“For better, for worse; for richer, for poorer; in sickness and in health, ‘til death do us part”, as couples exchange vows in the eyes of the witnesses, it would be a lot better if someone could capture it. An amateur photographer, maybe, or a professional, so that either of the couple can come in with a handy evidence once their marriage turns sour. In this way or another, intentionally humorous or just a remembrance to keep, a captured moment has never been so precious when it is photographed as realistic as it could.
Ever got the feeling when you exert so much effort on something and then, your client wants a whole revision? It is like you have spent almost all of your life mastering the art of doing it and, someone so envious from the daily drama show, suddenly wants to change your work just to show off his/her amigas and compadres that he is above all else, superior. As much as the couple wants to make their weddings perfect as it is a once in a lifetime event, it is important to keep a good communication to the person who will capture your memories. Always tell them what you expect to see in the photographs and express your ideas for foremost, you are the boss, as well as no matter how good they are in taking pictures, it is always your taste that needs to be satisfied.
Pre-wedding shoot has been a must these days and yet, not a couple has questioned who ever put that in style. As many teenagers have quoted “I don’t get how people say they love the person and hide them from their back. If I had someone I love the most, I will tell the world.” It is always nice to share to the world what your relationship has gone through before you decided to tie knots. To be an inspiration to others who have been hopeless-romantic for years must be the purpose of it, but, nevertheless, it is a documentary of memories you might forget sooner when your age surpasses the numbers found in the game, BINGO.
Long gowns, high-heels, black suits and sexy ties, you can always have it your way. Not theirs, not on the television and, no pressure. Just pose and in three counts, smile! It’s your wedding.