During a wedding, a priest brings the ceremony to a halt when he turns around to scold the photographer and videographer… leaving the bride and groom shocked and speechless.
The Priest was 100 percent correct. He was there to perform a solemn ceremony. To be interrupted by photographers was insensitive to what the moment truly is about. The new groom's statements in the video here, speaking against the Priest's actions, suggests that HE didn't get it, either. Yes, photograph the event, but remember why you're photographing the event in the first place--that's because it's a once in a lifetime event. Give it that respect.
@bluolive It seams to me that the priest's over-reaction was more about his irritation than wanting to protect a solemn moment. Therefore, it is the priest making the moment about him, and not the wedding. Your comment accusing the groom of not getting it shows that you do not get it. It isn't about the priest, it is about their "big day," and their commitment to God. It is up to THEM, no the priest, to determine how they show glory to God. They wanted to be able to have a video commemorating their union in God's eyes, and instead they got a video of a selfish priest making their wedding day about him.