If you find your photographer rushing you it might be for a good reason.Photographers have to deal with a little thing called timeline. We have a number of obstacles to overcome and sometimes it is to keep things moving and to get the shots necessary to telling your story.You have a wedding that starts at a certain time; you have a reception start at a certain time.Often times the bride and groom want to stay with tradition so they cannot see one another prior to the wedding. This means a photographer has to work fast and be creative. The photographer can get shots prior to the wedding but the flowers must be there on time. If you are late, it will change the timeline. If your bridal party is not ready on time, it will change the timeline.After the ceremony it is customary to shoot the formal shots with the wedding party. If the groomsmen are outside, it delays the timeline.You get fewer pictures because the reception will start soon. The bride and groom can now see each other so they would like some pictures taken of them at the park. The park is 30 minutes away, so that takes an hour just in drive time. I had a bride who took an hour longer getting ready so where do you make up that hour? Simply, you do not and you lose all those shots with the bride and the bridesmaids. I have seen all kinds of disasters affecting the timeline and a good photographer will walk you through all of this prior to your special day. So understand the photographer may nudge you along but it is to make sure they get the best shots and you get your money’s worth.