What makes a great picture? Is it the moment? Is it the location? Is it what you are wearing or the way you look on a "good day"? Of course, a great photo is a combination of many things coming together at the correct moment. However, any photographer worth his/her weight will tell you that all of these can play a role in a great shot, but none of these are the most important part. It is the lighting! Without light, there is no shot. With terrible lighting, the shot will need a lot of post-production processing. We are cognizant of this fact, so we prepare for bad lighting conditions. Not all of our shots are photos that would make a magazine cover, but we try to shoot each one like it was a possibility. Anyone can shoot thousands and thousands of pictures, but knowing how to shoot photographs of people and objects differentiates amateurs from pros. In order to compensate for weak lighting conditions, we only use top-of-the-line Canon L-series lenses. And of all the Canon L-series lenses, we only use prime lenses. These lenses are the best that money can buy. The are made to shoot in low-light conditions. That is one of the most important distinguishing factors a professional photographer can make when choosing a lens. But you also need a professional camera and a professionally trained camera person. Training helps develop advanced skill sets required for this job and that is why we are rigorous in our training of each team member. Put it all together and you get professional pictures and that is how the HD Wedding Pro team does it.