The reaction from their guests was happy cheering, and excitement. Then, I look
I remember this wedding I was shooting a few years back and seeing the bride and groom share their first kiss as a married couple.
over at their parents in the front row of chairs, and I saw the bride's father turn to his wife and wipe away a tear from her cheek. Watching the connection and the emotion in their tender moment, gave me goosebumps. I needed the bride and groom, and her parents to see that too. That was it. That was the a-ha moment when I knew this is what I was meant to be doing.
If I could tell you just one thing I would say to remember when you are hiring a photographer for your wedding, you are not just hiring someone with a camera. You are hiring someone that feels like family. You are going to be spending a lot of time with your photographer on your wedding day and their ability to make you feel comfortable in front of the camera is key. Our past clients can tell you, we make sure you are able to feel like yourself around us. This is the difference between being posed and awkward looking in your photos and being real, emotional, and candid in your final images. We understand and embrace the real authentic moments and that is what makes us different.
"I felt like she was a family friend at our wedding."
-Ruby Zucker, The Old Lantern Inn