A wedding event photographer is not only any photographer who comes along to consider some photographs; they should be able to connect within a confident and friendly manner, with all the bride, groom, parents, any and grandparents children on the wedding and sometimes, the pet dog also. The photographer should feel all the emotions and become a part of their day, by that I mean that they should understand the emotions of the people attending the wedding, after all, how else can the wedding photographer capture these emotions on camera, if they don't feel and understand them.
The romance, excitement and the final realisation of months, even perhaps years, of planning this one day and it's the marriage photographer's job to capture these emotions within a realistic yet, beautiful way. The groom and bride will be nervous, the parents hoping everything runs as smoothly since they have planned for and the kids, trying never to look too bored with the fuss around them. I often capture some good photographs from the children at weddings. The photographs should reflect the events of the day in a way that, looking back, when you're a classic married couple, it can seem like the wedding was just yesterday.
All the details must be photographed, like the church or venue for the ceremony and naturally, the reception. As a wedding photographer, I consider it a vital part of my work, to arrive early, get to know the layout of wedding venue, select the best angles and positions for the shots that I want to capture, during the ceremony and strive to produce incredible photos.