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Protect Photography Investment

A wedding where the bride and groom request the guests to switch off their electronic devices such as smartphones, cameras, camcorders, tablets, etc. and be fully present in the moment. A professional wedding photographer then has carte blanche of the ceremonial photos.

A few benefits of having an unplugged wedding are listed here.
• A wedding is a once in a lifetime event and any kind of distraction can detract form the importance of it. An unplugged wedding will have fewer distractions and the guests will be fully present in the moment and not busy taking pictures, chatting, or replying to social media posts.

• It will be difficult to control the distribution of your wedding photos when you have your guests taking photos of this personal moment and sharing it on social media. You do not always want the photos of your wedding posted on Facebook 2 minutes after the I do’s.

• Guests trying to take photos of the special moments such as the exchange of rings, vows and first kiss may end up spoiling the photo taken by the photographer. Although this doesn’t happen often, they can detrimentally affect the background and occasionally obliterate a photo with an ill-timed flash.

• Another point of note is the distracting sounds that multiple cameras can make, again this isn’t often a big problem but with that hard of hearing uncle with his phone volume turned up to CLAXON mode the Bizet of has the potential of overtaking the moment.

You can inform the guests about the unplugged wedding in advance by adding a polite note with your wedding invitation or with an announcement before the wedding ceremony. This way you are inviting them to be there with you on the most important day of your life and still making sure that you protect your photography investment.