Wow, A Wedding Video Comprised of Over 3,000 Photos!

This couple managed to take a serious wedding disaster and turn it into something beautiful! Kyle and Melissa King thought they had to scramble to find a photographer last minute, but instead they turned to their media-savvy wedding party for help. Luckily, one of the couple’s groomsmen worked with commercial photographer Steve Thacktson who agreed to shoot the event with little notice.

In the photographer’s typical fast-paced shutter style, he captured all the special moments of the suburban Atlanta farm wedding down to the second and collected over 3,000 pictures from the day. It wasn’t until the groom (who works at a studio that edits video) saw it that the two of them realized it could be used for a special project: “I lay down the motor a bit (when snapping pictures),” Thacktson told New York Daily News. “The groom looked at it and went, ‘Oh, look what I can do.'”

The final product shows the entire wedding day, from setting up for the ceremony and getting ready to the end of the reception, all in still photographs. See the whole thing below!

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