For those who are currently on the fence about digital quality and dependability, Colbért offers some gentle encouragement: "You had better get on board soon or be prepared to eat a little dust!"
Colbért shoots anywhere from 35 to 60 weddings each year. With the arrival of so many wedding photojournalists in the past couple of years, he feels it's more important for traditional photographers to show their distinctive advantages.
"To succeed in today's highly competitive wedding photography field, you have to strike a balance between being unobtrusive and accessible while having the skills of a traditional and technically proficient photographer," Colbért concludes.
As they rang out in A Chorus Line, "One moment in his presence and you can forget the rest, for this guy is second best to none."
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