Interesting Photo of the Day: T-Rex Rudely Interrupts a Wedding Party

With the vast population of wedding photographers in the world, it’s tough to stand out and make yourself noticed. In order to solve this problem, Quinn Miller creates an image of Jurassic proportions (or Cretaceous proportions, for you purists out there). In an original composition, he creates an image of his wedding party fleeing for their lives from the path of a stampeding Tyrannosaurus Rex. And of course this image has gone super viral garnering millions of views through social media:

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A wedding party gone terribly awry (Click to View Full Size, Imgur)

We’ve heard of unpleasant wedding guests before, but this is ridiculous. Of course, the dinosaur was Photoshopped in after the fact, as evidenced by the strange blurring effect in his hindquarters. Still, with this picture Miller has created a memorable matrimonial image among the sea of bland white smiles usually found in the industry portfolios, and which will hopefully inspire a few others to follow in his creative wake.

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6 responses to “Interesting Photo of the Day: T-Rex Rudely Interrupts a Wedding Party”

  1. lowercase says:

    “Of course, the dinosaur was Photoshopped in after the fact, as evidenced by the strange blurring effect in his hindquarters”.

    I’d suggest the fact that dinosaurs have been extinct for millions of years may be compelling evidence also…

  2. Michael says:

    But still, the concept was brilliant!

  3. panda says:

    soooo…. this was taken recently. a good friend of mine did this a WHILE ago for his wedding and i think the reaction looked much better.. just sayin: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151582327637013&set=a.10151285748287013.424583.711107012&type=1&theater

  4. Jack says:

    I had a request after the bridal party did a bad a$$ walk out and back that the shot demanded a Mission Impossible theme to it with an explosion in the background… Here’s what I came up with.

    http://statelinephotography.com/p841775564/e4cffe3b9

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