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Jason Swain wedding mosaic series -

What's in a kiss?

Today is the second in the series of 5 mosaics from local Isle of Wight Wedding Photographer Jason Swain who created this series of 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. Jason kindly decided to share them with you. 

What’s in a Kiss?

 

What’s in a kiss? Well the answer is possibly anything, any emotion with lots of possible meanings which can be different for the kisser and the kissee (potentially confusing, just to keep you on your toes); a simple hello or goodbye, a heartfelt I love you, or a beaming I’m proud of you, in a moment of passion or lust (probably not at a wedding), on lips or on the cheek and quite possibly without words because they aren’t needed. Well what we can say is that when you get married or you attend a wedding, there is going to be some kissing you and you will be kissed, so take your mints.

Weddings are emotional places where people watch two families come together by the joining of two happy individuals they all care and love about, all sealed with the all-important kiss of course. The moment where the words ‘ you may kiss the bride’ are uttered in a wedding ceremony often signifies the end of the official and legal bit, and the room erupts into a round of applause. Yes, kisses can be responsible for mass applause.

It’s capturing the other kisses, no less meaningful than the main event, that together show a day of meeting and greeting with friends and family, new and well acquainted, love and happiness, excitement and fun. Now who doesn’t want to look back at a day like that? Those will be the spontaneous unplanned moments that your photographer can capture for you, that won’t necessarily be on the ‘to-do’ list you have handed over. That is the beauty of being able to let people just go with the day and express themselves, whilst your photographer works his magic. Jason Swain has shown how this can make for a beautiful collection of images that really example the essence of your whole wedding day, as you felt it yourselves and as it happened.

As a true 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 although this price list is a good starting point.

 

Don’t forget to come back to us next Wednesday for the third in the series, and if you missed the first - Put your hands together - then you can see it here. 

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