@ Once, in a marriage function of my cousin's son, while I was grouping the family members to click, one good lady(one of my cousin's wife) wanted my daughter to be with her. I said," Sorry, She won't match with this group." She did not understand, and left the group in an angry mood. I got annoyed and told her,"Never ever I will take a photo of you in future." When she was explained about the grouping, she realised and cried.
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But if you look at the traditional photo albums you will find people stiff in attention and some would be obviously uncomfortable, some giving gifts will be intentionally staring at the camera rather than having a few pleasant words with the hosts or newly married couple. If I'm given the camera to take pictures, I will know that there are professionals people taking the formal snaps.
I'll focus on the informal ones, people chatting normally, the new couple has a few quick glances, exchanging a quick laugh. Pictures of children running around or playing, pictures of elders who despite the pain in the legs sit patiently to bless the couple. The genuine joy or surprise on the host's faces when they see a far-off relative attending the function is worth capturing.