Most people will tell you that their wedding day was the most magical day of their lives. It's a whirlwind of excitement, stress, nerves, and, most of all, love. My favorite part of going to a wedding is seeing all the time-honored traditions, like the bride walking down the aisle with her father, or the tiny flower girl having her time to shine at the beginning of the ceremony. One of the most important traditions for the bride and groom is the photo session that takes place right after the ceremony ends. These pictures will be around for the rest of their lives, and you always want to make sure they turn out as nice as possible.
Photographer Peter Adams-Shawn knows a thing or two about taking pictures at weddings. Last year, he went viral for his series of eye-reflection wedding photography. This time, he's back with an all-new series that takes the art of wedding photography to a totally new level. It's so good, you'll have to see it to believe it.
Scroll down to see and learn about Peter's incredible new project and hear why it has become the next big thing in wedding photography.
For six years, Peter has been experimenting with "ring-reflection photography."
It's a genre that's almost entirely his own, and the results speak for themselves.
Wedding photos don't get more glamorous than this.
The name of the project is "Ringscapes."
His reflection style has become the hottest new trend for newlyweds.
Peter says that setting up and editing the photos took a lot of time and patience, but once he figured out how to do it, the result was better than anyone ever expected.
So what will Peter do to top this series of photos? According to Bored Panda, he is working on a series of bubble-reflection photography. We can't wait to see.
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H/T: Memories of Tomorrow