Alpaca Photobombs Couple’s Surprise Proposal Photos

Photographer John Myers was photographing a surprise proposal recently when a strange thing happened: he was photobombed by an alpaca. Okay, it wasn't so strange, given they were on an alpaca farm, but the resulting shots still made for a fun (if not unique) engagement session.

Photographer Shoots Engagement-style Photos of a Man and His Burrito

San Francisco-based writer David Sikorski was getting tired of the lovey-dovey photos dominating his Facebook feed, so he partnered with photographer Kristina Bakrevski for a photo shoot with his own "one true love": the burrito. The duo trio traveled around San Francisco and shot stereotypical engagement photos showing Sikorski's intense love for his burrito, which was dressed beautifully in foil.

Lady Flips Off Engagement Photo, Couple Finds it Hilarious

I suppose we all owe a small cultural debt to this anonymous older lady at a recent Colorado Rockies game. Thanks to her, we now know what the exact opposite of a photobomb looks like.

That would be having a cranky grandma type show up in the money shot of your carefully arranged proposal, flipping the bird at the camera to show exactly how she felt about the interruption.

How I Created a Series of Matching ‘Sexy’ Engagement Photos that Went Viral

I bought a used Mamiya RZ67 Pro II a month ago, a huge medium format studio SLR with a negative area a full five times larger than the sensor on a Nikon D800 or 5DMKIII "full frame" camera.

A decade ago, the kit I bought would have sold for 5 figures, but thanks to film's loss in popularity, I was able to get it for less than a tenth of what it cost new.

Tourist Snaps Stealthy Engagement Photos, Internet Searching for Couple

Update: According to an article published an hour ago by the Huffington Post, the couple has been found and given their images. Now they're asking that their privacy be respected so they can plan their nuptials in peace.

While sightseeing in Washington DC, Angila Golik saw a man in military uniform and a woman in a white and black dress standing in the center of the rotunda of the War Memoria. At that moment she somehow just knew that he was about to propose. So when he pulled out a ring and slid it onto her finger she started snapping photos, capturing an intimate engagement that might otherwise exist only in the memory of those present.