I shot this a while ago when I stepped out of my comfort zone to shoot my neice's wedding as a wedding gift...
BAGMAN: "Because you were too cheap to actually buy anything!"
...and anyway, during the ceremony, I caught site of this guy, one of the groom's friends and I started moving around the church trying to get the right angle, tripping over people and trying unsuccessfully to be unintrusive. I shot this just as the groom was placing the ring on the bride's finger so I completely missed that one and heard about it later: "What were you thinking?!! Missing the ring part??!!" Which is why I don't like shooting weddings.
HERE ENDETH PART ONE
"Ten Easy Steps to a Christmas Present your friends will love"
Silhouettes! A couple of years ago, I started playing with making silhouette portraits as Christmas gifts and today you are all in luck because I'm going to give you the recipe for Christmas presents guaranteed to make mothers cry that good kind of cry that makes you know you did good.
And STEP SOMETHING OR OTHER: Paste it, print it, frame it...I guess that was more than one step but I'm sure you've got it figured out.
And the final result is below. Actually I never shot both final framed prints. The only pseudo-real shot I have is of Barclay and it is actually made up of photoshop layers I was using to get an idea of what it would look like before I blew a bundle on paper and ink. But it is close to what the final product looked like. And, yes, Barclay and Will's mom got teary when she saw it.