One of the best parts of being a professional wedding photographer is that, in working to help them craft their day, you tend to form a close bond with a bride and groom that goes far beyond the traditional vendor-client relationship in other areas of business.
But when the clients are already your friends or family members? Shooting their wedding strengthens that bond. It turns a routine assignment into something you'll talk about at family functions for years. And, if you do it right, there is no better thank you.
And that's how I felt heading over to Galilee Beach Club in September to shoot the wedding of my brother-in-law Jason and my soon-to-be sister-in-law Lisa. I knew this wedding would be a spe