See the photos photographers say they are most proud of and find out what made these shots in particular so special.
It was one of the first lesbian Indian weddings in the U.S. People from all over the world were viewing this in such a positive light.
This couple got married at the beautiful Auberge du Soleil in Napa. Having just the right light from the afternoon sun, the photographer called the bride and groom over to snap a quick pic in front of the window.
The lighting, background audience and that one tear say it all. The dance has Errin completely emotional, and at the same time she is completely comforted by her husband's embrace. Photographic bliss
Sparkler photos are a dime a dozen these days，but this one really blew us away. The bride really wanted something almost enchanted and surreal-looking.
It has a cinematic, almost Vogue-esque feeling to it. It simply captures a couple enjoying a loving wedding day glance at one another.
The Louvre was the backdrop -- and as per usual, packed with visitors. We had less than 5 minutes to get this photo given that the clouds were about to erupt with buckets of rain.
Brandon and Lindsay are high school sweethearts who are still crazy about each other more than a decade later. The photographer loved that they felt comfortable to let him get in their space to capture this sweet moment during the first dance.
This couple decided to do a father-daughter and mother-son dance simultaneously. The photographer wanted to find a shot that would not necessarily put more emphasis on one over the other, and was pretty happy with how this turned out.
During the reception, the bride and groom decided to sneak away for some photos in the rain. Sometimes the more challenging lighting and weather conditions can create really unique opportunities.
I love how the trees, road and Canadian Rockies created a beautiful backdrop and focal point for this rad couple.