Photographers’ ‘Flash Mob’ in a wedding

In a marriage reception back in 2013’s September, photographer Tammy Bryan as well as the couple decided to have a bit of fun with the invitees by arranging a flash mob. Bryan, the organizer of Greater Cincinnati Photographers Club, and she asked hundred of the group’s photographers to serve brighten up the first dance.

Flash Mob

As the couple started their first dance, a stream of photographers started to trickle in, including Cheshire Wedding Photographer Tim Hensel, and each one sporting a black “Event Photographer” shirt as well as carrying a camera and flash. As the music wound down, the photographers turned into a dazzling light show for the attendees. Bryan was ecstatic after that and he wrote that they successfully pulled it off. But everything did not go according to plan. She told that her bride has a wardrobe malfunction at just the wrong time with hundred photographers there to forever capture the moment.

Speaking about photography, it must be stated that Fujifilm really has an interesting sense of humor. At their major press conference today, Jenny B Campbell, the company Vice President, made an unusual controversy for the profits of its pro mirrorless cameras over regular DSLRs. He said that if you have a new mirrorless camera, you will be able to carry two cans of beer as DSLR cameras take a lot of space in the bag. At the event, they even presented a slide show of their thought.

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