Philippe Roger and I shot a wedding last weekend. It was great to work with him, as it took all of the pressure off me getting every shot. He brought along his own assistant, his beautiful wife Julene, and she was invaluable in helping us get organized and focused. She also did Sherpa duty, carrying Philippe's second camera and lens, and by the end of the night, was shooting away herself . Philippe and I will share some of our favorite captures on this thread. To start off, here's the lovely couple... Christie and David. I find there's a shot or sequence of shots in every wedding gallery I've taken that stands out for me. For Christie and David's wedding, it was the first-dance sequence, because my wife and I taught them the waltz, and choreographed it for them. The bride isn't a dancer, and was scared to death, but with a lot of practice after our lesson and a strong lead from her partner, she looked like a star . View attachment 13102 View attachment 13103 View attachment 13104 View attachment 13105 View attachment 13106 After the dance, she was glowing, and ran over to give me a big hug and a kiss. It made my day .