There is a certain class of people out there who live in a world of dreams and dissatisfaction.

These feelings have little to do with life itself but remain rooted in the current condition and availability of their local city park.

What should be a centralized haven for city-dwelling parents and kids alike can sometimes become a mess of daycare buses, sticky-coated Slurpee slides, wild-eyed children doing Tarzan impressions and over-trusting guardians enjoying an afternoon break with their good friend Facebook.

In efforts to avoid the high probability of “park let-down”, adventurous city-dwellers are now exploring in neighborhoods and areas far outside their economic zones.

Now, I am sad to have to report this to all the fine readers of my blog…we are those people.

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This past weekend, I had my first experience “second-shooting” (as they say in the photography world) an entire wedding with my wife.

I felt I had a pretty good idea of what to expect as I had heard the stories of every single experience my bride had gone through each time she shot a wedding and went into it with a good amount of confidence things would go smoothly.

According to her, things went well. Although, we were dead tired by the end and were secretly hoping our 3-year-old daughter would put us to bed for a change.

Of course, being this was my first real time and having all of these feelings freshly floating around the semi-creative zones of my brain, I had little option but to share my revelations with the world.

So, here are a few things I learned from shooting my very first wedding.

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