti caramel mocha latte for his latest surprise: he photobombed a newlywed couple’s schmoopy photoshoot in the middle of Times Square. Photographer Sascha Reinking was going through pictures he took during a shoot and noticed Zach in the background with a Starbucks drink and a big goofy grin. The photographer then tweeted at the actor, “Sir, I think you photobombed my newlywed couple the other day in New York. :) Well played …” and Zach retweeted it with the comment, “This is one of my best photobombs ever.” Indeed, Zach Braff, indeed. [New York Daily News]
Say you’re an offbeat couple who wants to make sure your engagement photos have a unique twist. You could wear funny hats, or you could document, in graphic detail, getting brutally murdered by Jason from “Friday the 13th.” This Toronto couple went with the latter. Their engagement photos begin innocently enough, with the couple frolicking in various nature settings, but wait, what does that sign say? Camp Crystal Lake? And is that a masked man with a machete grabbing the groom-to-be?! Uh-oh. See the entire set of photos over at Geekologie. Spoiler alert: it doesn’t end well, although there is a great shot of the engagement ring completely drenched in blood. I just really hope they took some less murder-y photos to send to grandma.
It may come across as an extreme case of nuptial nostalgia: A now-divorced man saying a photography studio should pay to recreate his wedding to make up for what he considers flawed pictures and video.
But after being branded a “groomzilla,” Todd Remis said Tuesday his now-notorious lawsuit is about holding a business to a pledge, not holding onto a broken marriage.
“It was their failure to deliver after a promise and a handshake” agreement to retouch the photos, Remis said in a statement provided to The Associated Press. “How could a business treat a customer this way?” Read more…
Sure, this looks like your standard happily married wedding-photo. But you couldn’t be more wrong! Click through to see why Julian Sunmi Park and Benjamin Jinsuk Lee might just be the coolest newlyweds ever! Keep reading »
Newlyweds Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are on the cover of People this week. “We really do feel we are soulmates,” Carey says. “I never felt a love like this was in the cards for me.” Cannon agrees, saying, “She is beautiful on the outside and 10 times as beautiful on the inside.” Aww. So no pre-nup huh?
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