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11-07-11, 12:25 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
At my wedding last year, we have a friend who is a professional wedding photographer so we naturally asked her to take our wedding shots. There wasn't a ban on others using cameras, but when we got out proofs, it was annoying to see that in the group shots, people weren't always looking at the photographer, but instead looking at their family/friends standing behind the photographer, and it ruined some good shots.
So I can understand why the B&G or photographer would stipulate that no other cameras were allowed. We were also a bit annoyed that some of the family didn't want to pay for the professional shots as they had their own, even though the pro's were much better quality.
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