A photographer has posted a picture of a glum-looking groom craning his neck to see his bride-to-be walking down the aisle because guests taking pics are blocking his view..Wedding snapper is so frustrated with guests clamouring to get a shot on their mobiles and tablets. This is a true story!!!!

Blocked: This groom had to lean out past the aisle just to see his bride approaching
"Look at this photo. This groom had to lean out past the aisle just to see his bride approaching. Why? Because guests with their phones were in the aisle and in his way. "photographers should be more specific with clients in explaining to them why guests should be told no photos''. 

The photographer also wrote some instructions for wedding guests to follow

1. Guests with phones, iPads and cameras get right in your photographer's way. They have no idea how to stay out of our way.

They often ruin many of our shots. They will make our photos worse. You're paying a photographer quite a bit of money; that means you want great photos. We cannot do our best work with people getting in our way.

2. These same guests will get in YOUR way. You will miss moments of your own wedding day because there'll be an iPad in the way. You will miss seeing your partner's face in the aisle.

3. The guests' photos are usually bad. I'm sorry, but it is true. You can't take great photos with your camera phone by leaning into the aisle of a dark church to photograph a moving subject.

even lots of professionals have trouble with this.

And finally, the most important point:

4. Imagine you're in the middle of your wedding ceremony. You're elated. You decide to take a quick glance towards your guests as you're sure they're sharing these happy moments with you, possibly even shedding a tear of their own.What do you see? no faces at all as they all are hidden behind phones and cameras!

I highly doubt this is the way you want to remember your wedding ceremony. - Mirror