Wedding photographer and Photoshop enthusiast Quinn Miller had a little fun with his latest clients, Katie Young and James Lowder. The photo, posted to Miller's professional facebook page, went viral, and Miller ended up on Good Morning America.
The day that everyone hopes will be perfect was going perfectly. Katie Young and James Lowder, a lovely young couple from Louisiana, were crystallizing their union on a beautiful day. Then this happened:
Yes, a tyrannosaurus rex stormed into the scene, quickly picking off a groomsmen. The entire wedding took off, screaming,
"Swanson said the experiment had no results," Young gasped, as she sprinted through her first, and possibly last moments of married life.
"What?" Lowder shouted, as the T-Rex devoured another guest.
"At my lab, we were just messing around with DNA extracted from bones..." Katie Young said, looking over her shoulder to see that the T-Rex was gaining on them. "The whole time he was using me for my spectrometer analysis!"
"You never told me any of this!" cried Lowder.
"I tried, you just tune out when I talk about the details of my work!"
"You call this a detail?" as the detail reached a bridesmaid who couldn't run in heels.
"You didn't tell me about your sexy coworker for six months."
"That's totally different!"
"Is it really though?"
Or, if you prefer, wedding photographer and Photoshop enthusiast Quinn Miller had a little fun with his latest clients, Katie Young and James Lowder. The photo, posted to Miller's professional facebook page, went viral, and Miller ended up on Good Morning America.
“I had no idea,” he said. “I mean, I knew it would be popular, but I’ve already doubled the ‘likes’ on my Facebook page. I’ve shared plenty of other photos before, but this one is well over 50,000 views.”
Hopefully this will start a trend of monsters invading wedding photos. Wedding photos are too often very pretty and well executed, but very generic. Miller's T-Rex photo: not generic.
“I don’t know that I’ll ever shoot a more fun wedding,” Miller told Good Morning America.
And then a T-Rex stormed the set of Good Morning America.