The day after the legal ceremony in the registrar's office was the "big" wedding day, the more important one, the church wedding. It all started with a session at the hairdresser's for the bride: 1. 2. These two were taken during the service (no, the first was taken before, when we - the choir - were still doing our warming up, and I had the camera on tripod and timer and had to run back to "my people" in the given time) ... the second was secretly taken during the service, I was NOT SUPPOSED to take photos during the service, plus I was on the balcony with the choir, so I couldn't take photos then, but I rested the Powershot on the balcony and took this one: 3. Choir - self timer shot 4. Exchanging the rings and blessing Now to some of the "official" photos, the posed ones, and I have NEVER posed people before, NEVER (!) (and boy, it is harder than you would think, more so when they grant you 10 - 15 minutes (!!!) for these kinds of photos) 5. 6. 7. (They were not always serious enough to be posed, but I like this one best of the entire series!) 8. 9. 10. That's about the first wedding I ever covered. My biggest admiration to those who do this as a job! It is NOT EASY!