In Japan, hold virtual weddings on the moon

US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In Japan, because of the coronavirus pandemic, they stopped organizing weddings with the presence of guests. The old traditions have been replaced by virtual weddings that can be celebrated even on the moon, the Moscow Talks radio station reports.

To celebrate the celebration in an unusual setting, the newlyweds should be on the background of a special green canvas, called a chromakey. In real time, they cut a wedding cake and receive congratulations from guests. At this time, thanks to the green screen, the situation behind the spouses is changing.

Video editing specialists offer a choice of the surface of the moon, the bottom of the ocean or lake, as well as ancient monuments. It is clarified that now the popularity of such virtual weddings is growing, because they cost less than a traditional celebration.

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