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Can You Look At These Wedding Photos Without Yelling OMG WTF NO?

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JK, they're fine. They're just one of several couples that Jay and Vicki Philbrick of Philbrick Photography have shot on a cliff in New Hampshire's White Mountains for truly unforgettable bridal portraits.

Philbrick Photography / Caters News Agency

Here's a couple and a mountain guide, just danglin' away! Jay's a former mountain guide himself, and he says he takes utmost caution to ensure that the people he photographs — five sets of newlyweds so far, in addition to models and dancers — are safe as they stand on a ledge that's about 330 feet off the ground.

The Philbricks have also snapped incredible portraits on ice and snow.

Jay snaps the photos, while Vicki usually takes care of the lighting, he told DIY Photography.

Philbrick Photography / Caters News Agency

He added that he prefers if two or three people assist on the shoot, including a mountain guide. Everyone is safely secured to the rock face, and the Philbricks try to shoot around the wires so that they can PhotoShop as little as possible.

  1. Would you stand on the edge of death for your wedding pictures?

    Hell yeah!
    I barely even got through this post.

Can You Look At These Wedding Photos Without Yelling OMG WTF NO?

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