Get to know your bride and groom.
Scout your location if pictures do not suffice.
Set expectations for the couple.
Always have two cameras
Create a shot list and make sure your assistant has it available at all times.
Don't forget the accessories on wedding day!
Check your camera settings before you start shooting
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