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2011 Round-Up 2011 Videos 2010 Competition Results 2010 Trade Awards 2010 Show Pics Big Red Bus Judging and Masterclasses John Denton Pictures Doug Gordon Tower Hill Trade Awards Social Doug Gordon Fashion Meets Wedding Damian McGillicuddy Underground Awards Night Breakdown Cam Breakdown Cam
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Coping with Bad Weather Weddings
Wedding photography is a challenging profession at the best of times. Not only do you have to be a half-decent photographer but you need to be able to react to events as they unfold, domineering officiants, deal with alterations to time schedules and, of course, be a good crowd manager.
Photo Quote: I almost never set out to photograph a landscape, nor do I think of my camera as a means of recording a mountain or an animal unless I absolutely need a 'record shot'. My first thought is always of light. - Galen Rowell