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Jason Swain wedding mosaic series -

Put your hands together

Local Isle of Wight Wedding Photographer Jason Swain has created a series of 5 mosaics of images taken at Weddings, that not only show his talent for photography but also give an insight into the little moments couples don't ask to be photographed that make up the whole wedding day. 

Put your hands together

 

 

Put your hands together, above your head in glee, to your face in surprise, in your pocket for a tissue, in the air to catch a bouquet, out to say hello or ‘nice to meet you’, to your glass for a toast, on a loved one to say you are there for them or understand, up to ask a question or to ask a room to be quiet for a speech.

They are funny old things our hands as we can find them doing things we hadn’t realised we asked them to do, voluntarily and involuntarily expressing how we feel about something. Some of your family members may even be famous for their theatrical use of their hands when telling a story or letting you know how they feel.

At Weddings we celebrate a lot, they are pretty happy exciting places to be where a lot of people are celebrating and enjoying themselves. Not everyone feels completely at ease when they're taking part in the planned shots a wedding couple have decided should be on their photographers ‘to do’ list. Guests all make an effort to dress in their finest and brush their hair, so it’s a shame not to let the lovely newlyweds everyone is so happy for have a planned picture of their guests. That said, Jason Swain has exampled how the images captured when people aren’t looking or concentrating on being photographed and were just enjoying the day, go together nicely to show how people express their happiness, excitement, love and pride for the wedding couple with family and friends who have come together to celebrate.

Of course hands and arms come in very useful when it comes to dancing at a wedding and will make for some great shots of all wedding guests, young and old, getting into the swing of it.  

As a fine art photographer Jason Swain likes to let the images he captures do the talking. He has created this mosaic of images from many of the weddings he has photographed that catch moments that aren’t usually on the ‘to do’ list, little magic moments that make up the big day. Jason would be happy to hear from any couples looking for more information and details on his photographic services for their wedding day and the information and price list on his website are a good starting point.

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