Were those on that site? They're fine. The six or seven photos I saw annoyed me...
various bothers - at least at first -
Is this right down the street from the wedding parlor/church or is it sought out to make a witty play with the dress? This is just before or after the vows for life? This is a separate from the ceremony day let's play with the dress in space package?
She didn't want to have a formal wedding but her mother insisted?
I could buy the contrast, oh, say, our groom is a street photographer...
This is rather nice.
What have I done with my life? Horatius at the Bridge...
The next four I won't show, they stretch the screen, but are good luck on your marriage material, why did you decide to sign up?
and the fourth is a more interesting photo, albeit seeming overacted.
I stopped there.
Didn't see anything intimate up to where I stopped.
So what is going on, there's a culture of resentment to the wedding dress? Do like some of the rest of us and don't go there.
Is this all an art project as opposed to individual weddings? A culture of trash-o-weddings?
If they're art projects, with a slammo of typical ceremony point of view, I get that, but don't think the photos are very good.
Given they're a group of folk who are grunging their real wedding day for the photo thrill, the photos still seem, given the idea, rather lame. (I've a friend who did many many darkzone street photos that became album covers. It's not that I don't understand that.)