Yeh boy!... I finally experienced how to be a true wedding photographer, and let me tell you that was one great experience I can really learn from. It wasn't like the typical weddings that I've been to where preparations are done in hotels, the ceremony held at large chapels with adequate lighting, and the reception at restaurants where there is enough room for photographers to roam around and find angles, nope, I had none of that here, this one is what you may call a good old-fashioned 'Kasalang Barangay' where everyone within a 10-mile radius of the bride and groom's home is invited, so just imagine how cramped it was but I still need to use my 50mm because of insufficient lighting.

This wasn't exactly the setting that I was hoping for for my first coverage, especially that I'm just starting to learn the basics, but hey, its family, I was asked a favor and at the same time I just can't stand it if they pay for a low-cost photog who can't really shoot... yep, I've seen a lot of those people , so why not me, its not gonna be as good as Nelwin Uy's (sobrang layo), but hey atleast its free... :)

The cover for an 8x8 coffee table book type album

Had a hard time shooting the entourage.
Ang ikli lang ng aisle(kitang kita yung mga nasa likod), nagmamadali pa sila maglakad, wala pang ilaw :D
excuses.... excuses...hahaha
Check me out. Sa akin nakakapit yung Bride,haha (second photo from bottom right)
I ran out of pages, but here you can see what I mean by 'Kasalang Barangay' :p
Every neighbor has a VIP access pass, even the ones that they don't like that much, what can you do, that's tradition