Scroll To Top
Wedding

WATCH: A Gay Wedding Picture Is Worth 1,138 Rights

WATCH: A Gay Wedding Picture Is Worth 1,138 Rights

Capturing_lovex400

LGBT-friendly photographers at Capturing Love want the world to know just how much marriage equality means.

sunnivie

A new campaign from the authors of an instructional book on gay and lesbian wedding photography hopes to go viral and show that a picture can be worth more than 1,000 words -- it can be worth 1,138 federal rights.

Photographer Thea Dodds teamed up with Kathryn Hamm of GayWeddings.com to produce Capturing Love: The Art of Lesbian and Gay Wedding Photography, a how-to book and visual guide for photographing gay and lesbian weddings.

And now, the Capturing Love team has created a customizable image highlighting the importance of federally recognized marriage for LGBT couples.

"We all know a picture is worth 1,000 words," reads the image. "This one is also worth 1,138 federal rights."

You can download your own copy of the "A Picture Is Worth" frame, complete with instructions on how to insert your photo, here. Then Capturing Love asks users to post the customized image to Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, tagging Capturing Love to demonstrate a shared support for marriage equality.

Watch a video about the importance of Capturing Love below, and find more information about the "Picture" campaign here.

sunnivie
30 Years of Out100Out / Advocate Magazine - Jonathan Groff & Wayne Brady

From our Sponsors

Most Popular

Latest Stories

Sunnivie Brydum

Sunnivie is the managing editor of The Advocate, and an award-winning journalist whose passion is covering the politics of equality and elevating the unheard stories of our community. Originally from Colorado, she and her spouse now live in Los Angeles, along with their three fur-children: dogs Luna and Cassie Doodle, and "Meow Button" Tilly.
Sunnivie is the managing editor of The Advocate, and an award-winning journalist whose passion is covering the politics of equality and elevating the unheard stories of our community. Originally from Colorado, she and her spouse now live in Los Angeles, along with their three fur-children: dogs Luna and Cassie Doodle, and "Meow Button" Tilly.