In the Moment 

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Steph Photography Inc. |
I used to think wedding photography was all about the prefect light and the perfect pose on the end of a perfect cliff. Now we spend 95 percent of the day chasing memories and moments because its shots like this that truly capture the essence of each wedding. Weddings are about people so we sit back, let people be people and hope we end up in the right spot at the right time. -Liam Hennessey, Applehead Studiorapher, photographer
I love to photograph moments like this one where the couple is no longer camera-aware. This couple never let the pouring rain get them down, the rain was more of an amusement than a disappointment. It is photographs like this one that show you what Krista and Patricks wedding day was like, so much more than posing them under an umbrella in the rain would. -Emma Rose Photography
Katie told me that Robin always loved the game washers and it would really make him happy if we made time for a quick game during the photo shoot. I thought it was great opportunity to catch them doing something they loved and just having fun being themselves. -Jenine Panagiotakos, Blue Vine Photography
Not even Hurricane Ophelia could wipe the smile off of Nancys face. Its just sunk in that they are now Mr. and Mrs. -Scott Blackburn, photographer
As a photographer, its important for me to not only catch the range of emotion during a couples wedding day, but to also catch many of the little moments between the two of them. To me, they give balance to the more posed stuff, thus fully capturing their most wonderful day. -Trevor Allen, photographer
Throughout the ceremony there were a lot of nervous smiles and softly spoken vows. I was waiting for the moment the nerves slipped away so I could document their reactions towards each other. I knelt in the corner to wait for this shot, which came as the officiant was talking of their faith and love for each other at the close of their ceremony. -Chloe O Brien, Lou Photography
I try and capture unguarded moments in any wedding, where people are having fun and just enjoying themselves. -Nick Sumner, photographer
After capturing some closer pictures of Jason and India, I stepped back to see the entire room watching the first couples dance in awe. It was a very magical moment. -Chantal Routhier, photographer
I try and capture unguarded moments in any wedding, where people are having fun and just enjoying themselves. -Nick Sumner, photographer

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