From the funeral selfie to the presidential selfie, we're undeniably living in the age of the narcissistic, one-handed, duck-faced snap. But while the advent of the funeral selfie seems as good an indicator as any of the impending apocalypse, some brave humans, aided by the combined power of love and professional photography, are attempting to combat the power of the selfie through the ageless art of the wedding photo. These pictures, which are more or less composed of two lovebirds, are miraculously taken by a third individual, not seen in the frame. And while it's hard to resist the raw magnetic power of a Kim Kardashian selfie, these arresting nuptial shots of celebrities, daredevils, and a group of rapping wedding crashers, offer a compelling alternative.
This ridiculous snap proves once and for all that Photoshop does have a place in wedding photography, besides just Photoshopping your bedridden great aunt's head into extended family shots. Jurassic Park star Jeff Goldblum was relaxing at a friend's wedding, minding his own business when (dun dun dun) the bride and groom asked him to take part in a dinosaur-centric photo shoot. According to photographer Adam Biesenthal, who captured Goldblum's brief return to the Mesozoic era, the actor "enthusiastically agreed" to take part in the picture and really got into character for the photo. You can take the man out of Jurassic Park, but you can't… you get it.