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The disgusting truth behind this wedding photo might upset you

The disgusting truth behind this wedding photo might upset you

The disgusting truth behind this wedding photo might upset you

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Wedding photography can be a testing affair. It takes ages, and you have to find your hat.

There’s also the point that the bride and groom really, really want that perfect shot. Once the extended and immediate families have been cast aside and gone to find the buffet, the happy couple need a more intimate picture to look back on.

After all, unless you’re Ross off of Friends , or some other people, you only get married once. The moment must be savoured.


But how is that beautiful, life-affirming moment captured? And how is it made perfect?

Yes. Some people have a man spray water all over them from his mouth.

The photo was put together by Rơm Celano, a wedding photographer from Vietnam. It candidly reveals the lengths some will go to make that wedding book/Facebook post extra special.

What really happens behind the lens
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