Wedding Workshop Five | Photographing the Ceremony: Photographing the Ceremony: Chapter Four Quiz Pye Jirsa, 4 years ago QUIZ: Photographing the Ceremony: Chapter Four Quiz 1. We recommend ______ to avoid missing the newly married couple’s first kiss. A Keeping a camera pointed at the couple throughout the entire wedding B Asking the officiant what he or she will say in the last minute leading up to the kiss C Asking the couple to recreate the kiss before they leave the stage D Permanently posting the lead and second shooter at the center aisle after the couple has exchanged rings E None of the above 2. The safety position for covering a wedding is ______. A In the center aisle B At the outer front corner on the bride’s side C At the outer front corner on the groom’s side D Seated behind the bride or groom’s parents E Next to Uncle Bob 3. The Eucharistic Prayer is commonly found in ______ weddings. A Hindu/Indian B Chinese C Catholic D Jewish E Iranian/Persian 4. Most churches/chapels are unrestricted in terms of what a photographer can do and where he or she can go. A True B False 5. If you’re unable to use flashes during the ceremony in a dimly lit church, we recommend ______. A Using a wide-aperture prime lens B Strategically placing reflectors around the church C Discussing your lighting options with bride and groom to set their expectations for ceremony coverage D B and C E A and C F All of the above 6. Traditionally, Chinese Tea Ceremonies take place ______. A Inside the church B After the wedding ceremony C At the bride and groom’s parents’ homes D At the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf 7. Flash photography is usually allowed during the wedding ceremony inside Mormon temples. A True B False 8. A Baraat is the groom’s processional during a Hindu/Indian wedding. A True B False 9. In a Hindu/Indian wedding, the vidaai ______. A Symbolizes the bride leaving her family to begin a new life with her husband B Is similar to a ring exchange ceremony, but with a necklace given to the bride from the groom. C Symbolizes the bride and groom’s first meal together with an exchange of sweets. D Occurs when the bride and groom circle the holy fire four times, with the groom leading for three of the circles, and the bride leading the fourth. 10. During an Iranian/Persian wedding, the bride and groom usually sit on a bench together and face away from the audience. A True B False 11. In an Iranian/Persian wedding, a sofre ______. A Symbolizes the bride leaving her family to begin a new life with her husband B Is the bench the couple sits on during the ceremony C Is a traditional ceremony spread containing several symbolic items D Is a celebratory yell E A and D F None of the above 12. In Jewish weddings, the signing of the Ketubah ______. A Usually involves only the bride and groom, who sign the document in a private room. B Is only a symbolic gesture, and the contract does not constitute the actual marriage. C Involves the bride, groom, and witnesses, usually made up of VIPs D Constitutes the actual marriage, while the ceremony held after is mostly symbolic E A and B F B and C G C and D Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Introduction to Photographing Groom Prep Next Assignment: Cultural Wedding Coverage Pye Jirsa Founding Partner of Lin and Jirsa Photography and SLR Lounge. Follow my updates on Facebook and my latest work on Instagram both under username @pyejirsa.