Сватбена фотография

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    • Сватбена фотография

      Ето едни уникални, наистина уникални снимки, но и браво на фотографите, това е истинско майстортсво :)
      30 снимки от конкурса за сватбена фотография 2017

      Изборът на фотограф за сватба е голяма отговорност. Все пак не можете да повторите този ден за втори път и да рисувате снимките. В Интернет има уебсайт, наречен Fearless Awards, който е посветен на сватбената фотография от цял свят. Fearless Awards е конкурс, който на всеки два месеца представя внимателно подбрана колекция от сватбени снимки от най-висок клас. По-малко от 3% от произведението се избира от група опитни и известни съдии. Представяме ви 30 зашеметяващи снимки, подбрани от строго жури през 2017 г. Приятно гледане!

      Източник: twizz.ru
    • Victorian Wedding Dresses: 27 Stunning Vintage Photos of Brides Before 1900

      Ever since Queen Victoria wed in 1840, however, white has remained the traditional color for wedding gowns and bouquets. A woman then used her dress for Court Presentation after marriage, usually with a different bodice. The early Victorian wedding dress had a fitted bodice, small waist, and full skirt (over hoops and petticoats). It was made of organdy, tulle, lace, gauze, silk, linen or cashmere. The veil was a fine gauze, sheer cotton or lace.

      Formal weddings during this period were all white, including the bridesmaid's dresses and veils. Veils were attached to a coronet of flowers, usually orange blossoms for the bride and roses or other in-season flowers for the attendants.

      For the mid-Victorian bride (1870s) there was an emergence of middle class wealth, and with it a display of their new riches. Wedding gowns fashioned by Worth in Paris were the ultimate status symbol. And if one couldn't afford an original, one copied them. Full court trains were now part of the wedding ensemble, as were long veils, a bustle, elegant details and two bodices--a modest one for the wedding and a low one for special occasions.

      The late Victorians (1890s) saw the bustle disappear, a demi-train and large sleeves now in fashion. If the bride married in church, the dress must have a train, with a veil of the same length. The veil could be lace or silk tulle. From the mid-Victorian era to the 1890s, the veil covered the bride's face and was not lifted until after church. The veil was not used as a shawl after the wedding any more, however. White kid gloves were long enough to tuck under the sleeves, and had a slit in one finger to slip the ring on without removing the glove. Slippers were of white kid, satin or brocade and the heels rose to one inch.

      For the widow who remarried in the early and mid-Victorian eras, she did not wear white, had no bridesmaids, no veil and no orange blossoms, (a sign of purity.) She usually wore a pearl or lavender satin gown trimmed with ostrich feathers. In the later decades, she was allowed attendants as well as pages, but no veil or orange blossoms. She could wear a shade or two away from white, preferring rose, salmon, ivory or violet.

      1850s bride



      A beautiful bride on her wedding day, ca. 1880s

      A German bride, 1862

      An Italian bride, Rome, 1875

      An Victorian bride looking radiantly lovely in her elegant, feminine white dress, ca. 1850s

      Baroness Christine von Linden on her wedding day, May 13, 1898

      Beautiful bride in the 1880s

      Bride in 1885

      Bride in exquisite French wedding dress, 1877

      Bride in the 1860s

      Bride in the late 1860s

      Bride, ca. 1860s-70s

      Florence Folger married William A. Webster in 1887

      Harriet Louisa Thorne on her wedding day in 1882

      Lady in beautiful wedding dress in the 1890s

      Luise Margaret of Prussia's wedding in 1879

      Maria Feodorovna in her wedding day, ca. 1960s

      New Orleans Bride, 1888

      Portrait of a bride in 1890

      Princess Alice married Ludwig of Hesse in July 1862

      Princess Louise on her wedding day in 1871

      Wedding of Princess Mary of Teck in 1893

      Wedding portrait of Annie Chinery Cameron, 18 November 1869

      Young bride in 1874

      Young lady poses in her wedding dress, 1885