I love weddings.
I love seeing people smile, cry, laugh, and even get married.
I can’t believe that we still have weddings going on every day.
Even though we have more cameras and technology, they still can’t capture every moment.
Here are some of the most memorable wedding photos I’ve ever taken.
I first met Mike Hays in 1992.
He was a photo editor at a major newspaper, and I was working as a photographer.
We were both in the business of editing and shooting weddings.
We both had wedding photographers in our lives and he was always doing the weddings for us.
He told me one day he had an idea.
He said he was going to shoot the wedding of a friend’s daughter.
I thought, This is crazy.
I had never met her before.
She was in her late 20s.
I was like, What is she doing here?
He said, My friend’s dad was an actor and he thought he would be a great photographer.
I think it worked out.
Mike was a very serious photographer and really wanted to capture that emotion in every picture.
He had a very strict style of work, and he would shoot a photo with a tripod, and then it would be in a digital file, and if it looked good, then he would send it to the client.
Mike would also get into all the details and the details of the scene.
I’ve always been very interested in weddings.
It was just a matter of when and how much.
I remember a couple who had a wedding a couple years ago, and they said they were in a lot of trouble because the groom had a problem with the bride.
He came out to the wedding, and the bride was dressed up in a red dress and white gloves, and she looked absolutely stunning.
The groom said, I think we should just take this photo.
He put the camera down, and it was taken by Mike.
I knew he had something special.
It was so hard for him to capture the emotion.
The bride and groom were both married and had had some problems in the past.
He wanted to show the world that it’s ok to have these problems, and not to have to be ashamed of it.
I’m just so glad that we didn’t go down that path.