Agnieszka i Daniel are back with more random objects and less clothes.
(submitted by John)
What’s awkward is that is not the groom! That’s the best man!!! LOL
Proving he’s the best, I suppose.
her bangs are just killer.
If it’s that time of the night when “music making” is supposed to start, it’s really time for the photographer to leave.
I am Polish and I have normal pictures from my wedding 🙂
And to think my sister is upset because her husband’s JACKET was unbuttoned for their wedding pictures…
I’m just wondering if its a before or after shot!
Looks like she’s starting the honeymoon early…lol
BY THE WAY EVERYONE – THIS IS THE SUPER-CHEESY WAY OTHER COUNTRIES DO THEIR PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS!! MY HUSBAND IS FOREIGN AND WE HAVE THE ODDEST PICTURES FROM OUR WEDDING (HELD IN ANOTHER COUNTRY).
THEY LIKE TO CROP PARTS OF THE ACTUAL PICTURE IN WITH RANDOM OBJECTS AND PLAY WITH THE COLOR AND MAKE IT LOOK AS SILLY AND RIDICULOUS AS POSSIBLE!!
TRUST ME, I KNOW 😉 … AS EMBARRASSING AS IT CAN GET!!
BUT THE MOST ENTERTAINING PART IS THAT THEY ACTUALLY LIKE IT THAT WAY. THEY FIND IT “PROFESSIONAL” TO AWKWARDLY PHOTOSHOP PICTURES ALL TO HECK.
Sounds like you should submit your wedding photos!
AND STOP TYPING IN ALL CAPS…
I have worked with photoshop for 50 years, I use it every day and as an expert, I can tell you this is photoshopped. Look and the weird metal thing on the left, the reflection is from a different angle. Look at the rose and violin, the colors don’t match at all. It looks like someone just put a picture of a violin in front of the picture of the rose. It wouldn’t surprise me if the rose has been resized, possibly the violin as well. I am also pretty sure that these people aren’t really black and white.
Way to go, Tony! “50 years” – hehe.
wow. so observant!
yes, photoshop jedi masters unite!
I’m no photoshop expert, but I’m thinking that weird metal thing just might be a photoshopped treble clef.
Does anyone else have any ideas about what it might be? I’d be interested to hear some more theories about this mysterious object. Do you agree that it might be a treble clef?
Please, everyone, post your thoughts about what you think it might be. Tell me if you agree that it’s a treble clef. Because that’s what I think it is–a treble clef. I’d hate to think that I’m the only one that thinks it might be a treble clef.
I’m sorry Tony, but according to my 51 years of expertise I must tell you that these people are indeed OPAQUE not black and white!
It looks more like Sepia to me.
Love it! Ha Ha!!
Best comment of all time.
HA HA HA HA HA, best comment!
The guy looks rather embarrassed by her unbuttoning, I think that’s why he’s looking at the camera.
Also, that treble clef is really distorted and odd…As are the rose and the violin. I think it would be an okay photo without them, but with, it’s just awkward.
Olan Mills—eat your heart out!!
my house is covered with old Olan Mills pics with the double exposure ghost head of family member in the background
This photographer should stop fiddlin’ with object size and take the blush off the rose so these people can stir up some treble in their honeymoon suite tonight.
Hahaha. You beat me to it. All I can add is I believe his name is Cliff.
I believe he’s saying “HURRRR HURRR HURRRRRR!!!”
Is the dude that illustrates Where’s Waldo also a photographer?
Lot of subliminal symbolism going on here.
One can’t help but notice that strategically placed instrument in front of that fully opened blossom
Once I got passed the unbuttoning of the groom’s shirt, the giant rose/violin/g clef trio of weirdness, I suddenly had to wonder…Where is his hand??? Has it morphed into a giant rose/violin monstrosity? Did the rose/violin monstrosity EAT his hand? Bizarre design.
The man has no bottom half! No wonder they have to play a tiny violin!
I believe that is a treble clef. They must be a musician and an orchard grower, right?
I don’t understand the theme here. Is this an idea of playing around with photoshop?
I think the shiny thing is a treble clef…which would match the violin in terms of the musical connection. The rose and unbuttoned shirt still leave me scratching my head though.
The shiny metal thing is a treble, or G, clef sign. It’s in reference to the music of the violin. They do say that music hath charms to soothe the savage breast! She must be checking to see if his is soothed.
The shiney thing is a treble clef I believe. Perhaps they are musicians? The next Yanni or Michael Bolton?
This is wonderful! Is the shiny metal thing part of a musical clef? or skewered rings or numbers? My Polish friends who were married last year had a dvd with 2000 photos, mostly of the 3-day party, but also dozens of these incomprehensibly symbolic compositions. Other friends in different parts of the country had similar albums so I guess it is a national tradition. I guess the photographers all go to a special school to learn the techniques. The miniaturized bride or groom perched on the shoulder of the other is my favorite. But this one is getting a bit too far into private areas!
Now THAT is what we need to see…the mini bride or groom on the shoulder!! Please?
Just a shot…but I think this is trying to convey that they are “making beautiful music together”…
I think the shiny metal thing is half of a treble staff – I used to play the violin and that is what it looks like to me.
Was this taken before or after he “ate” the apple?
Whoa, I guess the apple thing worked for her!
This is actually cover art for the next Dan Brown novel–The Lost Pirogi Code.
Does anyone know if this is the norm for the country they are from? I do like the affectionate and playful tone of this picture more so than the tone of the first picture.
um, yes, see my comment down in date order I just posted! 😉
Not really a norm in Poland, nope….
Haha. Not a norm at all. Polish wedding photos are usually far more traditional. I think when these two immigrated to the States (which I guarantee they did) they got carried away with all the freedom this country had to offer: adding crazy random graphics to your wedding photo.
We’re just a few pics away from the really interesting ones.
Great comment! I can’t wait. Maybe it’ll be just in time for the next Saturday Night Special!
That’s what I was thinking!
Uhhh, are his pants missing or is it just me?
There are no pants there.
There are NO LEGS! He’s a floating torso. Now THAT’S awkward.
What’s most awkward about this picture is how much they look alike.
That was my thought, too!
It’s a wild guess – but I think that shiny metal thingy is a trebble clef?? Anyways, these are really funny wedding pics :DD
I am assuming they are getting ready to “dance to the music”.
Domink Hasek, you sly dog.
Definitely odd. If you took away the violin and the weird thing on the left, and he were looking at her instead of at the camera, it would be a nice picture!
Wedding Photographers should really stick to using photoshop for RETOUCHING ONLY! I’ve never seen a wedding photographer with good general design skills.
Look! It’s the world’s smallest violin, playing its awkward song for them…
Well, I think we can all pretty much sum up what happened to that apple…
What? What happened to it? I have SO many questions.
Well, uh…you see Carol, when two people fall in love…
On second thoughts, go ask your mother.
That is one giant rose.
At the rose, right above the word “back”, is that a mini thermometer?
It’s a pin.
Or… a mini thermometer pin?
I wore one at my wedding.
no, it’s a turkey baster in time for thanksgiving.
and don’t forget the regulation-sized casserole dish WITH a lid AND a serving spoon!!
No, they are having a good time. Marney can’t be there! Oh wait, is this the casserole girl who never reads instructions???
These are some bizarre wedding pics to say the least…..
Realizing that this is probably going to show up as the 18th post saying this, I think the shiny is a treble clef, albeit a stylized one. I have a few Christmas ornaments that have a similar style. Now why the photo is cropped that way, I can’t even begin to guess.
Is the violin small or is the rose huge? Some photographers pride themselves in their lighting skills. This guy gets into size manipulation.
Looks to me someone got carried away with the graphics program at the photo store.
Less is more, people. Less is more.
Do you hear that?
That’s the sound of the worlds smallest violin playing.
you guys are musicians right? the giant treble clef, the alice-in-wonderland violin… however, I’m not sure about the giant rose…
That’s either the world’s largest rose, or the world’s smallest violin.
World’s smallest violin? There will be no sob stories after this photo shoot.
Another red object… I guess for love. At least a red flower makes more sense than a red apple.
Maybe it means they’re about to make some sweet music together. ;3 Aye aye aye!
Yay, they’re back with more awkward goodness! 😀 This time it’s truly just the really odd props, though — the actual couple look awesome (and, um, kinda hot, I must admit)!
…you must know them
Oh, and what’s with the making objects smaller and larger? Was the photographer experimenting with some new gadget?
i think he was but i wish he would stop
It looks like Agnieszka is the one who is going to start experimenting with some new gadget.
Ok, this is just bizarro. WTH? Trying to figure out what a rose, a violin, an unbuttoned shirt and a shiny metal thingy all have in common. BTW, what IS that shiny metal thingy? Is this one of those puzzles or simply a trick?? I’m clueless.
Looks like a G Clef to me.
It’s been so long since I’ve had a G Clef I can’t remember what one looks like….*sigh*
Ain’t nothin’ but a G-Clef, baaaay-bay!
It’s a G clef — musical symbol. But the explanation doesn’t make it any less random.
It’s simple – they’re gonna “make beautiful music together”! Get it? You know..Bawm-chicka-WAH-WAAAH…!
It’s a treble clef, meaning the high notes (not the bass). You see it on sheet music. Shirt open because the honeymoon is about to begin.
It’s a music symbol called a “treble clef”… well, part of a treble clef at least.
So they’re clearly going for a music theme… nice… (???)
What is the black shiny object between the rose stem and the rose?
Looks like a microphone???
I’m pretty sure that is part of a treble clef. Not that that makes much sense.
Also, cue “world’s tiniest violin” jokes.
it’s a treble clef used for music playing/composing. I’m assuming the couple are violinists.
The shiny metal thingy appears to be a musical Clef, but it is enlarged, distorted, elongated, and half of it is cut off by the edge of the paper. Clearly these two are way into romantic classical music, and the presence of the tiny violin and giant rose gets them all worked up.
That shiny metal thingy is a treble clef. Apparently this couple is about to make some beautiful music together.
All I can say is……..HERE COMES TREBLE! Thank you Andy Bernard.
It’s a compound bow.
you beat me to it
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