I mean, who really thought this would be a good idea?
"They were having trouble looking natural."
While we're talking about awkward wedding poses- what's with everyone these days taking posed photos jumping in the air?
I hope I don't offend anyone who's been caught on camera mid-air in formal attire, but it's become so cliche! I want to meet the first jumping couple and see how the copyright litigation is coming along.
I'm sure they're all jumping for joy, which is to be expected at a wedding. But I'm just not feeling this pose anymore.
Unless, maybe, there are balloons or parasols involved. That kind of reminds me of Marry Poppins, in a good way. Nah... I'm not convinced.
What do you think of "The Jump" pose?