There are so many elements that factor into creating strong wedding photography. A few of these elements, just off the top of my head, include the perfect location, perfect weather, the right time of day, and most importantly the right people. You’re lucky if you get to work with two of these during one wedding. To have all four is a photographer’s dream scenario. That’s exactly what it was like to photograph Tyler and Emily’s wedding at Cruiseport Gloucester. The first thing I immediately noticed wbout this couple was how much fun they are. Surrounded by throngs of excited friends, it was hard to remember everyone was actually getting ready for a wedding as I photographed Emily having hair and makeup done at the Rockport Inn and Suites. There just was not the usual air of stress and panic that is so common to the hours leading up to a wedding. Even when a curve ball was thrown at the couple throughout the day, they never failed to turn it into a home run. Take for instance when a very important famiy member had not arrived to witness Tyler and Emily’s first look on the shores of Bass Rocls in Gloucester, Tyler and his groomsmen did not miss a beat taking advantage of the delay to get some incredible shots of him and his guys. And anyone who reads my blog will know how much I truly admire a bride like Emily, who isn’t afraid to scale a few rocky cliffs in favor of getting the wedding photography she wants.