I love this type of photo to help show the environment of any San Francisco destination. We call this a walking shot and we basically just want our bride and groom to walk through the environment enjoying each other's company while looking around at the scenery. This picture was taken at the Palace of Fine Arts and occurred just shortly after their San Francisco City Hall wedding. We brought the newlyweds to this location in our car then proceeded to take them on a magical photo tour of the Palace. For this type of walking shot I feel like it makes it particularly effective if you use a wider angle lens. In this way, the viewer of the image gets to see what the bride and groom are seeing as they walk through the environment. To make the photo look even more natural, we asked the couple not to look at the camera and not to look at each other too much. After all, normally when you're walking you aren't staring at your companion. Instead, you are looking where you're going while viewing the beautiful scenery. In the photo above, we took the picture straight on with the couple walking towards us, but we also will do this photo with a couple walking away from us. This provides a couple of things…. First, you are able to see a different angle and different scenery, and second it allows you to see the back of the bride's wedding dress. Over the years, we have discovered that the more angles you can display of the wedding dress, the better! In addition, the movement in the dress provided by walking also shows different attributes of the gown that wouldn't have other wise been noticed. Trains move around the in the wind, veils blow up and out away from the bride and you see many different angles of the wedding dress. We will even have brave brides run with their dress on and that can really make things look amazing.