Knowing the rules of the church or synagogue where a wedding ceremony is taking place is crucial. As a photographer, my approach is to scout out the location beforehand if it's unfamiliar to me. I always respect the rules set by the religious institution and try to be unobtrusive during the sacred ceremony. Typically, I capture most of the shots from the back, but I will photograph the processional from the front before moving to the back. Occasionally, if agreed upon by the clients and the venue, I may have a second photographer in the pews. In some churches and synagogues, there's an upstairs balcony where additional shots can be taken, but it's important to make sure it's allowed and to be cautious while walking on the old wooden stairs. I was able to capture a beautiful image of the father escorting his daughter down the aisle at Tidewater Chapel, providing a unique angle for my clients to cherish.
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