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Old August 5th, 2007, 02:04 PM   #16
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I will e-mail the name to you.

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Old August 5th, 2007, 05:53 PM   #17
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I work for the bride. Not for the photog. That being said, what right do they have to tell us not to record.
Legally none, since they have no authority over you and don't "own" anything which happens in public at the event. In practice, if videotaping something appears likely to cause the photographer to create a scene then either try to find a creative way around that or notify the couple and move on. I had a photographer several years ago who told me to get lost while she was shooting her formals, so I just moved further away and kept shooting from a distance. In hindsight I can understand why some photographers don't want other cameras around because it tends to distract the subjects, but seeking a reasonable compromise is the professional solution for all concerned.
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Old September 6th, 2007, 02:49 PM   #18
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Catch this line

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OK, obviously that site is a joke... I'd gather the fellow considers himself a humorist of a sort...
Here is a nifty line from his photo gallery.....

Derek Pye is generally acknowledged to be the greatest wedding photographer in the world

Yes it is parody, and it is still funny. Except for the comments below that post. A bit unnerving.
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Old September 6th, 2007, 02:52 PM   #19
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I believe that would be Carol Dorman's video clip at http://www.videobycarol.com/home_pag...ographers.html -- it's quite a treat to watch. See her other "photographers in action" video clips here: http://www.videobycarol.blogspot.com/ as well as http://videobycarol.blogspot.com/200...ographers.html

By the way, for those who don't get it, the Derek Pye site linked above is pure parody and nothing more.
I loved the part where the photographer trips over the metal bucket / can on the concrete and everyone turns around.

I have to wonder why they didn't just stay put since there were so many of them. Just like any other production you have your assigned area and you stay there.
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