Guest Photographers: Why They Should be “Unplugged”

Excellent EXCELLENT article by Peta Pixel about asking your guests to truly be IN the moment with you, during your wedding.

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Prior to the ceremony, the officiant read this, “Welcome, friends and family! Good evening everyone. Please be seated. Dan and Jennifer invite you to be truly present at this special time. Please, turn off your cell phones and put down your cameras. The photographer will capture how this moment looks — I encourage you all to capture how it feels with your hearts, without the distraction of technology. If Dan can do it, then so can you.”

Take a few minutes and read on!

Guest Photographers or: Why You Should Have an Unplugged Wedding

About the author: Corey Ann is a wedding photographer based in North Canton, Ohio.
Visit her website here. This article originally appeared here.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Sharon says:

    This is definitely interesting and in an ideal world we would have no obstructions, but that has become part of our training at this point. I might start sharing this with brides, but then again I dont want to scare anyone into thinking that a friend with a camera is going to ruin all of their shots…that will not happen with us.

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