10 Photoshoots Gone Awfully Wrong

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Visualize you’re in middle of a photo session — a professional photographer is about to shoot your picture and this happens.

It sort of spoils the whole mood, doesn’t it.

Bridge collapses under teens taking prom pics

photoshoot2In 2014 seniors at a Nebraska high school had a real splash prior to their spring prom, however, it was a splash of a different kind. Some Pierce High School students had taken up positions for a picturesque pre-event shoot on a shaky old white bridge, when it came apart and sent them all splashing into the 4-foot-deep water.

Nonetheless, no one was hurt – and the group attended the prom albeit changing into older outfits for the bash.

Newborn baby poops on his father’s arm during tender b&w photoshoot

photoshoot3In the first picture shot in black and white the father, Al Ferguson seems filled with joy and pride as he cradles his sleeping infant son in his forearms like a football. The naked baby’s thin arms and legs hang, his little head cradled snugly in the palm of his dad’s hand. An instant later everything turns messy – because the baby poops on his dad’s arm. Photographer Kirsty Grant managed to capture it all in pictures that have since gone viral.

Wedding photoshoot is interrupted by charging bull

photoshoot4We’ve witnessed countless ill-timed photobombers crashing wedding shoots —- however, never have we witnessed a crasher quite as hair-raising as this bull.

Rachel Deane of Finishing Image Photography was shooting a wedding in Tamworth, Australia. A bull rambled into the scene and swooped on the couple. Brian, the groom, charged right back at the huge bull, and drove it away.


Bride drowns in shallow water during last photo shoot in dress

photoshoot5In August 2012, a Canadian woman just a month following her wedding while posing for a photoshoot — drowned after her dress got wet and dragged her into the depths of a lake. Maria Pantazopoulos was posing for a “trash-the-dress” session – a rather new fetish where brides will take photos of themselves in their bridal gowns in messy situations with the reasoning that the dress no longer needs to remain in mint condition. The photographer, Louis Pagakis, tossed aside his camera and tried to save her, but was unable to lift her out of the water or stop her from being swept away, purely because her dress was too heavy

Groom kicks bridesmaid in the face plus splits his paints during wedding photos

photoshoot6A groomsman’s trying to perform a split in the air for a wedding snap has turned unforgettable for all the wrong reasons. Tyler Foster, of Spokane, Washington, attempted an unrehearsed jump in a photo session on the beach – however, ended up kicking a bridesmaid in the head and ripping his pants.

By good fortune, the woman in question escaped unhurt by the 28-year-old’s acrobatics.

Dog serving as ring bearer ruins wedding photos

photoshoot7Wedding arrangements can be taxing, and we know it that you may not approve of tips from strangers (but one Facebook user has an amazing idea for how to explain invites), still permit us to offer up one bit of advise: Don’t ask your dog to serve as your ring-bearer.

We say this after witnessing Jethro do anything except lie motionless and face the camera while his owner tried to pose for her wedding pictures. And things could have turned worse — the dock on which everyone was standing could have sunk into the water.

Dock collapses during group portrait at a wedding

photoshoot8Never mind how many times we alert photographers not to pack a mammoth group of people onto a shaky bridge or dock for a huge group portrait photo, no one heeds to our advise.

The bridal party was drenched when a dock at the Bay Pointe Inn on Gun Lake in Shelbyville, Michigan, caved in. Shockingly, when Eric and Maegan Walber were thrown into the water during a photo shoot, Mr. Walber swam for shore, instead of saving his dunked bride.

Family beach portrait sums up parenthood in hilarious way

photoshoot9A fun, relaxed family reunion beach photo shoot in San Clemente, Calif., suddenly turned the most nerve-racking. The family of Steve Cramer, 32, of Castle Rock, Colo., comprised 18 members, so getting all the kids to sit and smile for a large group photo was arduous. Steve Cramer told GoodMorningAmerica.com: ”But we somehow managed it – and after we finished with that we decided to have a snap of just me, my wife, and our two kids.”

To calm down the children, the family attempted doing a candid pose to distract the young boys with some fun. “We swung them around a couple times, but the final time I heard my wife just go, ‘Ahhhh!’ so I turn around and I see my son just gracefully and peacefully doing this full layout back flip, landing flat on his back in the sand,” Cramer explained. “We were just shocked.”

Luckily, their 6-month-old son Edison was perfectly all right and after a few tears, recuperated within minutes.

Once the family had regained composure, Cramer and wife Elizabeth took a glimpse of the pictures the photographer had snapped, dying to know if the spontaneous moment had been caught on camera. It had, and the photo now generated almost 2 million views after being posted to Reddit.

Toddler Refusing To Smash Up His Birthday Treat For Photoshoot Turns Into Viral Time

photoshoot10It should have been something very easy, however, this was the very funny outcome when a studio photographer tried to get a toddler to smash a cake to herald his first birthday.

Rather than happily getting messy, little Josh Holford did the complete opposite — he kept on crawling around the studio for an hour.

Bradley, who runs Blinc Photography in East Grinstead, East Sussex, conjured the idea of shooting children pounding cakes after watching pictures of messy babies. The youngster finally ended up smeared in some of the cake, however, he didn’t completely dismantle it as planned, but Bradley transformed the session into a comic time-lapse video which went viral.