In September I had the opportunity to photograph a few weddings as a second shooter (I blogged on the perks of being a second shooter previously) which prepared me to shoot my first wedding as a lead photographer. This particular wedding here at Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club had me nervous a little because I was a second shooter for a friend, mentor and former teacher Keith Jacobs. So believe me, I was sweatin' bullets a little. So as you can tell from a few of the photos posted here, I was in charge of staying with the groom and groomsmen. Which was fine for me and also a learning experience, because I always felt I connected with the females better anyway(because I am a ladies man...yeah right...I'm a nerd). But any-who, this gave me an opportunity to photograph a group of guys that I have never ever had a chance to meet or even speak to. This opportunity gave me a chance to learn different ways to communicate with my species. Let me tell you this...these guys were awesome and it made my day go so much better than I thought. They were laid back and relaxed and ready to go. The jokes, stories and impersonations that went on were hilarious. The entire day was AWESOME, but that had to be the fastest ceremony I have ever seen in my life. Literally 5-7 mins long. It was over in a blur. But again...awesome day + awesome guys + awesome couple = a great day of photography!