Magda Bognar

Magda Bognar

MagdaBognar01Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia
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MagdaBognar02The Land of Eagle
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MagdaBognar03Angel Oak Tree
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MagdaBognar04The Witnesses
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MagdaBognar05Foggy Morning
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MagdaBognar06Sound of Silence
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Jeffrey Lewis Bennett

In 2011, photographer Jeffrey Lewis Bennett was shooting a wedding for a couple named Patrick and Denise. While Bennett was taking a series of photos of the couple in rapid-fire succession, he and the groom were musing about their mutual love of GIFs and internet memes. Patrick suggested that Bennett stitch the photos from that moment together to create a GIF, so he did.
Bennett, the owner of JLB Wedding in Detroit, now admits that his first attempt was pretty terrible. But over the last few years, he has fine-tuned his craft and the wedding GIF has become his calling card, so to speak.
So what can GIFs bring to the table that traditional wedding photography and videography cannot?
“I believe the best GIFs communicate the feeling of the infinite,” he told HuffPost Weddings. “Like how a great kiss can feel like it’s lasting a lifetime while the rest of the world spins on outside of your private moment. …”

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from:
There’s A Whole New Way To Capture The Wedding Experience — And It’s Absolutely Beautiful

The Huffington Post  | By Kelsey Borresen