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Lots more of these on the wedding blog. Here are ten that I liked. No ceremony shots here, but I promise that we did take some photos during the actual wedding :)

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Paul, I love the ring shot. Especially if it has some significance to them (their honeymoon location, where they met, if one of them is from Hawaii, etc.).

I also love #9. LOVE IT. Something about out of focus shots just gets me sometimes. I love them. Reminds me of the film days when not every single image was expected to be perfect and flawless.
 
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Paul, I love the ring shot. Especially if it has some significance to them (their honeymoon location, where they met, if one of them is from Hawaii, etc.).

I also love #9. LOVE IT. Something about out of focus shots just gets me sometimes. I love them. Reminds me of the film days when not every single image was expected to be perfect and flawless.
Thanks, Mike.
The couple went to Hawaii for their honeymoon and used an atlas for the guestbook, so I was really happy with the ring shot.

9 is one of my fav's too. I think that the movement and softness of the image really helps add emotion. I've been trying to play with slower shutter speeds once in a while to get a little movement in the shots, and this one worked out really well.
 
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