Photographer Steven Jones was working at a wedding ceremony when
he decided to do something a little bit different, and instead of
capturing individual moments he decided to capture the whole
ceremony in one composite picture.
In this Hockney-esque 'joiner' you can see the whole wedding in
one go: from the moment the bride entered with her father, to the
moment she left with her new husband.
The finished piece is over a meter wide and is made up of over 100
pictures (and a lot of glue in between...)
For a closer look at the image, click here.
To see more photography from Steve Jones visit http://www.facebook.com/weddingjones; prices
start from £800, London based.
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