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Bride Shares Incredibly 'Disappointing' Wedding Photographs From Her Big Day

'It's bad guys. Like trust-a-fart-and-a-bit-of-poop-comes-out bad.'

13/04/2016 13:56 | Updated 13 April 2016

As every couple who has bad wedding photos knows, there's no do-over.

One woman who learned this the hard way is Jaclyn Ying, whose wedding photos are nothing short of terrible.

The newlywed took to Facebook to share her disappointing wedding photos on 10 April. She wrote: "So, what do you do when you finally receive your actual wedding day photos and find yourself sorely disappointed in them?

"Get angry? Check. Shed a few tears over them? Done. Post some of the best (of the worst) on social media for amusement? Absolutely!"

Exhibit A...

Ying explained that they ordered their wedding package, which included daytime photography, from a "reputable bridal shop".

"Before we signed on, we were told that while we couldn't choose our photographer, the standard of the talent pool was consistent," she explained.

After being shown a portfolio of wedding photos, Ying concluded that they "looked alright" and so they agreed to the package. 

But it was a big mistake.

After their wedding day, Ying received the photos. And to say they were terrible would be an understatement.

Not only is there some seriously bad photo editing going on, but there are also some of the most unflattering angles known to man teamed with a selection of out-of-focus shots.

"It's bad guys," she wrote. "Like, first-date-and-you-clog-the-toilet-with-your-pangsai bad. Or, trust-a-fart-and-a-bit-of-poop-comes-out bad." 

She said her and her husband are looking for compensation for the awful images, but added: "Nothing is going to take away the fact that our wedding photos by this dude are pretty much ruined.

"What's more, he was our only 'pro' photog for that day. This stag worked solo, man.

"Don't take this the wrong way though - this is not a flame and shame post. We just wanted to share some of these hilariously bad photos with everyone."

There's the 'I can see right up your nose' shot

 

There's the 'creepy guy in the background' shot

 

There's the 'I got the ring stuck on your knuckle' shot

 

And our personal favourite, the 'why am I hiding in the long grass?' shot

Just look at that photo editing.

 

Here are the rest... 

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