HOLDING hands and gazing into each other's eyes.
They're the traditional kind of pictures that are taken of newlyweds.
But photographer Camille Dexter takes things to a whole other level when she takes charge of wedding snaps, as she proved with a video on her TikTok page.
In the clip, a bride was seen sitting on top of her groom, grasping him by the jaw as she looked deeply into his eyes.
"How spicy is too SPICY on your wedding day?" she wrote over the video.
"I had her straddle his lap and hold his jaw."
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Then things got even steamier, as she instructed the groom to "slowly slide his hand under her dress".
"Honestly, we can go spicier!" she wrote in the video caption.
However, opinions on the sexy pictures were largely divided in the comments section.
"Nooo," one groaned.
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"Just like the park bench in your first date," another said.
"Tacky," someone else wrote, with another agreeing: "No no & no – very tacky."
"If this is for a private collection, otherwise it’s a no from me," another added.
"find a new profession," someone else harshly wrote.
To which Camille replied: "Why. I have more fun doing this lol but honestly, I shoot boudoir mostly."
But others were more complimentary, with one writing: "Let's be honest, the one day you're allowed to be spicy and into your partner is your wedding day!
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"Historically it's when you're meant to! Go lovers."
"Beautiful! Nothing wrong with spicy," another added.
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