I have been poking around online lately, and have seen several articles condemning the Professional Photographer to a grisly and untimely death. They claim that the market is saturated with spray and pray Photographers, and Photographers who are happy to give their art away for "shitnickels". To a certain degree, some of this may be true. But among the Negative Nancy's out there I have discovered a few that feel the way I do. There is no doubt, photography is changing. The av
Here are 4 reasons to have a "Unplugged Ceremony" 1. Not having an "unplugged" wedding ceremony could potentially compromise the photographers photos. Someone could walk out in front of the photographer during an important part of the ceremony, like the kiss for example. Also, in some cases the flash from another camera could interfere with the photo.
2. It can be distracting. Other than having several people walking around, some guests may just want to sit and enjoy the ce