In the olden days, not that long ago, the only one taking photos during a wedding ceremony was the wedding photographer. The reception is generally free game, guests can drink and catch up and whip out their cameras for selfies and keepsakes. But traditionally, people keep their cameras concealed during the exchanging of vows, the walk down the aisle, and all of the timeless ceremony moments.
However, in recent years the lines between photographer and guest have been blurred by the invention of high-quality camera phones, specifically those connected to the latest iPhones. Now, the combination of hand-held technology and social media addiction makes it feel almost alien to keep our phones tucked away during a special moment.