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Watch this Officiant Stop a Wedding to Tell the Wedding Photographer to Leave
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September 22, 2013
6:02 pm
David Frost
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It's simply a lack of professionalism. The photographer should have talked to the 'official' and the 'official' should have talked to the photographer, beforehand, or afterward, to avoid any repetition. Not during the ceremony. Unprofessional and you would not recommend either.

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September 24, 2013
4:41 am
W.Liam
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Sony SLTs should fare good in this situation. Silent as a whisper.

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October 4, 2013
2:40 am
BazzaBoy
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The photographer's contract is with the bride/groom or their families, not with the priest. If someone need to talk to the priest, it is the bride/groom or members of their family and instruct the photographer accordingly.

This is after all, the 21st century and photography and videography is part and parcel of the day's activities and I am sure the priest knows that.

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October 4, 2013
3:44 am
Randy
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If I correctly understand what was implied in the video, the photographers were told to move to a different spot, not to "leave" the ceremony. I agree with most comments though, the priest certainly could have done a better job of handling the situation.

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October 4, 2013
8:42 am
Douglas J. Louden
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I am sure God had no opinion as to whether these pictures were or were not taken.
The priest was rude at best, perhaps he needs to go back to his parish and seclude himself in a monastic life and leave people alone. He should have made his feelings known ahead of time if he felt so strongly. The couple hopefully castigated him for his rudeness. I'd like to have his name so I could express my feelings personally.

The photographer should also have made himself less intrusive.

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