...okay, so I work at a church, I'm not a wedding photographer, but I see a lot come through. (I've shot a couple weddings in my youth, enough to know that it wasn't for me... but I think I could do better than this, honestly...) When I saw this group come in I knew I was not witnessing pros. 1. Both of the photographers are holding their cameras wrong (like you're pulling on the lens, not cradling it). I know when I do this, all my photos aren't straight. Am I the only one? Am I nitpicking? 2. One is shooting Canon with a cheaper Sigma lens, the other is shooting Nikon with an 18-xxx consumer lens. How are they going to get these to match, seriously? And she keeps asking for less light? Never heard that before, normally they want tons of light. 3. Both have their flashes in bounce position. The ceiling is over 20 feet high at the least, and closer to 35 in the center, and they're bouncing their flash off dark seats when they shoot vertically anyway... 4. They shot so much with so much flash during the service that it was a distraction. So... please tell me all wedding photographers in 2015 aren't doing these things? and if you're getting started... these are some good pitfalls to avoid imho.