Here is a shot I took from the window overlooking the street where I was staying. I had been invited to Paris by my friend Paul to come for my brother’s wedding – a December wedding. I was raised in France so I speak fluent French, and I still have a lot of my family still living there… No one (other than my friend Paul) knew I was coming, so it was a surprise. I brought my camera with me to photograph the wedding and I was waiting at the top of the stairs at the City Hall of the 11th Arrondissement, to greet my brother as he was walking up. It was like a Hollywood scene and we pulled off the surprise big time. It was so much fun! Weddings aren’t easy to shoot when there is no light in the room and I didn’t have my flash with me. What I did is put the ISO at 2500 or even 3000. But when people move (or if I move unintentionally) the focus goes out… sometimes that works, sometimes it doesn’t. But for weddings, it can be okay that everything is not totally in focus, because that way, it’s more of an action shoot. The next time I do a traditional wedding, I’ll post some so you all can see the difference.