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Wedding Photography can be very very dangerous

 
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Jul 29, 2010 15:55 |  #1

And HERE (external link) is the proof.

http://www.telegraph.c​o.uk …tographer-at-wedding.html (external link)


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Jul 29, 2010 16:05 |  #2

"They allegedly fetched the rifle when the photographer suggested that using some guns as props would make for a memorable wedding album."

It was memorable alright. I will not photograph guns unless I check that they are unloaded for myself.... Thanks for the post and be safe out there


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Jul 29, 2010 23:49 |  #3

Stupidity can be very dangerous.

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Jul 30, 2010 17:57 |  #4

I had a wedding earlier this year where the father of the bride and the mother of the groom wanted to pose a "shotgun wedding". We didn't proceed untill all three of us had checked both guns and all were confident that they were safe.




  
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Jul 31, 2010 07:37 |  #5

there's always conjugal visit.


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Jul 31, 2010 09:53 |  #6

NOT something I'd want to remember on my anniversary.




  
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Aug 01, 2010 09:03 |  #7

Brings a whole new meaning to 'Shot gun wedding'.


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