Confessions of a wedding day photography veteran
Sometimes, I feel like a forensic photographer collecting evidence at a crime scene.
During each ceremony, I imagine myself as a reporter recording a historical moment; where a decisive international agreement is signed and sealed.
I am also that sports photographer behind the scenes, capturing the split-second action and expression like you’ve just launched that 3-point shot right before the buzzer.
Recently, I’ve been burdened with the mammoth responsibility of snapping photos of family clans gathered under one roof – with their smartphones on top of my own camera.
However; most importantly, once I’ve accomplished the above mentioned tasks, I simply enjoy being an astute observer – quietly recording the unscripted spectacle unfolding before my eyes.
I do what I do, not because you didn’t noticed me, but because you’ve already accepted my presence.