Wedding photography has evolved a great deal from what it was traditionally. Gone are the days when a couple expected photography to be a small fraction of their day, when the only images were of first kisses, cake cuttings, and regimentally posed bridal parties staring blankly at the camera. Contemporary wedding photography has taken on a life of its own. It is part photojournalistic, studio, and artistic photography all wrapped in one fast paced, high energy day that begins with getting ready and ends with the last dance while capturing every moment in between. Needless to say, it really helps to have a couple, like Sean and Sara, who are comfortable with the idea of being photographed for an entire day, and who take direction really well. I first worked with Sean and Sara during their engagement photo shoot. It was clear from the moment we started that they were going to be a fun couple to photograph. Both were clearly at ease in front of the lens and very easy to pose. This should not have come as a surprise with Sara being a talented dance instructor. From beginning to end, she was the picture of grace, which allowed me to focus less on giving direction and more on taking creative shots. And what better location to photograph a June wedding in Plymouth, MA than the Plymouth Yacht Club where everyone went out of their way to make everything go as smooth as possible? The results are some incredible wedding photos that this amazing couple can cherish for many years to come.