Yes this camera is real and yes it belongs to us. If I am not mistaken this camera belonged to Boyd's Grandfather. He is 93 if you are wondering. This camera amongst other things has inspired Boyd to be a photographer.
I myself love photography because of the moments the pictures portray. Moments you will never get back but can relive again and again through the photo.
We above all want to honor God with what we do.
He paints the picture we just press a button. (Its more than that, but the basic idea that God is the artist.)
Now I am very good at remembering details, but I can't remember much about my wedding day. EXCEPT when I look through the pictures. I remember the big things, like the video failing to work and having to stand awkwardly for 13 minutes while our voices were out of synch, but guests faces and how beautiful the day was wasn't on my agenda.
We want to give brides and grooms a day to remember. We want to capture moments that when they look at the picture they can remember exactly why they were laughing. The flower girl as she falls asleep on stage because its her nap time and couldn't hold out any longer. And even the moment she smashes so much cake in his face he has to clean it out of his hair.
The real moments.
Don't get me wrong posed shots are expected and will be done, but its the life in the natural shots that we love the best.
The pictures that just come to life instantly.
And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.