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For the client…

I don’t know if you recently saw one of my tweets but I had a nagging question in the back of my head that needed some other professional input… Tweet: “Quick poll: fellow photogs, do you normally capture the entire wedding processional/recessional and if so is mainly for you or the client?” Background… I fielded…

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  • Hilary Mercer - Im quite curious about this too. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Jackie Martinez - The one I am most looking forward to is a toss up of the first look and first dance. I think both will be a very special moment for Mark and I.ReplyCancel

  • Nicole Jackson - I would have to say a tie between the first look and my father and I. I want to see Jeremy’s face because I know I’ll miss it since I’ll probably be crying like a baby but I have also been a “daddy’s girl” all my life.ReplyCancel

  • Joanna Furr - As a former “bride to be” after receiving my photos- the one I CANNOT live without and all time faves are the one of my hubby and I and our first kiss as husband and wife, 2nd runner-up: my dad seeing me fpr the first time and his tears, and 3rd of all: first dance. After having been through the process I would have listened more to my photog and skipped on the formals. Rachel you rock! Love you =)ReplyCancel

  • Shanti Clancy - I know I’ve already been a bride…but moments where the bride and groom are alone right after the ceremony are my favorites. We were glowing, and those made for the best pictures!ReplyCancel

  • Brittany Cornwell - I want to see Steven’s reaction when he first see’s me coming down the aisle and also I think I’d really like a picture of my Dad giving me away to Steven and those first moments of the ceremony when all of the emotions are running all over the place. These are my first thought’s of what I’d really like to see from the ceremony. I’m sure I’ll have a list by the time it actually happens!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer - The pictures that I’m most looking forward to are those moments that I’m afraid I’ll either forgot or that I won’t even be aware of… candid moments of our guests, the father daughter dance, as much as I want the reaction of my grooms first look to be captured I also want to be able to see the reaction of our honored guests such as my grandparents. Ultimately I think our favorite pictures will probably be the ones that aren’t posed and just capture us enjoying each other and the celebration with our families and friends!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica Carleton - I’m most looking forward to the very last picture of us at the end of the night, just the two of us. To me this symbolizes what everything is all about, the future together. I can’t wait to see how excited we are after everything is all said and done and now we can finally call each other husband and wife!ReplyCancel