When Time Stops / the final moments before a big wedding. Waiting on a staircase landing before dropping down to the chapel level, every seat is filled. A lifetime of friendship, no words are spoken - months of planning are getting ready to unfold.
Trust your photography to a proven professional. After all the months of planning, after the last guest has gone home and the lights have been turned off all you will have remaining of your wedding day is the photography.
"There's no underestimating the challenges wedding photographers face. Their job: capture the essence of an emotional, truly life-changing day, the private and public moments, the interactions of individuals, the group dynamics, the personalities of the chief players. And don't get in the way of any of it" - Nikon.
Published in Bride & Groom DFW
Marty Leonard Chapel - Fort Worth
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There's always two outsiders at a wedding, the photographer & the DJ.
Snapshots / reception at Stockyards Station
Departure from a wedding at Southfork Ranch to a roof top landing at a hotel in downtown Dallas. The photographer had better bring their "A Game"... they initially came to my home in Hico, six weeks later here we are. As soon as they got airborne my job was completed. I turned to look back towards the backyard where the reception had been and here is over 100 guests and staff standing out in the pasture. They were shoulder to shoulder looking up into the night sky as the helicopter sped off towards the glow of the city lights in the distance and disappeared. The wedding was over, that is the way to exit a wedding!
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