Taking photos in a church is no easy task. The session: “The Art and Secrets of Photographing a Church Wedding” is aimed at everyone who wants to learn the ins and outs of shooting a wedding – that is, a Holy Mass that joins two souls together. How to properly photograph the bride and groom entering the church? How to handle the harsh light that streams through the church doors just as the couple begins to walk towards the altar? How best to capture wedding vows and the exchange of wedding rings? How to shoot in a dark church? How to minimize the unflattering effect of flash when you have no choice but to use it? What are safe exposure times to use during important moments of the mass? Which ISO settings will work best in a church – and at which times? Which flash modifiers will be the most useful and what photography equipment should you have at hand? Is using flash always prohibited, and what to do when there simply isn’t enough natural light in the church? How to quickly find the right balance between ambient light and artificial light from the camera flash, so that your photos look as attractive as possible? You’ll find out the answers to these and many more questions from this session. I believe it’s solid technique and open heart that create our personality and our photography world.