When you're a photographer in the smallest state in the country, it's hard not to run into others in your field on a fairly regular basis.
Do it long enough and you're going to meet pretty much everyone who makes their living with a camera, whether they've been in the game for three decades or they're just starting out.
It never fails that at least once every few months I run into someone just getting into the business and they always ask me what it was like to shoot my first wedding.
And I always tell them the same thing: It was one of the scariest and most difficult things I've ever done.
So much so that I left the venue swearing I would never shoot another wedding for the rest of my life. And I would've gotten away with it too if it wasn't for that meddling couple.