The author Anthony J. D’Angelo wrote that the most important things in life are not things. Hard to argue with that, right? And for me, it’s the guiding principal behind every wedding photo I take. All the latest gear that goes into making a digital image, or the high-quality paper and canvases on which they’re printed, matter very little compared to capturing well the genuine, meaningful connections between couples. And after you’ve noshed on the catering and cake, looked drop dead amazing in your dresses and tuxes, left the venue, unlikely to return, what remains is the love, the vows, the memories of your wedding day . . . and your photos. As a wedding photographer, I always keep this in mind – and remembering to have fun. Weddings are celebrations after all!