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From a wedding on Saturday.

The "Wedding" was the Church Blessing as the Registry wedding was done a few months ago. LOL

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All About The Groom

Subysphoto

From a wedding on Saturday.

The "Wedding" was the Church Blessing as the Registry wedding was done a few months ago. LOL

We are still Suby & SInem - Fashion Photographers
_____________________________________________________________________________

Anyone looking for the services of Suby & Sinem as Photographers, you know what to do...

Please also visit our other photoblog of fashion images by clicking on Suby & Sinem

"Ars longa, vita Brevis"

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comments (22)

Nice one and why are the spraying dollars versus naira or pounds smile
Nice shot. Very interesting observation Dotun. I wonder myself.... Naija sha....
Nice capture of this chaotic scene. The energy and liveliness is quite apparent and the shot is well organized.
  • ROB
  • Brisbane
  • 8 Aug 2007, 01:26
Reminds me of Anzac day here when a game called 2-up is played. Definitely a scene of action and fun captured here.
Nice shot Subs. This groom looks very happy indeed. To Dotun's question, it's because naira is too worthless, particularly in London, and pounds are too 'worthful'. Dollars are a good middle ground, and of course they come in $1 notes - Spraying is about how many journeys your hand makes from the stash to the target, and comparing £ vs $ its 1 journey vs 10, go figure huh?
  • Kay
  • 8 Aug 2007, 03:02
Geesh, this looks like a fun party/reception. I love the expressions on their faces too. Nicely captured, S/S!
Awesomw! excellent capture
  • Shola
  • 8 Aug 2007, 05:07
Ah the one dollar ritual, I've also got a moenye shot up today
  • urban8
  • Stoke-on-Trent
  • 8 Aug 2007, 05:25
This is a lovely portrait, something you excel in to my ultimate jealousy!! I really have no ability to take portrait shots at all, so well done with this one.
  • blackdog
  • In Bath on dial up
  • 8 Aug 2007, 08:41
Great shot, lots of movement and expression.
Interesting shot - I like the way you have focused on the groom and the other people are slightly out of focus.
Ingrid
Really interesting image - you capture these so well.
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 8 Aug 2007, 13:19
We have a wedding reception thing here in the States where if you want to dance with the bride (I guess it works for the groom as well) you have to stuff paper bills (of whatever denomination) wherever you can find in her dress. If it's more than $1, it's really saying something about that person's devotion and admiration. It's fun. smile

That's what this pic reminds me of, S/S. It ends up being "free" money for the honeymoon.
Bringing it home. Nice one sir. Im yet to see Nigerians spray a £5 note. That would be the day.
  • PhotoSam
  • London, U.K.
  • 8 Aug 2007, 14:33
lol, fun shot...well captured ss...
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 8 Aug 2007, 15:05
And he can keep all those dollars? Good reason to get married every day.

Excellent shot and with a fun theme as well.
  • mal
  • 8 Aug 2007, 20:22
right place right time! You always manage to capture a moment in time! That is a great skill. love the image. mal
Fabulous photograph. it radiates happiness. (:o)
A nice tradition it would seem - helpful to the new couple. Nice natural shot. Almost 500 posts - Amazing!
we are definitely keeping the US treasury busy boy...printing all those Dolars....(it is the Treasury right).
who is the dude in back ground with the camera
Suby & Sinem: Thats the photographer that went with the bride smile
It's a lovely, lively shot.
Suby & Sinem: It certainly is tongue

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