It is quite normal for guests to take photos with their wedding phones in the 4.0 era. But sometimes, it will cause some unwanted trouble. Recently, a female photographer voiced criticism of smartphones because it ruined an important wedding frame.
Female photographer Hannah Stanley shared a broken photo on Facebook. This is the most sacred moment in the wedding when the father leads his daughter to the ceremony, but a smartphone interrupted has made the picture blur.
Stanley went to Facebook to express his anger. "To the girl holding the iPhone, you not only ruin my photo but also break the groom's moment, the bride's father and the bride hold hands together" – Stanley wrote.
The picture of the bride and groom in the wedding was ruined in a blink of an eye because of the smartphone
Next, Stanley explained the importance of the photo to the bride: "Really, are you going to print that picture, store it or watch it everyday? No, you won't. But my bride will print this picture, watch it regularly and relive the moment the father took the hand to guide him in the day of laughing, then send her to the groom.
"But instead, you want to take pictures with your phone, block my view and take a picture you won't use."
The message that Stanley's post sent to the guests is to stop watching the wedding through the phone screen. Instead, Stanley suggested that guests only need to be present and enjoy the ceremony, enough for the experts to do their job.
Fortunately, Stanley later captured a perfect picture of the bride and father at a wedding in North Texas without being blocked by the phone. The post by the female photographer also received more than 140,000 responses and was shared more than 150,000 times.