Nowadays almost every wedding is likely to be heavily photographed. Pictures are snapped before, during and even after the event. Professional alongside nonprofessional cameras keep swarming the venue clicking photographs and capturing videos non-stop on this special day. Capturing moments in the form of pictures and videos are after all our way of making memories that we can look back on.
Unfortunately, that hasn’t always been the case especially during the 40’s. The high school sweethearts Ferris and Margaret Romarie, tied the knot in 1946 and don’t posses any photos to look back on to reminding them of their special day. That, however, changed when they opted for a wedding photo-shoot .
The major issue they incurred their wedding was that was’t a single person with a camera who could have captured the cherished moments of these “Lovebirds”.