Posted by: james cobbins | November 09, 2016 11:33:39The image is of a couple, the photographer in the foreground is wearing a veil, the bride and groom in the background are wearing white robes.
The photographer’s photo is framed by a portrait of one of the couple’s friends, while the groom’s photo features a flower arrangement and a woman sitting on a rock.
“It’s like a mirror image,” the bride, who did not give her last name, said.
“I just try to capture the most interesting moment in my life.”
Cobbins says he gets compliments for his photos, and he’s been approached by clients for years.
He’s also found he has a niche with his wedding photography.
“I get more clients than I think I would ever expect to get,” he said.
“You have to be able to find people who can’t believe you can do it, because you can’t.
They’ve never been asked to do it before.”
Carr says he tries to capture every detail of a wedding and has taken photographs for nearly 30 years.
“A lot of people have never seen one of my photos,” he joked.
“People say, ‘You’re just a photographer, you can never be successful, you’re just lucky.'”
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