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  • Amanda Rynda Zombie Themed Photos

    When Amanda Rynda photographed engaged couple Juliana Park and Ben Lee, a zombie made a surprise visit. They wanted the photos to be "kooky and mature, but not tacky," said Rynda, the Daily Mail reported. To learn more about her photography, visit her portfolio <a href="http://www.amandarynda.com/ " target="external">here</a> or follow her on tumblr <a href="http://amandarynda.tumblr.com/ " target="external">here.</a>
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  • Amanda Rynda Zombie Themed Photos

    The zombie featured in the couple's photos is a close friend and co-worker Jason Boesch, according to the Daily Mail. Rynda said he "deserves credit for playing along as well."
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  • Amanda Rynda Zombie Themed Photos

    The couple said they are happy and overwhelmed with the feedback and "but especially for Amanda, who's getting all this attention," the Daily Mail reported.
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  • Amanda Rynda Zombie Themed Photos

    "When Juliana & Ben got engaged, Juliana emailed me about shooting their engagement session. She wrote, "We want to survive a zombie attack and then hug because we're in love!" Rynda wrote on her <a href="http://www.amandarynda.com/?page_id=11" target="external">blog</a> .
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  • Amanda Rynda Zombie Themed Photos

    "They (Juliana and Ben) wanted to put their personalities into it, and do something a little quirky. Quirky is right up my alley so I knew we'd have a great time pulling this idea together," Rynda wrote in a blog about the engagement session photos.
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  • Amanda Rynda Zombie Themed Photos

    Photos from the engagement shoot have become an internet sensation. "Thanks to Juliana & Ben for being so amazingly cool and allowing me to run with their idea," Zynda wrote in a blog post.
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  • Amanda Rynda Zombie Themed Photos

    Since photographing the couple, Rynda's photos have received international attention. Rynda tweeted: "Love Conquers All in LA...even zombies. I had a killer time shooting this couple."
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  • Amanda Rynda Zombie Themed Photos

    The unique photo shoot included friend Jason Boesch, who was transformed into a zombie and might make an appearance at the wedding. ''But we're also thinking about the older people at the wedding who might be weirded out," bride-to-be Juliana Park told the Daily Mail.
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  • Amanda Rynda Zombie Themed Photos

    "We thought it would be hard to find, but someone did," bride-to-be Juliana Park told the Daily Mail
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  • Amanda Rynda Zombie Themed Photos

    "wow! feeling the zombie love!" Rynda tweeted after several media sites picked up her zombie-themed pictures. The budding photographer also works as a color stylist.
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