Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best wedding photos in the Picture Perfect Weddings Photo Contest with chances to pick the prize!

A special thanks to friend and professional photographer Roberto Valenzuela for his collaboration as a guest judge. Roberto Valenzuela is a photographer based in Beverly Hills, CA. He has been honored by Canon USA to be one of the few chosen photographers to be part of their prestigious Canon Explorer of Light program. Roberto serves as a chair and judge for some of the largest photographic print competitions in Europe, Mexico, South America, and the most celebrated International photography competitions held in the United States through the Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) in Las Vegas, NV. His first book Picture Perfect Practice is currently the #1 best seller in Amazon for the wedding photography book category.

People's Choice

Grand Jury Winner

"I chose this photo as the winner for its unique mystical nature.  The photo evokes emotion at first sight.  The delicate kiss of light just gracing the bride’s blond hair almost appears as if her hair is an extension of the beautiful orange sky.  I love how the mountains and the sky blend together seamlessly in a blend of contrasting colors.  The pose is very simple, but you can feel their relationship in the subtle hints of light and the silhouette forms.  Beautiful composition!" - Roberto Valenzuela

Runner Up

"This photograph certainly resembles a moody painting of the bride and groom.  Absolutely stunning! The treatment on the couple compliments the overall mood of the photograph.  The couple is nicely posed and positioned in the frame." - Roberto Valenzuela

Runner Up

"This photo has a very nice deep moody feel to it.  The clothing plays well with the rest of the décor in that scene.  I really enjoy the how the pose brings energy towards each other by the way their heads are tilted and positioned." - Roberto Valenzuela

Runner Up

"This photo is very dramatic in nature! Absolutely love the composition and the photographer’s attention to detail.  The power of this image is in its simplicity.  It was very important that the photographer kept the horizon line parallel to the bottom of the frame.  I also appreciate the instant the horse was captured with its head down.  Just beautiful!" - Roberto Valenzuela

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