|Good question, I still haven't had the pleasure(!) of photographing a gay wedding yet, however it is one of those things that I took have wondered about.
I guess its a case of meeting up with the couple in advance and discussing.
However I have seen a couple of gay weddings taking place in the town near where I work and they were anything but conventional.. The best looking one was that the whole congregation was dressed up in WW2 period costumes. It looked fantastic! Initially I thought it was a movie being filmed but then realised that it was actually a wedding.. I bet the reception would of been themed such as well.. would of made for fantastic photo ops..
Originally posted by jan_vdw:
So, I was thinking on my to work this morning (Which admittedly is a first).
A while ago I got a "check list" of the most important photos to take at a wedding, like the exchange of rings, or vows, the father kissing the bride and so on. I was wondering how that list would change for a gay or lesbian wedding? Would it change much? Has anyone ever been asked to shoot a gay/lesbian wedding?