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Old June 23rd, 2014, 10:29 AM   #16
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Re: Where are you positioned in the Church?

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Alternatives... Could be behind the priest, like in the notorious video where the priest turns and yells at the photographer and videographer to move. .
Actually I think this would have worked, didn't think of it, never done it. The pastor was very accomodating, I think a friend of the grooms family, and responded 'You can go whereever you want to' when I asked about positioning. Didn't just say it though, seemed like he truly meant it.

Thanks for that. I did have a 2nd camera, but I had that in the back of the aisles pointed at the gated entrance. Could be able to dissolve back & forth, but again the photog & Moms head were iin the way periodically.
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