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My First Jewish Wedding

December 17, 2012

True, i find black and white photography much easier to deal with than color photography. True, i sometimes transform a color photo to black and white because I'm not happy with its original colors, they don't satisfy my photoreceptor cells and i choose the easy way out.  True, i prefer color photography to black and white just because i understand (or at least i hope to understand) the challenge behind it. YET, i deliberately blackened and whitened the following photos. I wanted to come as close as possible to what i remember to be my mom and dad's wedding photos. I have never photographed a wedding and despite the grueling hard work i very much enjoyed shooting this one. There were traditions  involved - the kind that I, as a Romanian, understand and i really hope i captured them.

 

Bride and groom entering the hotel.

Groom's side at Ketubah signing.

Bride and groom greeting guests

The signing of the Ketubah

 

Traditional dance after Ketubah signing, both families participate (men only)

The Ceremony under Chuppah

This is when the groom shatters the glass. Mazel tov Ron and Sofia!

The crowd cheering the second the glass shattered.

 

Bride and Groom dance


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