Dewi at Her Wedding Banquette Bali, Indonesia May 3, 2016
Category: Bali, Culture, Festivals and Flea Markets, Photography, Portrait, Uncategorized Tagged: Bali, banquet, beauty, bride, costume, Dewi, friends, Photography, portrait, Timothy S. Allen, traditional, wedding
Thank you. For some reason her position reminds me of Manet’s painting Dejeuner Sur L’hebe. Maybe it’s the grouping or how she is seated.
I agree it has that kind of impact and posing.
I worked her position with at least 15 shots and various angles and this was the one that seemed to be the best. There is something about her turned head with the men behind her. All kinds of interesting thoughts come out of this. I’ll be meeting with the groom tomorrow and I’ll ask him about this men.
Very interesting photo. Only men in the background…where are the women?
Thank you. They weren’t any.
Oh! Okay. 🙂
I hope to have more on this when I talk to the groom tomorrow.
Like the guy in the back with the sort-of shaka gesture. Mahalo!
This is such a great photo. I like staring back at those faces, imagining what they are thinking, and how different their day-to-day lives are from mine.
Thank you. It was an interesting event.
Love this one!
Wow, this is great visual story telling!
Thank you. This is one of my favorites from the wedding.
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