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The photographer behind this epic drone photo of two newlyweds says it was a total accident

Travel filmmaker Brandon Li was flying a drone high above Hong Kong, searching for epic shots of the sunset. Instead, he got an epic shot of two newlyweds laying on a roof, PetaPixel reports.  Li didn't even notice the couple until after the drone had landed and he was reviewing the footage from its flight. After a little editing (a bit of color correction and Photoshopping away what appeared to be a pile of clothes near their feet), Li shared the photo on social media, asking if anyone could identify the couple.
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