In a long Facebook post, along with the photo below, the photographer pointed out that the groom's view was actually obstructed by guests trying to take photos. He also explained that sometimes photo-snapping guests get in the way of the actual photographer capturing special moments.
Another point he made was that the photos taken from people's phones can't compare to the professional photographer's, anyway, and concluded with this plea: "You are witnesses to their marriage, so for goodness sake, watch them with your eyes and your minds, not your phones."
Another person commented that they were a guest at a recent no-phone wedding and they were extremely disappointed that they didn't have their own photos of themselves dressed up and enjoying the special evening with friends because the photographer is understandably mostly focused on the bride and groom.
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