The photographer has become part of the pageantry [of the wedding] today. One woman asked me to take pictures as the bridesmaids
came down the aisle. I resisted because I don’t want to be intrusive, and you need flash with moving people in a church. It turned out
she didn’t care if I had film in the camera, she just wanted her guests to see the flashes.
Barbara Norfleet Wedding, New York : Simon and Schuster, c1979