Everything that is visible hides something else that is visible Ren Magritte

Eye Level: When photographing a wedding, the exchange of marriage vows between the bride and groom is central, but events taking place before and after the exchange can be of great interest and add to the memories of the joyful event. In this photograph, both twins wear the same dress and hair ribbon and one holds some flowers in her left hand. The photographer instructed the girls to kiss each other, and as they did she took their photograph—not at the her normal eye level but at the twins' eye level. The lowering of the camera provided an eye-level photo that does not look down at the charming little ones but directly at them, eye-to-eye. The result is a memorable photo to include in the wedding album.

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