As a wedding photographer, capturing a wedding day is not just about taking pictures, it's about telling a story. A wedding day is a beautiful, emotional and once in a lifetime event, and it's my job to document it in a way that is both beautiful and meaningful.

One of the most important things for me as a photographer on a wedding day is to be prepared. This means arriving early to the location to scope out the best spots for photos and to ensure that my equipment is in good working order.

As the day unfolds, my goal is to be as unobtrusive as possible while still capturing all of the important moments. This means staying aware of the schedule and anticipating key moments such as the ceremony, the first dance, and the cutting of the cake. It also means being ready to capture candid moments as they happen, such as a mother wiping away a tear during the ceremony or a groom stealing a kiss from his bride during the reception.

One of the most rewarding parts of being a wedding photographer is being able to capture the emotions and connections between the couple, their family and friends. I try to capture the love and connection between the couple, and the little moments that make their day unique, like a grandparent dancing with the bride, or a flower girl twirling in her dress.

It's also important for me as a wedding photographer to be able to adapt to any unexpected changes that may happen during the day. Whether it's bad weather or a schedule change, I have to be able to think on my feet and come up with creative solutions to ensure that I still capture all of the important moments.

Finally, after the wedding day, I spend a significant amount of time editing and retouching the photos to ensure that they are the best representation of the couple's special day. I work closely with the couple to understand their vision and style, and I use my skills and experience to create a final product that they will treasure for a lifetime.

In conclusion, as a wedding photographer, capturing a wedding day is not just about taking pictures, it's about telling a story. It's about being prepared, anticipating key moments, capturing emotions and connections, adapting to unexpected changes, and creating a final product that the couple will treasure for a lifetime. It's a challenging but rewarding experience, and one that I am honored to be a part of.