When it comes to weddings everybody wants to get those one-off shots - the bride coming down the aisle, the vows, the first kiss.
But, more often than not, those amateur photographers just get in the way.
In a new video from the Toronto Star's Master Class series, photographer Randy Risling gives us tips on how to be the absolute worst person ever at a wedding (while holding a camera).
His tips include enabling the beep function, sitting on the aisle and stepping in front of the professional photographer.
But his best tip by far, "When the bride's in the aisle, you're in the aisle."
So please people, watch this video as a 'what not to do' guide and leave the wedding photos to the professionals.
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