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EXCHANGING RINGS

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WEDDING by KRISS on 18 september 2015

This is a what to do and what not to do people when you exchange rings.
I cannot stress enough that if it is also our job as photographers to prepare you to what we have seen many more times than the average couple (unless you are a wedding crasher of course), past a point during the ceremony, our job is to be discrete and we can rarely butt in to give you directions, especially for the exchange of rings.

Most of the time, we know when it's going to happen but just about.
The way the ceremony happens exactly and the very moment you will be asked to give each other your wedding ring often happens within a short timeframe when it is nearly impossible to tap you on your shoulder and tell you "hey, you are still holding your microphone or your leaflet".

Also many brides and grooms are nervous and rush the exchange of ring.
Please don't do that, we work within a very small window and even being the two of us, already well placed, we are sometimes just about to miss a proper shot of one of the pictures you definitely don't want missing in your photo album.

So the guideline for exchanging wedding rings should be:

-Put down anything you have in your hands -Take your time and if only for that very moment, pay attention to where your photographers are and give them time and space to do their work.

That's it !

EXCHANGING RINGS

EXCHANGING RINGS

EXCHANGING RINGS

EXCHANGING RINGS

EXCHANGING RINGS

EXCHANGING RINGS

EXCHANGING RINGS

EXCHANGING RINGS

EXCHANGING RINGS

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