Alfred Eisenstaedt's famous 'V-J Day kiss in Times Square', Doisneau's 'Le baiser de l’Hôtel de Ville'... As these iconic photos attest, 'Kissing' has long been a subject of great creative potential for photographers everywhere. But as wedding photographers will no doubt agree, it can sometimes be a challenge to capture one that feels heart-felt and natural. Cameras can be notorious buzz-kills... but they don't have to be. The first step is to eliminate the awkwardness, what comes next is up to you. Good luck.
The winner will be invited to choose one of the great apps from Macphun's Creative Kit 2016.
The winner will be invited to choose one of the great apps from Macphun's Creative Kit 2016. The highest-ranking images will appear on Photocrowd’s ‘Best images’ page and social media channels.
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