Let’s get the weekend started with some fantastic photos from the dance floor of Rachelle and Brice’s wedding! As per my last post, Rachelle and Brice’s wedding started with a beautiful ceremony. After the couple said ‘I do,’ guests got their groove on while bathed in discotheque ambience. Their wedding was one of my most fun events to photograph this past year, but it did bring up the issue of making sure your photographer and DJ are on the same page. Here are the details of how DJ lighting affects your wedding photos.
Why is it that people feel the need to make every moment an Instagram memory? Surely people understand that a professional photographer has been employed to do the heavy lifting. So who are these smartphone-Annie Leibovitzs capturing these memories for? The bride and groom? Themselves? I will never understand this phenomenon, as I am not a social media junkie. If you feel the same way I do and want to make sure that your guests stay focused on the task at hand (i.e., your wedding), then may I suggest hosting an ‘unplugged’ wedding as Rachelle and Brice did recently with their Harriet Himmel Theatre wedding.