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Photographer Captivates Amazing Photos Of Wedding Moments In Guests' Eyes

Photographer Captivates Amazing Photos Of Wedding Moments In Guests' Eyes
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Photography is more than just clicking a button and capturing sights. It's about creativity and a sound judgement of contrast and angle. It is one of the best fields where one can wield his sword of creativity and produce masterpieces. Quite in agreement with all that's been said, Peter Adams-Shawn of Memories of Tomorrow Photography has shown how beautiful a photograph can really get. 

Check out his awesome photographs that he took using the reflection on peoples' eyes!

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Window to the soul

Window to the soul

Photographer Peter Adams takes eye-scape images of scenes reflected on peoples' eyes.

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His own creative angle

His own creative angle
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He first used the technique to capture a flower girl watching a bride get ready.

Creating a much needed intimacy in still photos.

Creating a much needed intimacy in still photos.
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By capturing moments reflected in another's eyes Mr Adams-Shawn creates intimacy in his photos.

An unposed photo, through the marrying couple's son's eyes.

An unposed photo, through the marrying couple's son's eyes.
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The art of photography has a lot to do with light.

The art of photography has a lot to do with light.
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Why he chose to use the eye

Why he chose to use the eye
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'The eye surface itself is really quite good, it's like a curved mirror, and in every single person that curvature is the same.'

His own style

His own style
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Eyescapes have become a part of his wedding photography, although he has not totally abandoned traditional photography.

Capturing moments naturally

Capturing moments naturally
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The photographs require very little editing, making the reflections look real.

A moment of intimacy

A moment of intimacy
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'The bride and groom's two-year-old boy was the ring bearer or page boy and he was standing watching the ceremony with the guests,' Adams said.

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