Couple Battles Lord Voldemort In Epic Wedding Photo

Extreme Photoshopping treatments on wedding pictures was definitely the fun breakout photography trend of 2013, and this Harry Potter version is one of the best we’ve seen yet. Remember the couple who started it all when they were Photoshopped being chased by a T-Rex? We thought we’d seen everything until we came across this wedding photo from St. Louis-based Heroic Photography, which depicts the face-off from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows against the Death Eaters and Lord Voldemort. How fun! See the epic photo and a few more Harry Potter details from Marissa and Kyle’s wedding below!

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Photos by Heroic Photography

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  • 12/05/13 at 05:07

    It is funny and cool when a couple have that something in common!! love this theme weddings…I mean, why not…

  • Mike Myers
    12/08/13 at 09:15

    they will look back and cringe and how bad this is/was. IMO these kind of things are more and more ridiculous.

  • Marissa
    01/19/14 at 02:55

    No, we won’t :). We have hundreds of photos but these are some of our current favorites. There are obviously tons to choose from for the future..We really appreciated the special touch this added. If you have a good photography company (as we did) they will incorporate current favorites in addition to timeless trends.

    Man, we were lucky!! Check out Heroic Photography if you’re in St. Louis…or the neighboring area…you will not be disappointed!!!

  • Carla
    04/24/14 at 05:59

    These are awesome! I wouldn’t regret it either! I don’t know if this was your idea or your photographer’s idea but it’s amazing. In every wedding you end up with hundreds of pictures so it doesn’t surprise me that you have some of the timeless trends along with your current favorites. As a HP fan, I can say I’ve been a fan for a long time and don’t see this ending (and I’m nearing 40 years old).

    Congrats on your marriage and I love these pictures!

  • 03/25/14 at 04:16

    I think its totally awesome..

  • 06/16/14 at 10:12

    My late husband was an award winning photographer, he would have loved these ! He was ahead of his time also! Why not have fun witth the technology we have today. Make new traditions. I say go for it and have fun.I would have, had that type of photography been available in the 70’s – 80’s!

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